Samuhel Tecladeir was appointed Prime Minister on 20 July 2006, replacing Fritz von Buchholtz, for which he served as Foreign Minister. He was sworn in over the phone by Regent Greg Rajala on 1 August 2006, in in the presence of von Buchholtz, Justices Danihel Laurieir and Ian von Metairia and special guest from the Republic Art Verbotten.
Tecladeir recited the Oath of Office in the Talossan language.
Most Cabinet appointments were made on 11 August, except Culture, on 28 August. The posts of Wargames Minister and Women's Equalities Minister were not reappointed; thus, albeit with the lack of the post of Home Affairs Minister, this Cabinet has almost reached the ten offices composition that would be enshrined into law by the Cabinet Refinishing Act.
|Party key||Conservative Loyalist Party|
|Random Unilateral Movement Party|
|Prime Minister||The Most Hon. Samuhel Tecladeir MC||20 Jul 2006 - 18 Apr 2007|
|Deputy Prime Minister||The Rt. Hon. Ma la Mha MC||11 Aug 2006 - 19 Apr 2007|
|Foreign Affairs Minister||The Rt Hon. Ián da Bitoûr MC||11 Aug 2006 - 19 Apr 2007|
| Finance Minister
Chairman of the Royal Bank & Post
|The Rt Hon. Nikü Spyropoulos||11 Aug 2006 - 19 Apr 2007|
| Attorney General
|The Rt Hon. Patrick Woolley MC||11 Aug 2006 - 19 Apr 2007|
|Immigration Minister||The Rt Hon. Corrine de Winter MC||11 Aug 2006 - 19 Apr 2007|
|Defence Minister||The Rt Hon. Trotxâ Betiñéir MC||11 Aug 2006 - 19 Apr 2007|
|Culture Minister||The Rt Hon. Hans-Jürgen von Knappe||28 Aug 2006 - 19 Apr 2007|
|STUFF Minister||The Rt Hon. Joseph Oliver Walkland MC||11 Aug 2006 - 19 Apr 2007|