1st Argentigrad Cabinet

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1st Argentigrad Cabinet
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Leadership
Secretary Argentigrad
Vice-Secretary Greylyn
Dates
Start 14 September 2019
End 14 December 2019

The 1st Argentigrad Cabinet was formed from the election of the Secretary at the September 2019 election. This consisted of the Secretary, and their appointed deputy Vice-Secretary, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Minister of Information, and Minister of Recruitment, and each served a three-month term from September to December 2019.

The final members of the 1st Argentigrad Cabinet were Secretary/Minister of Information Argentigrad, Vice-Secretary Greylyn, Minister of Foreign Affairs Hecknamistan, and Minister of Recruitment The Final Horseman.

Kavagrad served temporarily as the Minister of Apocalyptic Affairs during the N-Day and Z-Day events in late September and October respectively. Dawtania resigned as Minister of Foreign Affairs on 23 November due to time constraints.

Members

Date
Event
14 September
General election
22 September
Cabinet confirmed
6 November
MoAA dismissed
23 November
Dawtania resigned
Secretary Argentigrad
Vice-Secretary - Greylyn
Minister of Apoc. Affairs - Kavagrad -
Minister of Foreign Affairs - Dawtania Hecknamistan*
Minister of Information - Argentigrad
Minister of Recruitment - The Final Horseman

* As the vacancy occurred within 21 days of the next general election, Secretary Argentigrad appointed the new member without a confirmation vote.

Confirmations

The following are the results of the confidence votes on Secretary Argentigrad's initial appointees to the Cabinet:

Position Appointee Result
Vice-Secretary Greylyn 26-3
Minister of Apocalyptic Affairs Kavagrad 28-1
Minister of Foreign Affairs Dawtania 23-6
Minister of Information Argentigrad 24-5
Minister of Recruitment The Final Horseman 28-1

As a result, all five appointees were confirmed to their posts.

Opinion polls

Secretary

The question asked was: How satisfied are you with the leadership of Secretary Argentigrad?

Poll source Date(s) administered Sample size Margin of error Results
Very satisfied Somewhat satisfied Unsure/neutral Somewhat unsatisfied Very unsatisfied Net
Unity Statistics 28 Oct–30 Oct 2019 28 ±17.4% 71% 25% 4% +67%
Unity Statistics 30 Oct–2 Nov 2019 30 ±16.7% 53% 40% 7% +46%
Unity Statistics 7 Nov–10 Nov 2019 32 ±16.1% 25% 28% 44% 3% 0% +50%
Unity Statistics 14 Nov–17 Nov 2019 35 ±15.3% 37% 20% 40% 3% 0% +54%
Unity Statistics 24 Nov–27 Nov 2019 33 ±15.9% 30% 18% 45% 6% 0% +42%

Miscellaneous

The question asked was: How should individual Ministers be selected for Cabinet?

Poll source Date(s) administered Sample size Margin of error Results
Directly elected by citizens Appointed by the Secretary and approved by citizens Appointed by the Secretary and approved by the General Assembly Appointed by the Secretary without any further approvals
Unity Statistics 14 Nov–17 Nov 2019 36 15.1% 31% 50% 14% 6%

The question asked was: How should Ministerial roles be chosen?

Poll source Date(s) administered Sample size Margin of error Results
All bound by law; Secretary does not choose any roles Some bound by law; Secretary can choose to create more Some specified by law, but not bound by it; Secretary can choose to create more None bound by law; Secretary must choose all roles
Unity Statistics 14 Nov–17 Nov 2019 36 15.1% 19% 47% 31% 3%

The question asked was: Would you consider running for an elected regional office?

Poll source Date(s) administered Sample size Margin of error Results
Yes No Unsure
Unity Statistics 24 Nov–27 Nov 2019 33 15.9% 36% 30% 33%