Darnan Cyras government

Darnan Cyras government
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1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th federal government of Gylias
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Date formed2 January 1958
Date dissolved5 March 1976
People and organisations
Head of state
Head of governmentDarnan Cyras
Deputy head of governmentAliska Géza (1958–1975)
No. of ministers
Member parties1958–1962: 1962–1976:
Status in legislature
  • Majority coalition
  • (minority in Senate)
Opposition parties1958–1962:
1962–1969:
1969–1976:
History
Election(s)
PredecessorFree Territories
SuccessorAén Ďanez government

The Darnan Cyras government was the first federal government of Gylias. It was headed by Prime Minister Darnan Cyras, and comprised 4 cabinets between 1958 and 1976.

Initially, the cabinet was known as the Executive Committee of Gylias, with Darnan as its Chair. Following the adoption of the Constitution of Gylias in 1961, it was officially known as the Cabinet.

The government oversaw the transition from the Free Territories to Gylias, and the Golden Revolution. As the first federal government of Gylias, it set important precedents regarding cabinets' stability and responsibilities.

Notable government members included two siblings (Rin Tōsaka and Sakura Tōsaka, sharing the education portfolio), a father and daughter (transport minister Kōichi Nishida and minister without portfolio Makiko Nishida), and the youngest minister in Gylian history (Eoni Nalion, taking office aged 24). Significant supporting figures outside the government included the ferroses, Freeman sisters, Cherry Cook and Jenny Taylor.

Cabinets

  • First Darnan Cyras Cabinet: 2 January – 28 April 1958
  • Second Darnan Cyras Cabinet: 28 April 1958 – 1 February 1962
  • Third Darnan Cyras Cabinet: 1 February 1962 – 1 February 1969
  • Fourth Darnan Cyras Cabinet: 1 February 1969 – 5 March 1976

Legislature status

Election Chamber of Deputies Senate
1958
248 / 300 (83%)
N/A
1962
154 / 285 (54%)
179 / 400 (45%)
1969
146 / 285 (51%)
174 / 400 (44%)

Party composition

8
4
3
3
2
3
3
2
2
2
1
2

Members

Portfolio Portrait Minister Party Term
Prime Minister DarnanCyras.jpg Darnan Cyras 2 January 1958 – 5 March 1976
  • Deputy Prime Minister
  • Minister of Economy
  • Minister of Finance
AliskaGéza(small).jpg Aliska Géza 2 January 1958 – 26 December 1975 ϴ
Minister of Agriculture Huriye Öniz.jpg Sesi Liol
  • Independent
  • PA
2 January 1958 – 5 March 1976
Minister of Communications and Broadcasting LouiseSchneider(small).jpeg Louise Schneider 2 January 1958 – 5 March 1976
Minister of Culture EoniNalion(small).jpg Eoni Nalion
2 January 1958 – 5 March 1976
Minister of Defense AnnHarman(small).jpg Ann Harman 2 January 1958 – 5 March 1976
Minister of Economy Eriáş Ḑes 26 December 1975 – 5 March 1976
Minister of Education and Research RinTōsaka(small).jpg Rin Tōsaka
2 January 1958 – 5 March 1976
SakuraTōsaka(small).jpg Sakura Tōsaka
2 January 1958 – 5 March 1976
Minister of Energy JurōTatewaki(small).jpg Jurō Tatewaki 2 January 1958 – 5 March 1976
Minister of Equality and Integration ClarissaRossetti(small).jpg Clarissa Rossetti 2 January 1958 – 5 March 1976
Minister of Finance Rēka Mēsāroş 26 December 1975 – 5 March 1976
Minister of Foreign Affairs NeóreRouraþ(small).jpg Neóre Rouraþ 2 January 1958 – 1 February 1962
ErikaĎileş(small).jpg Erika Ďileş 1 February 1962 – 5 March 1976
Minister of Health RégineWalras(small).jpg Régine Walras
2 January 1958 – 5 March 1976
Minister of Housing and Urban Planning EyseLáuşa(small).jpg Eyse Láuşa 2 January 1958 – 5 March 1976
Minister of Interior Affairs and Public Security AkaneTsunemori(small).jpg Akane Tsunemori 2 January 1958 – 5 March 1976
Minister of Intelligence Services Seð Lautaş 2 January 1958 – 5 March 1976
Minister of Justice JustinaMendonçaFerreira(small).jpg Justina Mendonça Ferreira
2 January 1958 – 5 March 1976
Minister of Labour Nilde Iotti daticamera 1987.jpg Filomena Graziano 2 January 1958 – 5 March 1976
Minister of Planning and Development AliskaGéza(small).jpg Aliska Géza 2 January 1958 – 1 February 1962
TheophaniaArgyris(small).jpg Theophania Argyris
1 February 1962 – 5 March 1976
Minister of the Public Sector JulieLegrand(small).jpg Julie Legrand 2 January 1958 – 5 March 1976
Minister of Public Works EðeSaima(small).jpg Eðe Saima 2 January 1958 – 5 March 1976
Minister of Regional Coordination and Development SaeChabashira(small).jpg Sae Chabashira 2 January 1958 – 5 March 1976
Minister of Regulation LunaSilva(small).jpg Luna Silva
2 January 1958 – 5 March 1976
Minister of Rationing NeelieophetMensink(small).jpg Neelie op het Mensink 2 January 1958 – 1 November 1961
Minister of Resource and Land Administration 1 November 1961 – 5 March 1976
Minister of Science and Technology Souþi Cáus 2 January 1958 – 5 March 1976
Minister of Sport LiljaKjellberg(small).png Lilja Kjellberg 2 January 1958 – 5 March 1976
Minister of Social Security and Protection BirgitEckstein(small).jpg Birgit Eckstein 2 January 1958 – 5 March 1976
Minister of Tourism ÉmelineBissonnette(small).jpg Émeline Bissonnette 2 January 1958 – 5 March 1976
Minister of Trade and Commerce SytepanAndriaḑe(small).jpg Sytepan Andriaḑe 2 January 1958 – 5 March 1976
Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure Kakuei Tanaka cropped 2 Kakuei Tanaka 19720707.jpg Kōichi Nishida 2 January 1958 – 5 March 1976
  • Minister without portfolio
  • (responsibility for LGBT issues)
TinaJørgensen(small).jpg Tina Jørgensen 2 January 1958 – 5 March 1976
  • Minister without portfolio
  • (responsibility for youth issues)
MakikoNishida1974(small).jpg Makiko Nishida
  • Independent
  • LU
1 February 1969 – 5 March 1976