Von Buchholtz Cabinet
Fritz von Buchholtz was appointed Seneschal by the Uppermost Court on 20 August 2005, as an emergency response to the exodus of Robert I and most of his loyalists, including the previous Prime Minister, Marcus Cantalour.
The Cabinet represented a mostly clean break with the past; the exceptions being Quedeir Castiglha, formerly a member of the Black Hand who joined the CLP, and Weston Erni, who represented Robert I's interests in Erni v. Talossa, after which he faded into inactivity and dropped out.
This was the first Cabinet to feature the post of Finance Minister, a post whose tasks was previously performed by the non-Cabinet Burgermeister of Inland Revenue, either informally or as a statutory position, and whose authority was at that time derived by its dual office as the Chairman of the Royal Bank and Post; and this was also the last Cabinet with a Wargames Minister, a role often seen in the Ben Era.
|Party key||Conservative Loyalist Party|
|Random Unilateral Movement Party|
|Prime Minister||The Most Hon. Fritz von Buchholtz MC|
|Deputy Prime Minister||The Rt. Hon. Ma la Mha MC|
|Foreign Affairs Minister ||The Rt Hon. Samuhel Tecladeir MC|
Chairman of the Royal Bank & Post
|The Rt Hon. Javier Gold|
|The Rt Hon. Quedeir Castiglha MC|
|Immigration Minister||The Rt Hon. Corrine de Winter MC|
|Defence Minister||The Rt Hon. Joe Clark|
|The Rt Hon. Trotxâ Betiñéir MC|
|Culture Minister ||The Rt Hon. Victor Idowu|
|STUFF Minister ||The Rt Hon. Don Deutschmann MC|
|Also attending Cabinet|
|Women's Affairs Minister ||The Rt Hon. Maureen O'Hara MC|
|Wargames Minister||The Rt Hon. Weston Erni|
|The Rt Hon. Jason Buchholtz|