First Barvata ministry

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First Barvata ministry
Barvata in 2019
Date formed27 February 2019 (2019-02-27)
Date dissolved1 April 2021 (2021-04-01)
People and organisations
MonarchLambertus VII
Prime MinisterFranklin Barvata
Prime Minister's history2019-present
First SecretaryRiannar Karmer
Member party
  •   Progress Party
Status in legislatureMajority
904 / 1,794
Opposition cabinetAse Shadow Cabinet
Wardola Shadow Cabinet
Opposition parties
Opposition leader
History
Election(s)2019 general election
PredecessorFourth Johannes ministry
SuccessorSecond Barvata ministry

The first Barvata ministry was formed following the Progress Party electoral victory in the 2019 general election, ousting the Principles from government after nearly fourteen years in opposition. Franklin Barvata was invited by King Lambertus VII to form a new administration. Upon office, Barvata was the youngest Progress prime minister for over 37 years, starting his term at 51 years old. The ministry dissolved and was replaced by the Second Barvata ministry following the 2021 Great general election.

History

Barvata reshuffled his cabinet on 27 August 2019; Nickolas Berinson, Rick Convaster, Stephanie Morlund and Bertha Penn all left the government. Edmund Stockman retired from cabinet and parliament in January 2020 and was replaced by Stephanie Goziro. Barvata reshuffled his cabinet again on 14 September 2020; Liona Bolshever, Katherine Jateman, Arthur Patrick-Johannes and Luther Dipoma all left the government. Nellie Hermin resigned from the cabinet in November 2019 after an argument with the prime minister surrounding the factionalisation of the Labour Party, who was shortly replaced by Arlin Klements.

The ministry began with a 910 seat majority in government. In October 2020 Barvata removed the whip from 6 Progress MPs who voted against the Anti Terrorism Bill, reducing their working majority to 904 seats[1].

Cabinets

February 2019 - August 2019

Portrait Minister Portfolio Term
Great Offices of State
Franklin Barvata
Prime Minister of Great Morstaybishlia
First Lord of the Treasury
Minister for the Civil Service
2019-present
Riannar Karmer
First Secretary of State
2019-present
Samminel Doros
Chancellor of the Exchequer
2019-2021
Horace Lanx
Secretary of State
for the Home Department
2019-2021
Other cabinet ministers
Edmund Stockman
Minister for the Cabinet Office
2019
Janietta Rubis
Secretary of State
for Foreign and Overseas Territory Affairs
2019-2020
Mikhail Sankuda
Secretary of State
for Defence
2019-2021
Liona Adebowale
Lord Chancellor
Secretary of State
for Justice
2019-2020
Katherine Jateman
Secretary of State
for Health and Social Care
2019-2020
Nickolas Berinson
Secretary of State
for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
2019
Douglas Leovar
Secretary of State
for International Trade
President of the Board of Trade
MBE Export Finance
2019-present
Rick Convaster
Secretary of State
for Work and Pensions
2019
Florence Wills
Secretary of State
for Education
2019-2021
Arthur Patrick-Johannes
Secretary of State
for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
2019-2020
Stephanie Morlund
Secretary of State
for Housing, Communities and Local Government
2019
Bertha Penn
Secretary of State
for Transport
2019
Mary Calthia
Secretary of State
for International Development
Minister for Women and Equalities
2019-present
Fredmund Constantine
Secretary of State
for Caltharus
2019-2021
Nellie Hermin
Secretary of State
for South Staynes
2019-2020
Luther Dimopa
Secretary of State
for Jusdelva
2019-2020
Arthur Peater
Leader of the House of Peers
Lord Privy Seal
2019-present
Jerry Blossom
Secretary of State
for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
2019-2021

Changes

  • On 27 August 2019 Cabinet was reshuffled. Nickolas Berinson, Rick Convaster, Stephanie Morlund and Bertha Penn all left the government.

