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The Government of Talossa is formed after each general election, at intervals of eight months or less. After the election, the political party or coalition of parties holding a majority of seats in the newly elected Cosa organizes a new government administration, recommending to the King a particular person for the office of Seneschal, or Prime Minister. The Seneschal appoints a cabinet of ministers to enact various functions specified in the Organic Law and in statutes (most particularly The Cabinet Refinishing Act). Typically, new Seneschals have left some of the offices vacant, or permitted the incumbents to retain their positions.

Full list of appointees

Note: Most of these are out of date

  • The Prime Ministry
    • Seneschal (Prime Minister) - The Most Honourable Lüc da Schir
    • Distain (Deputy Prime Minister) - The Right Honourable Miestrâ Schivâ, UrN
  • Ministry of Culture
    • Minister of Culture - The Right Honourable Dame Miestrâ Schivâ, UrN
    • Bureaus:
        • Büreu del Glheþ Talossan (Ladintsch Naziunal Sir Cresti Siervicül, UrN)
        • Wargames Bureau (National Gamemaster Dien Tresplet)
  • Ministry of Finance
    • Minister of Finance and Chairman of the Royal Bank & Post - The Right Honourable C. Carlüs Xheraltescù
    • Institutions and Boards:
      • The Royal Bank & Post - Ian da Bitour, President
      • The Royal Treasury Reserve Board:
        • Sir Cresti Siervicül, UrN
        • Sir Alexandreu Davinescu, UrN
        • S:reu Breneir Itravilatx
        • Sir X. Pol Briga, UrN
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs
    • Foreign Minister - Magniloqueu Épiqeu da Lhiun
    • The Ministry operates six continental embassies, whose Ambassadors-General are empowered to create embassies and appoint ambassadors to nations within these continents:
      • Ambassador-General to Africa: vacant
      • Ambassador-General to Asia: Béneditsch Ardpresteir
      • Ambassador-General to Australia and Oceania: vacant
      • Ambassador-General to Europe: vacant
      • Ambassador-General to North America: Davíu Lundescu
      • Ambassador-General to South America: vacant
    • The Ministry also maintains, through the embassies to each foreign nation, consulates where currency of that nation is exchanged for Talossan currency:
      • Talossan Consulate in Fredonia, Wisconsin, USA: Consul-General Baron Fritz von Buchholtz, UrN, Cin., S.H.
  • Ministry of the Interior
    • Minister of the Interior - Ian Plätschisch
      • Deputy Minister for Home Affairs - Vacant
        • Bureaus:
          • Bureau of Cestour Affairs -Empty, pending appointment.
          • Bureau of Provincial Affairs -Empty, pending appointment.
      • Deputy Minister for Immigration - Vacant
      • Bureaus, Agencies and Offices:
        • New Citizens' Committee
          • Glüc da Dhi, Chairman
      • Deputy Minister for Defence - Jeremy Davis
        • Bureaus, Branches, and Offices:
          • The Bureau of the Navy
          • Zouaves of the Royal Bodyguard (Captain of the Guard Sir Mick Preston, commissioned 28 May 2007)
          • Primary Intelligence Group (PIG). The identity of the Intelligence Director is concealed, although if you see anyone using the Talossan language to order a martini, shaken not stirred, please do not blow his cover.
          • Office of Private Adventurers. This office is the official clearing-house for all activities related to private adventures.
  • Ministry of STUFF
    • Minister of STUFF - The Right Honourable Glüc da Dhi
    • Bureaus:
      • Bureau of Social Publicity Administration and Management (SPAM)
  • Ministry of Justice
    • Attorney-General - The Right Honourable Viteu Marcianüs
      • Deputy - Magniloqueu da Lhiun

Current Cabinet

The Plätschisch Cabinet took office between July 29 and July 30 2018/XXXIX. It is the first cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Ian Plätschisch, a former Distain and Interior Minister. Marking the first time since 2013 that a party is able to lead more than two governments in a row, the Plätschisch Cabinet took over from the Third Da Schir Cabinet, whose leader Lüc da Schir announced he would not accept any post and enter a semi-retirement from national politics.

Unlike its predecessor, this Cabinet is a more marked departure from its previous iteration: for instance, the STUFF post, traditionally held by Moderate Radical ministers ever since the Da Dhi Cabinet, went to former Secretary of State Martì-Paìr Furxhéir, who last held the post fourteen years ago. Two other new Ministers will join Cabinet: Iac Marscheir, who briefly served as Finance Minister in the Second Da Schir Cabinet before pulling out for personal reasons, and Cresti Nouacastra-Läxhirescu, who debuts as Justice Minister. He will replace Viteu Marcianüs, who will abandon the post to serve solely as Distain, in a return to a more traditional arrangement where the Deputy Prime Minister does not manage another concurrent portfolio and focuses on legislative projects.

The government is projected to have a comfortable nominal Cosa majority of 64 (132-68). This is the highest in governments formed after Reunision.


Party key   Moderate Radicals
  Free Democrats
Plätschisch Cabinet
Portfolio Minister Term
Cabinet ministers
Prime Minister The Most Hon. Senator Ian Plätschisch 29 July 2018 - current
Deputy Prime Minister The Rt Hon. Viteu Marcianüs MC 29 July 2018 - current
Foreign Affairs Minister The Rt Hon. Txoteu É. Davinescu MC 29 July 2018 - current
Finance Minister The Rt Hon. C. Carlüs Xheraltescu MC 29 July 2018 - current
Attorney General
Justice Minister
The Rt Hon. Cresti Nouacastra-Läxhirescu MC 29 July 2018 - current
Interior Minister The Rt Hon. Iac Marscheir MC 29 July 2018 - 8 September 2018
The Rt Hon. Txoteu É. Davinescu MC 29 July 2018 - current
Culture Minister The Rt Hon. Miestrâ Schivâ, UrN MC 29 July 2018 - current
STUFF Minister The Rt Hon. Martì-Paìr Furxhéir MC 29 July 2018 - current
Cabinet level appointees
Acting Foreign Affairs Minister Flip Molinar 20 September 2018 - current
Co-interim Interior Minister Eiric S. Börnatfiglheu MC 16 September 2018 - current