Premier of Paretia

Premier of Paretia
Premiê da Paretia(Luzelese)
Primero De Paretia (Esmeiran)
Premier De Paretia (Tosuton)
Premeira De Paretia (Vicisan)
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Incumbent
Isilda Cerqueira

since 11 August 2020
StyleMr./Mrs. Premier (formal)
Premier (informal)
Member ofCabinet · State Council · National Security Council
Reports toMonarch of Paretia and the Senado da Paretia
ResidencePrimavera Palace, Precea
SeatPrecea
NominatorPolitical Parties
AppointerMonarch of Paretia
Appointed by monarch after an election and government is formed
Term lengthNo Term Limits
In Office as long as they have support in the legislature

The Premier of Paretia (Luzelese: Premiê da Paretia; Esmeiran: Primero De Paretia; Vicisan: Premeira De Paretia; Tosuton: Premier De Paretia), officially known as the President of the Council of Ministers of The United Kingdom of Paretia (Luzelese: Presidente do Conselho de Ministros do Reino Unido da Paretia; Esmeiran: Presidente del Consejo de Ministros del Reino Unido de Paretia; Vicisan: Presidente do Consello de Ministros do Reino Unido de Paretia; Tosuton: President del Consell de Ministres del Regne Unit de Paretia), is the chief advisor to the Monarch of Paretia and the head of government of Paretia. This office holds power in both the executive and legislative branches as the head of the Council of Ministers. The office is accountable to the Monarch, the Senado da Paretia and their political parties.

(WIP - HISTORY OF THE OFFICE, CREATION IN 1833)

The premier is appointed by the Monarch after a general election or a resignation or any other creation of a vacancy in the office. The leader of the majority of the Senado da Paretia is appointed to the office and is tasked with the formation of a government with the responsibility to lead Paretia.

The official residence of the Premier of Paretia is the large and magnificent Primavera Palace, located in the district of Bandeira Roxa in Precea.

Naming Conventions

History

Appointment

Roles

Benefits

Living Former Premiers

List

(WIP)

First United Kingdom (1833-1935)

Premier Term of office Affiliation Monarch
1 Francisco Martínez de la Rosa (Museo del Prado).jpg Silvio Lourenço
1759–
1848
1 October 1833

14 September 1846
Moderate Party of Paretia Xavier II
Renatus
2 Miguel Ricardo de Álava.jpg Josué Sapateiro
1794–
1860
14 September 1836

20 August 1839
Republican Reformists Renatus
3 Joaquim António de Aguiar.jpg Oscar Alves
1789–
1865
20 August 1839

2 March 1842
Moderate Party of Paretia Renatus
Roberta I
4 D. Pedro de Sousa Holstein, 1º Duque de Palmela - Domingos Sequeira.jpg Duarte Costa-Ilharco
1799–
1872
2 March 1842

11 February 1846
Traditionalist Party of Paretia Roberta I
5 Retrato do Duque da Terceira.jpg Roberto Evangelista
1799–
1872
11 February 1846

13 October 1850
Progressive-Liberals of Paretia Roberta I
6 Juan Bravo Murillo (Museo del Prado).jpg Afonso Castanheiro
1801–
1870
13 October 1850

6 June 1853
Traditionalist Party of Paretia Roberta I
7 Baldomero Espartero.jpg Ruy Sousa
1807–
1875
6 June 1853

12 March 1855
Traditionalist Party of Paretia Roberta I
8 Ramón María Narváez (cropped).jpg André Noronha
1807–
1875
12 March 1855

29 May 1864
Traditionalist Party of Paretia Roberta I
9 El capitán general Francisco Serrano, duque de la Torre.jpg Cláudio Amorim
1807–
1875
29 May 1864

1 June 1867
Progressive-Liberals of Paretia Roberta I
Xavier III
10 F. de Madrazo - 1879, Nicolás Salmerón (Congreso de los Diputados, Madrid, 131 x 96 cm).jpg Albí Arrufat
1811–
1873
1 June 1867

9 December 1868
Traditionalist Party of Paretia Xavier III
11 Juan de Zavala c.1860.jpg Sandinho Abreu
1810–
1885
9 December 1868

4 August 1874
Traditionalist Party of Paretia (1868-1869)
Independent (1869-1874)
Xavier III
12 General Joaquin Jovellar y Soler painting.jpg Ricardo Del Toro
1819–
1892
4 August 1874

2 July 1877
Progressive-Liberals of Paretia Xavier III
13 Arsenio Martínez Campos 1879 (cropped).jpg Tristão Magalhães
1824–
1887
2 July 1877

