List of Seneschals

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This is a list of all the Seneschals that have taken office since April of 1985/VI, when voters in the Kingdom of Talossa elected their first real democratic government and adopted a working constitution, the Constituziun. It was replaced in 1997 by its successor document, the Organic Law.

King Ben Era

To head the government of the fledgling democracy after the first election of 1985/VI, the King chose, with the consent of the Cosa, Ián von Metáiriâ as the country's first democratically confirmed Prime Minister.

Three distinct periods of time are recognizable:

  • the '80s, where power shifted between right-wing (PC, PV) and left-wing parties;
  • the '90s, dominated by the Progressive Conservatives;
  • the '00s, characterised by a new fracturing of the right, mostly between PC and MN, and the eventual downfall of King Ben.

Nevertheless, these governments share a number of similarities, such as various allegations of electoral fraud, including "Pocket votes", and the dominance of King Ben over the political process.

TEN COSA Seneschal Party Took office
1 1 1 Ián von Metáiriâ Talossan Nationalist Party (TNP) 3 May 1985
2 2 Florence Yarney Progressive Conservatives (PC) 5 June 1985
3 3 2 Frédéric Corïu Front Uni pour la Nation (FUN) 26 December 1985
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4 4 4 Weston J. Erni La Mhà Nheagrâ (MN) 26 September 1986
5 5 5 Danihel R. Lauriéir People United for No King 28 March 1987
6 6 6 Sandee Prachel Progressive Conservatives (PC) 15 August 1987
7 7 7 Robert J. Murphy Bob Fights Ticket (BFT) 7 February 1988
8 8 8 Thomas Buffone Progressive Conservatives (PC) 21 September 1988
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9 9 Jack Schneider 22 July 1989
10 Päts Vräts (PV)
10 Thomas Buffone 30 December 1989
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11 Danihel R. Lauriéir Peculiar Way (PW) 9 March 1990
10 12 J. Harrison Wozniak 16 March 1990
13 12 Weston J. Erni Progressive Conservatives (PC) 27 September 1990
14 13 Ián von Metáiriâ 20 April 1991
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15 15 Thomas Buffone Un-Named Party (UNP) 24 July 1992
16 16 Ián von Metáiriâ Progressive Conservatives (PC) 16 January 1993
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11 17 Gary Schwichtenberg 26 March 1994
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12 18 19 John McGarry 27 March 1995
13 19 20 Geoffrey Toumayan 15 September 1995
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14 20 Albrec'ht Mananséir 6 March 1997
15 21 Dale Morris 22 April 1997
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16 22 Dan Wardlow 19 January 1998
17 23 24 Tamorán dal Navâ 29 March 1998
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18 24 Michael Pope 18 May 1999
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19 25 Gödafrïeu Válcadác'h 25 June 2002
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20 26 32 Mximo Carbonel La Mhà Nheagrâ (MN) 11 November 2003
21 27 Xheralt Conâ Zefençadéirs del Päts Talossán (ZPT) 28 November 2003
28 Gödafrïeu Válcadác'h Progressive Conservatives (PC) 2 December 2003
22 29 Quedeir Castiglha La Mhà Nheagrâ (MN) 1 January 2004
30 33 Xheralt Conâ Zefençadéirs del Päts Talossán (ZPT) 17 June 2004
23 31 34 Marcus Cantaloûr La Mhà Nheagrâ (MN) 15 February 2005

Abdication Era

This period of time spans the seven years between King Ben's final abdication and Reunision. It is characterised by the dominance of two monarchist political parties: the CLP and the RUMP, the latter of which formed multiple majority governments from the 37th Cosa to the 44th Cosa.

TEN COSA Seneschal Party Took office Cabinet
24 32 35 Fritz von Buchholtz Conservative Loyalist Party (CLP) 20 August 2005 Von Buchholtz Cabinet
25 33 36   Samhuel Tecladeir 15 July 2006 Tecladeir Cabinet
26 34 37 Ma la Mha Restore and Uphold the Monarchy Party (RUMP) 18 April 2007 First la Mha Cabinet
38 Revitalisation Under the Monarch Party (RUMP) 20 January 2008 Second la Mha Cabinet
27 35 39 Ieremiac'h Ventrutx Remove Useless Ministers Party (RUMP) 23 October 2008 Ventrutx Cabinet
28 36 40 Iustì C. Canun Really Unpopular Majority Party (RUMP) 20 July 2009 Canun Cabinet
29 37 41 Alexandreu Davinescu Raßemblamaintsch Unusual dels Misfätsilor Pareßeis (RUMP) 21 April 2010 Davinescu Cabinet
30 38 42 Litz Cjantscheir Restent Uçind ár Mocts Previösen (RUMP) 18 January 2011 First Cjantscheir Cabinet
43 Restent Utramaßind els Muiteux Progreßíus (RUMP) 24 October 2011 Second Cjantscheir Cabinet

Reunision Era

These Prime Ministers served after the Reunision was concluded and the former Republic citizens first took part in the Kingdom's democratic process. This includes the period of time from 2014 onwards, when coalition governments became Talossa's new normal.

TEN COSA Seneschal Party Took office Cabinet Coalition Nominal majority
39 44th Ma la Mha Rexhalistaes Unificheschti per el Monarc'h es Popuis (RUMP) 19 July 2012 Third La Mha Cabinet RUMP majority government 108 - 92
31 40 Çesli da Chilseu 12 December 2012 Da Chilseu Cabinet
32 41 45th Txec R. dal Nordselva Royalists United for the Monarchy in Perpetuity (RUMP) 19 April 2013 Dal Nordselva Cabinet RUMP, IND 111 - 87
33 42 46th Glüc da Dhi Moderate Radical Party of Talossa (MRPT) 24 January 2014 Da Dhi Cabinet MRPT, ZRT, LPR 104 - 96
34 43 47th Lüc da Schir 19 September 2014 First Da Schir Cabinet MRPT, ZRT, LIB, PP 109 - 91
35 44 48th C. Carlüs Xheraltescu Free Democratic Alliance (FreeDem) 24 June 2015 Xheraltescu Cabinet FDA, MRPT, (TNC), PP 109 - 91
36 45 49th Sir Cresti M. Siervicül, UrN Raziunavalmint Üccitour Movamaintsch da Practicalità (RUMP) 28 March 2016 Siervicül Cabinet RUMP, MRPT, TNC 127 - 73
46 Lüc da Schir Moderate Radical Party of Talossa (MRPT) 1 January 2017
50th Second Da Schir Cabinet MRPT, FreeDems 126 - 74
51st Third Da Schir Cabinet 131 - 69
37 47 52nd Ian Plätschisch 29 July 2018 Plätschisch Cabinet 132 - 68