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4th ministry of Sabia and Verona
|Date formed||1 October 2013|
|Date dissolved||1 April 2014|
|People and organizations|
|Head of government||Ann Stefanović|
|Head of state||King Ciprian|
|Member party||Initiative for Democracy, Roots Party|
|Status in legislature||Majority (coalition)|
|Opposition party||Unity Party|
|Opposition leader||Noa Dargany|
Ann Stefanović, who formed the Stefanović Cabinet, was Prime Minister of Sabia and Verona for 6 months from 1 October 2013 to 1 April 2014. She was elected at the September 2013 emergency election, called months after the failed self-coup attempt of Napoléon Bleuberrie and the inerim premiership of Rubén D. Hernández. It was succeeded by the Galieri cabinet, led by Léon Galieri who was elected at the March 2014 election. During Stefanović's premiership, the People's Cabinet of Sabia and Verona became the Royal Council of State following the introduction of the 2014 Constitution, and individual logos were adopted for each Ministry.
|Portfolio||Minister||Assumed office||Left office||Party|
|Premiership||Ann Stefanović||1 October 2013||1 April 2014||Initiative for Democracy|
|Regional Identity||Petyr Cohen||1 October 2013||1 April 2014||Roots Party|
|Education||José Valladolid||1 October 2013||1 April 2014||Initiative for Democracy|
|Home and Demographics||Gonzalo Salomé||1 October 2013||1 April 2014||Roots Party|
|Defense||Rubén D. Hernández||1 October 2013||1 April 2014||Independent|
|Environment||Ryam Piper||1 October 2013||1 April 2014||Roots Party|
|Economy||Donnel Seaworth||1 October 2013||1 April 2014||Roots Party|