|Governor-General of the|
United Governorates of Cobura
|Residence||Corona Palace (Sharba)|
|Nominator||House of Representatives's Parties|
|Appointer||The Coburan people|
|Term length||36 months|
|First holder||Domiano Corona (acting)|
|Final holder||Samira Zwazi Mehjad|
|Deputy||Lieutenant Governor-General of Cobura|
The Govenor-General of Cobura (Ĝenerala Guberniestro de Kobura) was the elected Head of State position in Cobura. It ued to be the highest ceremonial office in Coburan politics, and is responsible for the protection of the Coburan Constitution. The office of Governor-General was established on February 1, 4317 by a coalition of the Kolibro and the Alianco.
The main function of the Governor-General is to protect and preserve the Constitution of Cobura. The Governor-General acts as the highest protector of this document and ensures it is respected by both the Coburan Cabinet as well as the House of Representatives. The role of Governor-General is mostly ceremonial, in the form of going on state visits and serving as the highest representative of Cobura. Daily tasks of the Governor-General are: appointing directors/military officers, cutting ribbons and singing bills passed by the House..
Even though much of the tasks of the Governor-General are ceremonial, the Constitution rewards this office with several political powers:
- The power of pardon;
- The supreme command over the Coburan Armed Forces;
- The right to adress the House.
- The right to assemble the Council of Governors.
List of Governor-Generals (4316-4379) Edit
|Politics & Government of Cobura|
|4316 - 4317||Kolibro|
|II||Boethio Diasoreno||4317 - 4323||Alianco|
|III||Delilah el-Mahjadi||4323 - 4326||Kolibro|
|IV||Valora Malako||4326 - 4335||Alianco|
|V||Amoun Khairēmōn||4335 - 4338||Kolibro|
|VI||Ismad el-Hamdan||4338 - 4341
4341 - 4350
|VII||Aman Seyoum||4341 - 4341||Huia|
|VIII||Sileshi Lishan||4350 - 4353||Kolibro|
|IX||Ali Azmera Melos||4353 - 4365||Alianco|
|X||Salehm Yezghewi||4365 - 4366||Kolibro|
|XI||Abadir Patape||4366 - 4373
4380 - 4398
|XII||Tehēu Alphiemes||4373 - 4379||Royal Party|