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Portrait Name
Honorifics
Term of office

Electoral mandates
Other offices held
while Prime Minister
Political party Government
No-profile2.jpg Senator
Leon Williamson
21 August
2012
12 October
2012
– Senator
– Special Adviser to the Monarch
Green
Williamson Caretaker I
(All parties)
August 2012
Williamson
Regarded as the first First Minister in the modern sense. Initially appointed by the Monarch as head of a unity government but immediately pushed for national elections, which he won as leader of the Green Party in the wake of the opposition Dharma Party's withdrawal. Oversaw the so-called "development era" and initiated a period of Green Party dominance in Nollandish politics. Resigned after failing to transfer more powers from the Monarch to the Senate.
No-profile2.jpg Senator
Jack Baines
17 October
2012
21 October
2012
– Senator
Green
Baines
October 2012 (I)
Led the Green Party to a slim majority in the election called after Williamson's resignation, in the face of a loosely aligned "Royalist coalition" composed of numerous independent candidates. Faced a rebellion from within his own party due to his perceived indifference towards his office. Forced to resign by Monarch in the face of a pending no-confidence vote. Famously First Minister for only four days.
No-profile2.jpg Senator
Leon Williamson
21 October
2012
23 October
2012
– Senator
– Special Adviser to the Monarch
Green
Williamson Caretaker II
 —
Formed a caretaker government at the request of the Monarch. Held office for only a single Senate meeting before passing the office to new Green leader Richard Hytholoday.
Prospero pic.jpg Senator
Richard Hytholoday
23 October
2012
23 October
2012
– Senator
Green
Hytholoday Caretaker II
 —
Famously First Minister for less than an hour. Resigned after pressure from the Senate.
Oficial Portrait.JPG Senator
Arthur Lobão
26 October
2012
16 November
2012
– Senator
Liberal Socialist
Lobão
October 2012 (II)
First non-Green FM.