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Chancellor of Gristol-Serkonos
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Incumbent
Kaniehtí:io Fox
since November 3, 2019
StyleThe Right Honourable (formal)
Chancellor (informal)
AbbreviationPM
Member ofRoyal Privy Council
High Council
Parliament
Reports toMonarchs
Parliament
Residence10 Stephenson Street
SeatOffice of the Chancellor and the Privy Council
AppointerThe Monarchs of Gristol-Serkonos
Term lengthAt the Monarchs' pleasure
Constituting instrumentNone (constitutional convention)
Formation01 July 1867
SalaryNS$456,329
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The Office of the Chancellor and the Privy Council at 80 Hawthorne Avenue
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The Residence of the Chancellor at 10 Stephenson Street

The Chancellor of Gristol-Serkonos is the head of government and heads the High Council. The current, 25th Chancellor of Gristol-Serkonos is Kaniehtí:io Fox, leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of Gristol-Serkonos following the 2019 Federal Elections. Chancellors in Gristol-Serkonos are styled "The Right Honourable," a privilege maintained for life.

The Chancellor is in charge of the Office of the Chancellor. The chancellor also chooses the ministers who make up the High Council. The two groups, with the authority of the Parliament of Gristol-Serkonos, manage the Government of Gristol-Serkonos and the Royal Gristo-Serkonan Armed Forces. The High Council and the Chancellor appoints governor generals of crown lands, federal court judges, and heads of state corporations and government agency administrators. Under the 1925 Constitution, all these powers are actually vested in the monarchs of Gristol-Serkonos and can overrule the decisions of the chancellor and the High Council.

The office of the chancellor exists only as per long-established convention, as it is not outlined in any constitutional document. The monarchs must select as Chancellor the person most likely to command the confidence of the elected Chamber of Representatives; this individual is typically the leader of the political party that holds the largest number of seats in that chamber.