August 2019 - September 2020

Portrait Minister Portfolio Term
Great Offices of State
Franklin Barvata
Prime Minister of Great Morstaybishlia
First Lord of the Treasury
Minister for the Civil Service
2019-present
Riannar Karmer
First Secretary of State
2019-present
Samminel Doros
Chancellor of the Exchequer
2019-2021
Horace Lanx
Secretary of State
for the Home Department
2019-2021
Other cabinet ministers
Edmund Stockman
Minister for the Cabinet Office
2019
Stephanie Goziro
2019-present
Janietta Rubis
Secretary of State
for Foreign and Overseas Territory Affairs
2019-2020
Ron Wehrasbi
2020-present
Mikhail Sankuda
Secretary of State
for Defence
2019-2021
Liona Adebowale
Lord Chancellor
Secretary of State
for Justice
2019-2020
Katherine Jateman
Secretary of State
for Health and Social Care
2019-2020
Carrolan Benzin
Secretary of State
for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
2019-present
Douglas Leovar
Secretary of State
for International Trade
President of the Board of Trade
MBE Export Finance
2019-present
Jemima Rainhart
Secretary of State
for Work and Pensions
2019-present
Florence Wills
Secretary of State
for Education
2019-2021
Arthur Patrick-Johannes
Secretary of State
for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
2019-2020
Benjarn Marble
Secretary of State
for Housing, Communities and Local Government
2019-present
Anne Faete
Secretary of State
for Transport
2019-present
Mary Calthia
Secretary of State
for International Development
Minister for Women and Equalities
2019-present
Fredmund Constantine
Secretary of State
for Caltharus
2019-2021
Nellie Hermin
Secretary of State
for South Staynes
2019-2020
Luther Dimopa
Secretary of State
for Jusdelva
2019-2020
Arthur Peater
Leader of the House of Peers
Lord Privy Seal
2019-present
Jerry Blossom
Secretary of State
for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
2019-2021

Changes

  • On 15 January 2020, Edmund Stockman resigned from his post of Minister for the Cabinet Office after an inquiry found he broke Ministerial Code. His vacancy was filled by Stephanie Goziro, and her vacancy as Parliamentary Secretary for the Cabinet Office was replaced by Rebecca Vison.
  • On 25 January 2020 the prime minister removed Janietta Rubis from her post of Secretary of State for Foreign and Overseas Territory Affairs for poor handling of the The Lion of Taren Incident and replaced her with Ron Wehrasbi.
  • On 14 September 2020 Cabinet was reshuffled. Liona Adebowale, Katherine Jateman, Arthur Patrick-Johannes and Luther Dipoma all left the government.

September 2020 - April 2021

Portrait Minister Portfolio Term
Great Offices of State
Franklin Barvata
Prime Minister of Great Morstaybishlia
First Lord of the Treasury
Minister for the Civil Service
2019-present
Riannar Karmer
First Secretary of State
2019-present
Samminel Doros
Chancellor of the Exchequer
2019-2021
Horace Lanx
Secretary of State
for the Home Department
2019-2021
Other cabinet ministers
Stephanie Goziro
Minister for the Cabinet Office
2020-present
Ron Wehrasbi
Secretary of State
for Foreign and Overseas Territory Affairs
2020-present
Mikhail Sankuda
Secretary of State
for Defence
2019-2021
Lonnie Rosenward
Lord Chancellor
Secretary of State
for Justice
2020-2021
Robert Lannet
Secretary of State
for Health and Social Care
2020-2021
Carrolan Benzin
Secretary of State
for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
2019-present
Douglas Leovar
Secretary of State
for International Trade
President of the Board of Trade
MBE Export Finance
2019-present
Jemima Rainhart
Secretary of State
for Work and Pensions
2019-present
Florence Wills
Secretary of State
for Education
2019-2021
Ghenner Yarmer
Secretary of State
for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
2020-2021
Benjarn Marble
Secretary of State
for Housing, Communities and Local Government
2019-present
Anne Faete
Secretary of State
for Transport
2019-present
Mary Calthia
Secretary of State
for International Development
Minister for Women and Equalities
2019-present
Fredmund Constantine
Secretary of State
for Caltharus
2019-2021
Arlin Klements
Secretary of State
for South Staynes
2020-2021
Pevance Sfiso Kind
Secretary of State
for Jusdelva
2020-present
Arthur Peater
Leader of the House of Peers
Lord Privy Seal
2019-present
Susie Melton
Secretary of State
for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
2021-present

Changes

  • Nellie Hermin resigned from her post as Secretary of State for South Staynes after disagreement with the cabinet on their views over South Staynish devolution. Her vacancy was replaced by Arlin Klements, and his position as Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for South Staynes was replaced by David Wildred.
  • Jerry Blossom transferred to the Home Office as Minister of State for Immigration. His vacancy was filled with Susie Melton, who had served the position between 1998 and 2001.

References

  1. MBC, 13th October 2020. Parliament passes the controversial Anti-Terrorism Bill. https://forum.theeastpacific.com/mbc-t3205-s90.html#p237593