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First Sullivan ministry
Flag of Baustralia.svg
2020-
Nick Sullivan, 2018 pattern naval photo.jpg
Date formed6 April 2020 (2020-04-06)
People and organisations
Head of stateJohn I,
Monarch
Head of governmentNick Sullivan,
Prime Minister
Member partyConservative Party
Status in legislatureMajority
Opposition cabinetSecond Day shadow cabinet
Burgardt shadow cabinet
Opposition partyGrand Union of Leftist Parties
Opposition leaderEmily Day
Charles Burgardt
History
PredecessorThird Timpson ministry

Nick Sullivan formed the Sullivan ministry on 6 April 2020, after being invited by King John I to form the fourth government and the defeat of Sir John Timpson in the 2020 Conservative Party of Baustralia leadership election. The ministry, a Conservative majority government is the fifth ministry after the appointing of John Timpson as the 1st Prime Minister.

2020

The 2020 government went through 4 reshuffles in two weeks due to the Persona Non Grata (McGrath) Act, the Paloma (Citizenship) Act, and the Baustralian Civil War all reducing the Parliament from 21 seats to 12 seats. The current government is considered the only official government since the appointment of Nick Sullivan, with the others considered un-official. A very cut-and-dry ministry, it was critiqued by Aidan McGrath as uncaring from the multiple removals of Members of Parliament[1], removal of Aidan McGrath[2], and removal of all citizenship from Paloman citizens should they choose not to rescind their Paloman citizenship[3]. He also stated it was a conspiracy to raise the power of the Conservatives in the Parliament of Baustralia[4].

The Parliament of Baustralia also stated that during the premiership of John Timpson, 78 Acts of Parliament were assented to, averaging to 26 Acts a year. During the premiership of Aidan McGrath, 2 Acts of Parliament were assented to, and during the premiership of Nick Sullivan, 56 Acts of Parliament were assented to.

Members of Cabinet

Sullivan Cabinet
Portfolio Minister Term
Cabinet ministers
Prime Minister
Lord High Treasurer
Secretary of State for Communications
RAdm The Rt Hon Nick Sullivan MP 2020–present
Deputy Prime Minister
Secretary of State for the Colonies
Adm The Rt Hon Sir Dr John Timpson KG GBE CKB OW CStG DVex ADC(P) MP 2020–present
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs VAdm The Rt Hon Sir Harrison Pickles KG MP 2019–present
Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs WO The Rt Hon Kyle Simpson MP 2020–present
Secretary of State for Justice OS The Rt Hon Oliver Doig MP 2020–present
Secretary of State for the Economy
Secretary of State for the Environment LtGen The Rt Hon Emily Parker MP 2020–present
Speaker of the House of Commons Col The Rt Hon Greg Watts MP 2020–present
Secretary of State for Routes Col The Rt Hon Kanyon Paradis MP 2020–present

April 2020

Sullivan Cabinet
Portfolio Minister
Cabinet ministers
Prime Minister
Lord High Treasurer
Secretary of State for Communications
RAdm The Rt Hon Nick Sullivan MP
Deputy Prime Minister
Secretary of State for the Baustralian Antarctic Territory
Adm The Rt Hon Sir Dr John Timpson KG GBE CKB OW CStG DVex ADC(P) MP
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs
Secretary of State for Justice
VAdm The Rt Hon Sir Harrison Pickles KG MP
Secretary of State for the Economy
Secretary of State for Whiskey Islands
WO The Rt Hon Kyle Simpson MP
Secretary of State for Edstmae OS The Rt Hon Oliver Doig MP
Secretary of State for the Environment
Secretary of State for Ostreum
LtGen The Rt Hon Emily Parker MP
Speaker of the House of Commons WO The Rt Hon Greg Watts MP
Secretary of State for Routes OS The Rt Hon Chase Lameroux MP
Secretary of State for the Secret Service Gdsm The Rt Hon Kanyon Paradis MP
Secretary of State for Wangatangia WO The Rt Hon Jacob Linkie MP

References

  1. "Parliament (Activity) Act". 3 John 1 c. 50. Parliament of Baustralia[dead link].
  2. "Persona Non Grata (McGrath) Act". 3 John 1 c. 48. Parliament of Baustralia[dead link].
  3. "Paloma (Citizenship) Act". 3 John 1 c. 54. Parliament of Baustralia[dead link].
  4. McGrath, Aidan (16 April 2020). "Baustralia: McGrath removed for "wasting money" say's new PM and more to come". PBN News.