List of Chancellors of Gristol-Serkonos since the Union

Portrait Name
Constituency
Term of office Political party Government Election
or
Appointment
Took office Left office Duration High Council Status in Legislature
1 Edmund James Flynn.png Nicolas Tekanatokin-Hernández
Skahnéhtati 3rd District, Kanehsatà:ke
01 July 1867 11 November 1873 2319 days National Coalition
(named leader in 1867)
Title created (caretaker government)
1st Gristo-Serkonan Ministry (Post 1867 Election)
Tekanatokin-Hernández I Government
Parliamentary Majority
(1st Parliament)
1867
Parliamentary Majority
(2nd Parliament)
1872
Previously the Prime Minister of the Grand Duchy of Serkonos. Established the Federal Administered District around the city of Pontiac-Bernadotte. First Chancellor of Gristol-Serkonos of Ottonian-Kahnawà꞉ke descent.
2 Edward Blake.jpg Xavier Arosen
Donnaconna 1st District, Serkonos
7 November 1873 8 October 1878 1735 days Socialist Front
(named leader in 1870)
2nd Gristo-Serkonan Ministry
Arosen I Government
Parliamentary Majority
(3rd Parliament)
1873
Creation of the United Kingdom Supreme Court, Establishment of the Royal Military College; Created the office of the Auditor General. Defeated in the 1878 elections over proposal for free trade with Belfras.
3 LouisHenryDavies.jpg Ignace Giasson
Cavignac 5th District, Valois
17 October 1878 6 June 1891 4676 days National Coalition
(named leader in 1875)
3rd Gristo-Serkonan Ministry
Giasson I Government
Parliamentary Majority
(4th Parliament)
1878
Parliamentary Majority
(5th Parliament)
1882
Parliamentary Majority
(6th Parliament)
1887
4th Gristo-Serkonan Ministry
Giasson II Government
Parliamentary Majority
(7th Parliament)
1891
Died in office.
4 Ernest Drury.jpg Auger Sauvageau
Mirvaux-Herbignac District, Valois
16 June 1891 24 November 1892 527 days National Coalition
(Interim Leader)
5th Gristo-Serkonan Ministry
Sauvageau I Government
Appointment
(7th Parliament)
1891
Interim Leader of the National Coalition, resigned after election of Thorstein Lunde.
5 Arthur Sturgis Hardy.jpg Thorstein Lunde
Halden District, Nordeidet
5 December 1892 12 December 1894 737 days National Coalition
(named leader in 1892)
6th Gristo-Serkonan Ministry
Lunde I Government
Appointment
(7th Parliament)
1892
Resigned after the Northern Frontier Rebellions.
6 William Hearst.jpg Serge Leclerc
Alincourt District, Valois
21 December 1894 27 April 1896 493 days National Coalition
(named leader in 1894)
7th Gristo-Serkonan Ministry
Leclerc I Government
Appointment
(7th Parliament)
1894
Minister without portfolio. Resigned due to declining health.
7 Louis-Olivier Taillon.jpg Alix Gosselin
Aureille District, Valois
1 May 1896 8 July 1896 68 days National Coalition
(Interim Leader)
9th Gristo-Serkonan Ministry
Gosselin I Government
Appointment
(7th Parliament)
1896
8 Arthur Peters.jpg Bragi Sigurd
Monstad District, Aalen
11 July 1896 6 October 1911 5503 days Socialist Front
(named leader in 1893)
10th Gristo-Serkonan Ministry
Sigurd I Government
Parliamentary Majority
(8th Parliament)
1896
Parliamentary Majority
(9th Parliament)
1900
Parliamentary Majority
(10th Parliament)
1904
Parliamentary Majority
(11th Parliament)
1908
Announced resignation effective at end of his term.
9 John Jones Ross2.jpg Meine Hoekstra
Verwolde 2nd District, Jouwer
10 October 1911 10 July 1920 3257 days Socialist Front
(named leader in 1911)
11th Gristo-Serkonan Ministry
Hoekstra I Government
Parliamentary Majority
(12th Parliament)
1911
Parliamentary Majority
(13th Parliament)
1915
Parliamentary Majority
(14th Parliament)
1919
Ousted from office following a leadership review by the Socialist Front.
10 Louis-Alexandre Taschereau2.jpg Baishan Horn
Merkesvik 8th District, Peistorpet
10 July 1920 29 December 1921 537 days Socialist Front
(named leader in 1919)
12th Gristo-Serkonan Ministry
Horn I Government
Appointed
(15th Parliament)
1920
Interim leader of the Socialist Front
11 Simon-Napoléon Parent.jpg Dragan Mlakar
Kruiningen-Rydland District, Drachten
29 December 1921 28 June 1926 1642 days Socialist Front
(named leader in 1921)
13th Gristo-Serkonan Ministry
Mlakar I Government
Appointed
(16th Parliament)
1921
Parliamentary Minority
(17st Parliament)
1925
12 Adelard Godbout portrait.jpg Ferdinand Perko
Ossernenon 10th District, Kanatsiohareke
29 June 1926 25 September 1926 92 days National Coalition
(named leader in 1923)
14th Gristo-Serkonan Ministry
Perko I Government
Parliamentary Minority
(18th Parliament)
1926
Defeated in a motion of no-confidence following the handling of the Battle at Hawk Hill, the largest labour uprising.
14 Maurice Duplessis, 1938.png Leon Novak
Bijsteren North District, Jouwer
25 September 1926 7 August 1930 1412 days Socialist Front
(named leader in 1925)
15th Gristo-Serkonan Ministry
Novak I Government
