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[[Alexandreu Davinescu]]'s first and only Cabinet came into office on 25 April 2010 and the few following days. It was largely a continuation of the previous [[Canun Cabinet]], where Davinescu had served as Deputy Prime Minister.
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[[Alexandreu Davinescu]]'s first and only Cabinet came into office on 25 April 2010 and the few following days.
  
 
The cabinet's nominations were shadowed by a row between some members of the [[RUMP]] and of the opposition [[PP]], as [[Flip Molinar]] and [[Éovart Grischun]] refused to be appointed respectively as Home and as Culture Minister, portfolios which they acted as spokesmen for in the PP; the parties were embroiled in a bitter electoral campaign during the [[April 2010 General Election]]. As Molinar stated he didn't want to work for the RUMP, his comments were heavily criticized by two "hawks" in the RUMP, Senator Bradley Holmes and Secretary of State [[Mick Preston]]. Fellow Progressive [[Dréu Gavárþic'h]] went on to accept the STUFF portfolio regardless.
 
The cabinet's nominations were shadowed by a row between some members of the [[RUMP]] and of the opposition [[PP]], as [[Flip Molinar]] and [[Éovart Grischun]] refused to be appointed respectively as Home and as Culture Minister, portfolios which they acted as spokesmen for in the PP; the parties were embroiled in a bitter electoral campaign during the [[April 2010 General Election]]. As Molinar stated he didn't want to work for the RUMP, his comments were heavily criticized by two "hawks" in the RUMP, Senator Bradley Holmes and Secretary of State [[Mick Preston]]. Fellow Progressive [[Dréu Gavárþic'h]] went on to accept the STUFF portfolio regardless.
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It was largely a continuation of the previous [[Canun Cabinet]], where Davinescu had served as Deputy Prime Minister; Canun and Davinescu swapped places, Hooligan and Holmes kept their portfolios, Attorney-General Patrick Woolley was reappointed with some delay and Cjara Brainerd was moved to Culture.
  
 
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| <small>The Rt Hon.</small> Lord '''[[Hooligan]]''' <small>MC</small>
 
| <small>The Rt Hon.</small> Lord '''[[Hooligan]]''' <small>MC</small>
| 25 April 2010 - 29 January 2011
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| 29 August 2009 - 23 July 2012
 
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| [[Ministry of Home Affairs|Home Affairs Minister]]
 
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| <small>The Rt Hon.</small> <small>Senator</small> '''[[Brad Holmes|Bradley C. Holmes]]'''
 
| <small>The Rt Hon.</small> <small>Senator</small> '''[[Brad Holmes|Bradley C. Holmes]]'''
| 25 April 2010 - 29 January 2011
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| 20 February 2009 - 19 April 2013
 
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| [[Ministry of Culture|Culture Minister]]
 
| [[Ministry of Culture|Culture Minister]]

Latest revision as of 14:50, 5 August 2019

Alexandreu Davinescu's first and only Cabinet came into office on 25 April 2010 and the few following days.

The cabinet's nominations were shadowed by a row between some members of the RUMP and of the opposition PP, as Flip Molinar and Éovart Grischun refused to be appointed respectively as Home and as Culture Minister, portfolios which they acted as spokesmen for in the PP; the parties were embroiled in a bitter electoral campaign during the April 2010 General Election. As Molinar stated he didn't want to work for the RUMP, his comments were heavily criticized by two "hawks" in the RUMP, Senator Bradley Holmes and Secretary of State Mick Preston. Fellow Progressive Dréu Gavárþic'h went on to accept the STUFF portfolio regardless.

It was largely a continuation of the previous Canun Cabinet, where Davinescu had served as Deputy Prime Minister; Canun and Davinescu swapped places, Hooligan and Holmes kept their portfolios, Attorney-General Patrick Woolley was reappointed with some delay and Cjara Brainerd was moved to Culture.

Party key   RUMP
  Progressive Party
Davinescu Cabinet
Portfolio Minister Term
Cabinet ministers
Prime Minister The Most Hon. Alexandreu Davinescu MC 25 April 2010 - 29 January 2011
Deputy Prime Minister The Rt. Hon. Senator Iustì C. Canun 25 April 2010 - 29 January 2011
Foreign Affairs Minister Vacant - overseen by the Seneschal 25 April 2010 - 29 January 2011
Finance Minister The Rt Hon. Danihel Z. Forestal 25 April 2010 - 15 October 2010
Attorney General
Justice Minister
Vacant - overseen by the Seneschal 25 April 2010 - 24 May 2010
The Rt Hon. Prince Patrick Woolley 24 May 2010 - 29 January 2011
Immigration Minister The Rt Hon. Lord Hooligan MC 29 August 2009 - 23 July 2012
Home Affairs Minister The Rt Hon. Senator Ieremiac'h Ventrutx 25 April 2010 - 29 January 2011
Defence Minister The Rt Hon. Senator Bradley C. Holmes 20 February 2009 - 19 April 2013
Culture Minister The Rt Hon. Cjara Brainerd MC 29 April 2010 - 29 January 2011
STUFF Minister The Rt Hon. Dréu Gavárþic'h MC 25 April 2010 - 29 January 2011