Vice-President of the Republic of Ashukovo
|Vice-President of the Republic of Ashukovo
|Style||Mr. Vice President |
(In international correspondence)
|Residence||No official residence|
|Appointer||President of the Republic of Ashukovo|
|Term length||At the President's pleasure|
|Inaugural holder||Manolis Afentoulis|
|Formation||29 January 2017|
|Final holder||Noël Sallier|
|Abolished||1 May 2020|
|Republic of Ashukovo|
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The Vice-President of the Ashukov Federation is a legislative and executive officer in the Republic of Ashukovo. He is appointed by the President and performs Presidential tasks whenever they cannot be fulfilled by the President himself. The office came to replace the position of Prime Minister in early 2017.
Origin and history
The office of Vice-President was established on January 29, 2017 by President Edward Jacobs, with the purpose of assisting the President in establishing the Second Federation. Albeit a temporary position at first, it became permanent after the Second Constitution was adopted.
The Vice-President was granted some of the late Prime Ministerial powers, such as presiding over the upper house of the Council of the Federation - the House of Territories. As a consequence, the office of Prime Minister was dissolved. The first appointed Vice-President was Manolis Afentoulis.
On April 5, 2020, following the establishment of the Republic of Ashukovo, the office of Vice-President underwent major reforms.
Powers and duties
The Vice-President is a mandatory member of the Council of Ministers whose executive authority is on par with the Ministers. The President may delegate some of his powers through a Presidential Decree to the Vice-President.
The Vice-President is ranked second in the succession line to the Presidency.
Timeline of Vice-Presidents
|National Liberty (2) Conservative (1)|
|1||29 January 2017
25 June 2017
|Tsar||Conservative||1||Edward Jacobs||Simultaneously served as the Minister of Culture and Minister of Foreign Affairs.|
|2||25 June 2017
12 January 2018
|President||National Liberty||1||Jacob Huff||Simultaneously served as Minister of Foreign Affairs.|
Office vacant between January 12, 2018 and April 5, 2020
|3||5 April 2020
1 May 2020
|President||National Liberty||1||Edward Jacobs|