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Second Bleuberrie cabinet
|Second Bleuberrie Cabinet|
3rd ministry of Sabia and Verona
|Date formed||1 June 2013|
|Date dissolved||1 October 2013|
|People and organizations|
|Head of government||Napoléon Bleuberrie (until 25 July 2013)|
Rubén D. Hernández (from 25 July 2013)
|Head of state||King Ciprian|
|Member party||Socialist Party, Unity Party, Roots Party, Initiative for Democracy|
|Status in legislature||National unity government mandated by the Karasal Treaty|
|Opposition party||None (C, D and Roots de facto)|
|Opposition leader||Graham Müntz|
|Legislature term(s)||3rd Courts|
The second Bleuberrie cabinet was formed when Napoléon Bleuberrie was elected for the second time as Prime Minister of Sabia and Verona following the May 2013 general election. Unlike Bleuberrie's first cabinet, this particular handful of ministers counted with members of different parties, including the Socialist Party (of which Bleuberrie was leader), the Unity Party, the Roots Party (originally the Strawberry Party) and the Initiative for Democracy. It counted with six ministries and the Prime Minister's office.
The cabinet was unofficially dismissed and replaced with the authority of the Commission for the Preservation of Democracy when Bleuberrie attempted to organize a self-coup with the support of the Land Army and failed. However it continued to hold de jure power as there were no precedents for the situation, and the cabinet technically remained in office until 1 October 2013, when the Stefanović Cabinet took office. During this two-month period, the cabinet was de jure headed by Rubén D. Hernández as Prime Minister.
|Portfolio||Minister||Assumed office||Left office||Party|
|Premiership||Napoléon Bleuberrie||1 January 2013||25 July 2013||Socialist Party|
|Rubén D. Hernández||25 July 2013||1 October 2013||Non-partisan|
|Regional Identity||Carla Mora||1 June 2013||1 October 2013||Unity Party|
|Education||Léon Galieri||1 June 2013||1 October 2013||Socialist Party|
|Home and Demographics||Dovedán Pashor||1 June 2013||1 October 2013||Socialist Party|
|Defense||Boris Tovinski||1 June 2013||1 October 2013||Socialist Party|
|Environment||Apollo Cerwyn||1 November 2012||1 October 2013||Roots Party|
|Economy||Ann Stefanović||1 June 2013||1 October 2013||Initiative for Democracy|