1 June 1880
Radicals of Paretia Xavier III
14 José de Posada Herrera.jpg Ambrósio Aguiar
1819–
1889
1 June 1880

13 August 1882
Traditionalist Party of Paretia Xavier III
15 Cánovas Madrazo.jpg Teófilo Fonseca
1825–
1889
5 July 1882

13 August 1888
Progressive-Liberals of Paretia Xavier III
Lazarus
16 Práxedes Mateo Sagasta. Pintado por Casado del Alisal en 1884.jpg Galisco Corte-Real
1827–
1900
13 August 1888

14 August 1894
Traditionalist Party of Paretia Lazarus
17 Teófilo Braga (1915) - Fotografia Vasques, Lisboa (Museu da Presidência da República).png Túlio Serras
1845–
1911
14 August 1894

4 September 1911
Liberal National Resurrection Movement Lazarus
18 Count of Romanones Bassano.png Joaquim Capela
1856–
1926
4 September 1911

11 August 1912
Liberal National Resurrection Movement Lazarus
19 Mallendesalazar.jpg Marquinhos Vieirado
1856–
1923
11 August 1912

1 May 1916
National Conservative Party Lazarus
20 João de Canto e Castro da Silva Antunes (Arquivo Histórico Parlamentar).png José Monteiro
1857–
1925
1 May 1916

13 July 1922
Civil Congress Lazarus
Roberta II
21 José Vicente de Freitas.JPG Duarte Bonifacio
1869–
1934
13 July 1922

1 August 1925
National Conservative Party Roberta II
22 Antonio Jose Almeida 1919 cropped.jpg Xulio Sousa
1872–
1936
1 August 1925

7 November 1925
Democratic Party of Paretia Roberta II
23 JoseAntonioFEJONS.jpg Carlito Palmeira
1898–
1935
7 November 1925

XX XX 1935
New Nation of Paretia Party Roberta II

Second United Kingdom (1946-)

Premier Term of office Affiliation Monarch
24 General Francisco Higino Craveiro Lopes, Presidente de Portugal.tif Augusto Gama-Castro
1899–
1964
3 November 1946

7 August 1947
Transitionary Junta (Independent) Tiago V
25 Antonio Salazar-1.jpg Martim Albuquerque
1902–
1978
7 August 1947

30 August 1953
Catholic Democracy Party Tiago V
Pio II
26 (Colección Cabildo de Gran Canaria) Carrero Blanco en Gando.jpg Dário Varejão
1923–
1979
30 August 1953

28 May 1959
Paretian Labour Party Pio II
27 Marcello José das Neves Alves Caetano, Primeiro-ministro português.tif Leonel Freitas
1919–
1970
28 May 1959

6 July 1963
People's Front Pio II
28 Mr. Manuel Fraga Iribarne (Spaanse minister), Bestanddeelnr 914-8477 (cropped).jpg Danilo Abril
1930–
1986
30 July 1963

1 August 1969
Catholic Democracy Party Pio II
29 António de Spínola (1974).png Caetano Ribeira Da Vila
1928–
2001
1 August 1969

11 August 1972
People's Front Pio II
30 Mário Soares par Claude Truong-Ngoc 1978.png Eugênio Dantas
1927–
2003
1 August 1972

11 August 1975
Paretian Labour Party Pio II
31 TimoteoCabral.jpg Timoteo Cabral
1939–
1988
11 August 1975

11 August 1981
Conservative Union Pio II
Erasmo
32 Soledad-becerril-ministra-democracia3-710x1024.jpg Manuela Morais
1951–
11 August 1981

12 August 1984
Liberals of Paretia Erasmo
33 Adolfo Suárez recibe al secretario general de Convergencia Democrática de Cataluña. Pool Moncloa. 16 de marzo de 1978 (cropped).jpeg Martí Solaries
1959–
12 August 1984

9 August 1990
Conservative Union Erasmo
34 Felipe González 1990 (cropped).jpg Julío Pires
1940–
2012
9 August 1990

9 August 1999
Social Democrats Erasmo
35 RODRIGO RATO RT-8 01.JPG Eduardo de Santa Maria
1952–
9 August 1999

12 August 2002
Social Democrats Erasmo
36 (José María Aznar) EPP Summit 4 December 2003 Paris (cropped).jpg Marcelo Simões
1959–
12 August 2002

9 August 2008
Conservative Union Erasmo
37 Presidente de España Rodríguez Zapatero en el Senado en marzo de 2011 (cropped).jpg Felipe Pascoal
1960–
9 August 2008

11 August 2011
Social Democrats Erasmo
38 Manuel Chaves 2010 (cropped).jpg Vasco Gonçalves
1956–
11 August 2011

11 August 2020
Conservative Union Erasmo
39 (Isabel Díaz Ayuso) Reunión del Grupo Parlamentario Popular en la Asamblea de Madrid.jpg Isilda Cerqueira
1979–
11 August 2020
Independent (2020-2021)
Patron League (2021-)
Erasmo