Prime Ministers of Great Morstaybishlia

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The prime minister of Great Morstaybishlia is the head of the Government of Great Morstaybishlia, and chair of the Morstaybishlian Cabinet. Following King Thadeus II signing the Great Charter of the Liberties in August 1917, an elected parliament was first formed which established the position of prime minister as head of government. Orson Klarass, who led the government of Morstaybishlia for over five years from 1917 to 1922 was the first prime minister, but the longest-serving prime minister by definition was Ian Crowcasa, who served the position for over fourteen years from 1961 until 1975.

The position of prime minister is applied only to head of states in the Kalmington System, and does not retrospectively apply to Lord High Steward, the lead role in the Treasury that were appointed by the authority of the Crown prior to 1917. The Lord High Steward was previously considered the first of the Great Offices of State and was appointed or dismissed at will by the incumbent sovereign.

From 1917

  Podite (9)   Progress (9)   Civic (4)   Liberal (4) 
Order Title
Prime Minister
Office
(Birth–Death)
Term of office & mandate
Duration in years and days
Ministerial offices
held as prime minister
Party Government Monarch
(Reign)
1 photograph The Profound Estimable
Orson Klarass
MP for Kalmington, Bursil
(1882–1981)
11 October
1917
10 October
1924
1917
  • First Lord of the Treasury
  • Minister for the Civil Service
Podite Klarass
Thadeus II
1917—1967
7 years
2 photograph The Profound Estimable
Alton Kresjarl
MP for Karagow, Rouanezkador
(1877–1934)
10 October
1924
24 July
1926
1924
  • First Lord of the Treasury
  • Minister for the Civil Service
Liberal Kresjarl
1 year and 288 days
3 photograph The Profound Estimable
Frederick Alderman
MP for Laiaton, Bursil
(1872–1939)
24 July
1926
1 August
1928
1926
  • First Lord of the Treasury
  • Minister for the Civil Service
Podite Alderman-Nasserethe
(Pod.-Civ.)
2 years and 9 days
4 photograph The Profound Estimable
Wilton Lavel
MP for Lucarin, Durayn
(1857–1934)
1 August
1928
28 April
1932
1928
  • First Lord of the Treasury
  • Minister for the Civil Service
Liberal Lavel
3 years and 272 days
5 photograph The Profound Estimable
Benjamin Baltassar
MP for Fennerdorn, Redrugus
(1874–1945)
28 April
1932
17 January
1935
1932
  • First Lord of the Treasury
  • Minister for the Civil Service
Podite Baltassar I
1934 Baltassar II
2 years and 265 days
6 photograph The Profound Estimable
Kirus Guivarch
MP for North Prosperior
(1885–1939)
17 January
1935
6 June
1939
1935
  • First Lord of the Treasury
  • Minister for the Civil Service
Progress Guivarch
4 years and 141 days
7 photograph The Profound Estimable
Berowalt Staves
MP for Mellser North, Rouanezkador
(1886–1949)
6 June
1939
4 February
1942
  • First Lord of the Treasury
  • Minister for the Civil Service
Staves I
1940 Staves II
2 years and 244 days
8 photograph The Profound Estimable
Alec Lanx
MP for North Pastel, Rouanezkador
(1898–1967)
4 February
1942
17 September
1942
1942
  • First Lord of the Treasury
  • Minister for the Civil Service
Liberal Lanx I
226 days
9 photograph The Profound Estimable
Berowalt Staves
MP for Mellser North, Rouanezkador
(1886–1949)
17 September
1942
23 June
1943
1942
  • First Lord of the Treasury
  • Minister for the Civil Service
Progress Staves III
280 days
10 photograph The Profound Estimable
Alec Lanx
MP for North Pastel, Rouanezkador
(1898–1967)
23 June
1943
22 June
1950
1943
  • First Lord of the Treasury
  • Minister for the Civil Service
Liberal Lanx II
7 years
11 photograph The Profound Estimable
Leroy Marvant
MP for Laiaton, Bursil
(1910-1993)
22 June
1950
1 March
1955
1950
  • First Lord of the Treasury
  • Minister for the Civil Service
Progress Marvant
4 years and 253 days
12 photograph The Profound Estimable
Melvin Krassady
MP for Rudicore, Kasidura
(1915-1967)
1 March
1955
21 June
1957
  • First Lord of the Treasury
  • Minister for the Civil Service
Krassady
2 years and 113 days
13 photograph The Profound Estimable
Everett Glasgore
MP for Wurser, Bursil
(1897-1979)
21 June
1957
20 June
1964
1957
  • First Lord of the Treasury
  • Minister for the Civil Service
Civic Glasgore
7 years
14 photograph The Profound Estimable
Ian Crowcasa
MP for West Abingdon, Celidizia
(1920–1993)
20 June
1964
16 May
1975
1964
  • First Lord of the Treasury
  • Minister for the Civil Service
Podite Crowcasa I
1967 Crowcasa II
Edwin IV
1967—1991
1970 Crowcasa War
10 years and 331 days
15 photograph The Profound Estimable
Delores Gastrell
MP for Cavenhelm
(1918-1981)
16 May
1975
23 August
1977
1975
  • First Lord of the Treasury
  • Minister for the Civil Service
Civic Gastrell
2 years and 100 days
16 photograph The Profound Estimable
Nancy Jarsdel
MP for Werzhañgris, Rouanezkador
(born 1932)
23 August
1977
20 October
1981
  • First Lord of the Treasury
  • Minister for the Civil Service
Jarsdel
4 years and 59 days
17 photograph The Profound Estimable
Donald Kreitser
MP for Rherton, Verhana
(1914-1994)
20 October
1981
12 March
1985
1981
  • First Lord of the Treasury
  • Minister for the Civil Service
Progress Kreitser
3 years and 144 days
18 photograph The Profound Estimable
Robert Delari
North Montinay and Salternay
(born 1914-2003)
12 March
1985
6 May
1991
1985
  • First Lord of the Treasury
  • Minister for the Civil Service
Civic Delari I
1990 Delari II
6 years and 56 days
19 photograph The Profound Estimable
Rupert Sinkasa
MP for Sant Argantel
(1920-2012)
6 May
1991
22 March
1996
1991
  • First Lord of the Treasury
  • Minister for the Civil Service
Podite Sinkasa-Bishop
(Pod.-Lib.)

