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Minister-President of Keymon
Minister-President vu Keymun
Ministerpräsident von Keymon
Ministru-Presidente di Klavia
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Dr. Amanda Lamprecht

since December, 4958
StyleHis/Her Excelency, the Minister-President
Member ofChamber of DeputiesCabinet
Reports toChamber of DeputiesRegent
ResidenceThe Talhof
SeatSidi Mopani, 7th District
NominatorChamber of Deputies
Term length4 years
Constituting instrumentThe Basic Law of Keymon

The Minister-President of Keymon (Küstenzong: Minister-President; Dundorfian: Ministerpräsident(in); Ammuntagnun: Ministru-presidente) is the head of government of Keymon and the Chief Executive of the Cabinet. Although Keymon is a monarchy, it is a constitutional republic; the Prince, whose powers are exercised by the Regent, are largely ceremonial and the Minister-President exercises executive power. The current Minister-President is Dr. Amanda Lamprecht of the SDP.

Posterior to national elections, the Chamber of Deputies designates a member to become Minister-President. The member is usually the leader of the party or coalition which commands the majority of the seats in the Chamber. In circumstances whereby a party believes it can launch a coalition in the amidst the nomination process, the Basic Law designates a 30-day period for the individual to form a viable coalition (a coalition commanding the most seats). Where a minority government has to be elected, the Chamber of Deputies has designate the leader of the largest party of the minority coalition to be nominated as Minister-President.

Powers and Role[]

The Minister-President is the head of the Government of Keymon. As the Head of the Government of Keymon, the Minister-President leads the cabinet as its Chief Executive. The Minister-President, as per the Basic Law, guides the law-making process in the Chamber of Deputies with the goal of enacting policies and laws. In a similar manner (as per the Basic Law), the Minister-President exercises executive powers on the behalf of the head of state. Minister-Presidents removed as leader of their respective parties, or whose governments lose no-confidence motions in the Chamber of Deputies, are expected to advise the Regent of the result of the no confidence motion and trigger a national election. The Minister-President's party has traditionally commanded a majority in the chamber.


Whilst in office, the Minister-President has one primary, and official residence. Known as Palais Waldentern, it is the single residence of the Minister-President due to its close proximity to the nation's capital, and also due to its sophisticated levels of security. For transportation, the prime minister is granted an array of armoured vehicles and an official aircraft for both international.

Should a Minister-President (either serving or former) pass away, said individual is guaranteed a state funeral, wherein their casket shall be placed in the Chamber of the Eternal Servants.


No Name Portrait Party Took Office Left Office President
1 Jacques Périer
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PSD November, 4850 May, 4870 Jean-Claude Sartre de Fabbiani
2 Roland Di Natale
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PSD May, 4870 May, 4900 Jean-Claude Sartre de Fabbiani (Acting)
Medoro Benedett
3 Dr. Sabine Benedetti
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PSD May, 4900 May, 4920 Verano Beato (Acting)
Nicoletta Cianflone
4 Edgar Hordinat
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PSD May, 4920 September, 4927 Nicoletta Cianflone (Acting)
Ruperto De Maio
5 Dr. Urbano De Paulis
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PSD September, 4927 Ruperto De Maio (Acting)
Vincenzo Macri