Parliamentary Majority
(19th Parliament)
1926
Third government elected in three years.
14 Bundesarchiv B 145 Bild-P001512, Franz Blücher 2.jpg Anaïs Palomer
Borsholmen-Lier District, Gristol
7 August 1930 23 October 1934 1795 days National Coalition
(named leader in 1929)
16th Gristo-Serkonan Ministry
Palomer I Government
Coalition Government
NC-DU-PPF-PC
(20th Parliament)
1930
Retired from politics after one term.
15 Ottowelsportait.jpg Kai Dijkstra
Utstrand District, Gristol
23 October 1934 15 November 1950 5198 days National Coalition
(named leader in 1934)
17th Gristo-Serkonan Ministry
Djikstra I Government
Coalition Government
NC-DU-PPF-PC
(21st Parliament)
1934
Coalition Government
NC-DU-PPF-PC
(22nd Parliament)
1938
18th Gristo-Serkonan Ministry
Djikstra II Government
Coalition Government
NC-DU-PC
(23rd Parliament)
1942
Coalition Government
NC-DU-PC
(24th Parliament)
1946
16 John G. Diefenbaker.jpg Adrian Thorne
Drachten PR Seat (1946-1952)
Oetken 7th District (1953-1969)
15 November 1950 20 April 1968 6366 days Progressive Conservative
(named leader in 1948)
19th Gristo-Serkonan Ministry
Thorne I Government
Parliamentary Minority
(25th and 26th Parliaments)
1950
1953
Parliamentary Majority
(27th, 28th, 29th Parliaments)
1956
1960
1964
Currently the longest serving Chancellor of Gristol-Serkonos.
17 Pierre Trudeau (1975).jpg Arke Rijnders
Wesseler-Putkop District, Jouwer
20 April 1968 3 March 1977 3239 days Social Democrats
(named leader in 1966)
20th Gristo-Serkonan Ministry
Rijnders I Government
Parliamentary Minority
(30th Parliament)
1968
Parliamentary Majority
(31st Parliament)
1972
Parliamentary Minority
(32nd Parliament)
1976
18 JoeClark.jpg Mark Hawthorn
Lyone 18th District
4 June 1977 3 April 1978 303 days Progressive Conservative
(named leader in 1975)
21st Gristo-Serkonan Ministry
Hawthorne I Government
Parliamentary Minority
(34th Parliament)
1978
Defeated in a motion of no-confidence on first budget.
19 Jay-silverheels-01.png Brian Kariwase
Deseronto 9th District
3 March 1978 30 June 1993 5598 days Progressive Conservative
(named leader in 1978)
22nd Gristo-Serkonan Ministry
Kariwase I Government
Parliamentary Minority
(35th Parliament)
1984
23rd Gristo-Serkonan Ministry
Kariwase II Government
Parliamentary Majority
(36th, 37th Parliaments)
1986
1990
First Chancellor to lead a party with over 50% of the total seats. Resigned due to the Morgenroete Scandal in 1993.
20 Mizuho Fukushima.jpg Toshiko Miki
Griswald 12th District
30 June 1993 4 November 1993 127 days Progressive Conservative
(Interim Leader)
24th Gristo-Serkonan Ministry
Miki I Government
Appointed
Interim Government
(38th Parliament)
1993
First Gristo-Serkonan Chancellor of Enyaman descent. Defeated and lost her seat in the 1993 election. Previously served as Minister of Justice in the previous Kariwase government.
21 Takeo Miki cropped 2 Takeo Miki 19741209.jpg Jean Watanabe
Garafraxa 3rd District
4 November 1993 12 December 2003 3690 days Social Democrats
(named leader in 1990)
25th Gristo-Serkonan Ministry
Watanabe I Government
Parliamentary Minority
(39th Parliament)
1993
26th Gristo-Serkonan Ministry
Watanabe II Government
Parliamentary Majority
(40th and 41st Parliaments)
1997
27th Gristo-Serkonan Ministry
Watanabe III Government
2000
Previously served as Leader of the Official Opposition.
22 Jean-Pierre Raffarin par Claude Truong-Ngoc 2013 (cropped).jpg Cyprien Olivier
Oetken 1st District
12 December 2003 6 February 2006 787 days Social Democrats
(named leader in 2003)
28th Gristo-Serkonan Ministry
Olivier I Government
Appointed
Interim Government
(42nd Parliament)
2003
Parliamentary Minority
(43rd Parliament)
2004
Served as finance minister in the previous Watanabe government.
23 Atená-ti ArcherGS.jpg Atená:ti Archer
Tkaronto 6th District
6 February 2006 4 November 2015 3558 days Social Democrats
(named leader in 2006)
29th Gristo-Serkonan Ministry
Archer I Government
Parliamentary Minority
(44th, 45th, 46th Parliaments)
2006
2008
2011
Died in office following the 2015 election.
24 Édouard Philippe 2019 (cropped).jpg Stuart Lewis
Verkun 9th District
4 November 2015 3 November 2019 1460 days Social Democrats
(named leader in 2015)
30th Gristo-Serkonan Ministry
Lewis I Government
Appointed
Coalition Government
SDP-ML-GRN-DSB
(47th Parliament)
2015
31st Gristo-Serkonan Ministry
Lewis II Government
Coalition Government
SDP-ML-GRN-DSB
(48th Parliament)
Led the first coalition government in recent years.
25 KaniehtiioFox.png Kaniehtí:io Fox
Donnaconna 14th District
3 November 2019 Incumbent 1670 days Progressive Conservative
(named leader in 2017)
32nd Gristo-Serkonan Ministry
Fox I Government
Parliamentary Majority
(49th Parliament)
2019
Parliamentary Minority
(50th Parliament)
2023
First Progressive Conservative Chancellor in 26 years.