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{{The Leftist Assembly}}

Latest revision as of 23:36, 13 June 2020

Government Branches
Executive Cabinet
Legislature General Assembly
Judiciary Supreme Court
The Cabinet of
The Leftist Assembly
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Overview
Branch Executive
Leader Secretary
Membership Secretary,
Minister of Foreign Affairs,
Minister of Information,
Minister of Recruitment,
Other appointed roles

The Cabinet is the executive branch of The Leftist Assembly. It consists of the Secretary and all of their appointed Ministers or deputies.

The Secretary's term lasts for three months, with elections commencing at the start of March, June, September and December, while the Ministers are appointed by the Secretary and confirmed by citizens in individual confidence votes.

This body advises the Secretary as relevant to each member's designated portfolio, assists the Secretary in their responsibilities, and enforces the laws enacted by the General Assembly.

History

Formation

The Separate Cabinet legislative package was proposed by Greylyn, Llorens, and Uan aa Boa in the 14th General Assembly, with a referendum passing 43-1 on 2 August 2019, and two subsequent statute law amendments passed by the General Assembly, 7-0. As per its changes, an executive Cabinet was formally created, to be lead by the elected Secretary and consisting of their appointed and confirmed Ministers, deputies, or other desired portfolios. This made the executive and legislative branches entirely distinct, where the General Assembly has previously performed many of the functions of the Cabinet.

Minister of Information

The Minister of Information legislative package was proposed by Nottinhaps in the 15th General Assembly, with a referendum passing 31-5 on 19 November 2019, and two subsequent statute law amendments passed by the General Assembly, 7-0. As per its changes, the Minister of Information became a mandated position within the Cabinet in addition to the Ministers of Foreign Affairs and Recruitment. This increased the minimum size of the Cabinet to four members.

Terms

Term Election
1st Argentigrad September 2019
1st Llorens December 2019
2nd Llorens March 2020
1st Greylyn June 2020