Lambertus VII
1991—present
4 years and 322 days
20 photograph The Profound Estimable
Aveline Tharen
MP for Delgravia West
(born 1941)
22 March
1996
6 December
1996
  • First Lord of the Treasury
  • Minister for the Civil Service
Tharen-Bishop
(Pod.-Lib.)
260 days
21 photograph The Profound Estimable
Arzhel Dillow
MP for Glaver and Humpare
(born 1939)
6 December
1996
5 May
1998
  • First Lord of the Treasury
  • Minister for the Civil Service
Dillow-Bishop
(Pod.-Lib.)
1 year and 151 days
22 photograph The Profound Estimable
Verlhanz Rothgerus
MP for Banaslow, Fort Jubrayn
(born 1920)
5 May
1998
4 May
2005
1998
  • First Lord of the Treasury
  • Minister for the Civil Service
Progress Rothgerus
7 years
23 photograph The Profound Estimable
Walter Johannes
MP for Monneharrigon
(born 1971)
4 May
2005
27 February
2019
2005
  • First Lord of the Treasury
  • Minister for the Civil Service
Podite Johannes I
2012 Johannes II
2014 Johannes-Hague
(Pod.-Farmer U.)
2017 Johannes IV
13 years and 300 days
24 photograph The Profound Estimable
Franklin Barvata
MP for Cavenhelm
(born 1968)
27 February
2019
23 September
2021
2019
  • First Lord of the Treasury
  • Minister for the Civil Service
Progress Barvata I
2021 Barvata II
2 years and 209 days
25 photograph The Profound Estimable
Riannar Karmer
MP for Wurser, Bursil
(born 1947)
23 September
2021
12 July
2022
  • First Lord of the Treasury
  • Minister for the Civil Service
Karmer-Saudaran
(Pro.-Civ.)
293 days
26 photograph The Profound Estimable
Franklin Barvata
MP for Cavenhelm
(born 1968)
12 July
2022
Incumbent
  • First Lord of the Treasury
  • Minister for the Civil Service
Barvata-Saudaran
(Pro.-Civ.)
1 year, 273 days
Title
Prime Minister
Office
(Birth–Death)
Term of office & mandate Ministerial offices Party Government Monarch
(Reign)

Living former officeholders

As of March 2021, there are six living former Morstaybishlian prime ministers. The most recent to die was Rupert Sinkasa, on 8 June 2012.

See also