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Parti Nationaliste
Pn
Founder Linus Grande
Founded February 3345
Headquarters Labonne, Tiralouse
Nation Rildanor
Youth Wing Jeunes nationalistes (Young Nationalists)
Political Ideology Nationalist Democracy
Political Position Centre
International Affiliations
Elections
Seats in the Parlament de Rildanor
0 / 750
Colours Black/Blue


Introduction Edit

The Parti Nationaliste (Nationalist Party) was founded on February 3345 by Linus Grande (D.B. 3300), an electronics engineer, a teacher and also a novelist. He was the former leader of the party (3345- ), opposition leader (3345 - 3358) and premier ministre (3358-3361) of Rildanor. It is refounded by Antoine Francois L'Hopital III, grandson of former party leader Antoine Francois L'Hopital, on December 3489.

The Motto Edit

Pays au-dessus d'autre!

Mission Edit

  • To advance the nationalist ideas of society, justice, human rights, a free market economy, participatory democracy, and solidarity with all countries

Vision Edit

  • The party envisions a just, prosperous, peaceful, and caring civil society anchored on social equity, a vigorous market economy, political openness, skeptic ecological balance, and an honest, effective big government.  It is a responsive, accountable, and broad-based political party, unleashing the potential of an empowered citizenry through the party's nationalist ideals, cohesive membership, and courageous, principle leadership. 

Elections for the Grand Royal Deputy and Viceroy position Edit

Date Candidate 1st round (%) 2nd round % Result
3493 Beatrice Marie Potet 38,340,067 (83.21) - Win
3495 Antoine Francois L'Hopital III

11,659,729 (100.00)

- Win
3496 Louis Laplace II 11,338,010 (100.00) - Win
3498 Caroline Grande 11,912,956 (100.00) - Win
3500 Nicholas Carnot 12,122,006 (100.00) - Win 
3501 Philippe II the High King (Deputy position vacant by virtue of the Monarch Act of December 3500, endorsed by PN http://classic.particracy.net/viewbill.php?billid=384207) 12,616,050 (100.00) -

Recognized by the people through the referendum 

3502 Henri Pierre de Bourbon de Toledo 11,595,873 (100.00) - Win
3507 Nicole Françoys, marquess d'Arloux 11,873,440 (100.00) - Win
3510 Gieffroy Thevenin 11,606,476 (100.00) - Win
3519 Louis-Napoléon de Pompadour 11,612,726 (100.00) - Win
3525 Godefroy Guillot 12,010,882 (100.00) - Win
3528 Hélène Béatrice Vigée-de Brunhilde 11,846,786(100.00) - Win
3534 Adèle Marie Dufriche-Desgenettes 11,995,742(100.00) - Win
3536 Adèle Marie Dufriche-Desgenettes 28,919,101(68.87%) - Win
3537 Frédérique Fourier 12,223,766(100.00) - Win
3541 Marc-René de Valdec de Phélypeaux 12,190,814(100.00) - Win

Legislative elections Edit

Date Votes (#) Votes (%) Parliament seats Seats ± Position
3346 3,211,397 24.82
91 / 363
Increase1 91 Opposition
3349 4,508,808 37.31
137 / 363
Increase146 Opposition
3352 4,757,352 41.31
144 / 363
Increase17 Opposition
3355 5,115,021 42.32
150 / 363
Increase16 Opposition
3358 6,128,099 49.81
183 / 363
Increase133 Administration
3361 4,210,904 34.30
124 / 363
Decrease159 Opposition
3364 5,093,791 44.53
162 / 363
Increase138 Opposition
3367 11,524,213 25.28
89 / 363
Decrease173 Opposition
3370 16,981,684 32.70
114 / 363
Increase125 Opposition
3373 30,243,862 46.84
170 / 363
Increase156 Opposition
3376 28,874,718 48.89
177 / 363
Increase17 Opposition
3377 5,624,997 19.53
73 / 363
Decrease1104 Opposition
3380 5,494,917 24.38
91 / 363
Increase118 Opposition
3383 6,518,677 28.19
101 / 363
Increase110 Opposition
3387 6,983,885 25.19
92 / 363
Decrease19 Opposition
3493 36,946,665 82.25
61 / 75
Increase161 Administration
3495 12,242,024 100.00
75 / 75
Increase114 Administration
3496 12,420,695 100.00
75 / 75
Steady 0 Administration
3498 12,137,598 100.00
75 / 75
Steady 0 Administration
3500 11,913,781 100.00
75 / 75
Steady 0 Administration
3501 12,489,517 100.00
75 / 75
Steady 0 Administration
3502 12,258,197 99.68
75 / 75
Steady 0 Administration
3507 12,077,434 100.00
75 / 75
Steady 0 Administration
3510 11,782,214 100.00
75 / 75
Steady 0 Administration
3514 11,029,655 100.00
75 / 75
Steady 0 Administration
3519 11,584,988 99.73
75 / 75
Steady 0 Administration
3525 10,745,969 99.78
75 / 75
Steady 0 Administration
3528 12,262,781 99.79
75 / 75
Steady 0 Administration
3534 7,254,584 30.12
28 / 75
Decrease147 Opposition
3536 29,333,305 69.17
50 / 75
Increase122 Administration
3537 11,563,035 99.74
75 / 75
Increase125 Administration
3541 11,686,371 100.00
75 / 75
Steady 0 Administration

Députés Edit

  1. Meroix
    1. Georges Cornett
    2. Abel Cavey
    3. Aurèle Lavoie
    4. Robert Dufour
    5. Ambroise Lécuyer
    6. Mathieu Herriot
    7. Damien Linville
    8. Haile WakaWaka
    9. Esther Sylviane Bernard
    10. Clair Bordelon
    11. Valériane D'aramitz
    12. Faustine Yount
    13. Ginette Comtois
    14. Pétronille Bonner
    15. Clothilde Guérin
  2. Tiralouse
    1. Guillaume Michel
    2. Ermenegilde Dupond
    3. Félix Daviau
    4. Richard Lapointe
    5. Théo Tremble
    6. Amédée Lyon
    7. Émeric Richelieu
    8. Corinne Fortier
    9. Lucille Travere
    10. Romaine Forestier
    11. Manon Brisbois
    12. Lucille Harman
    13. Arlette Lyon
    14. Léopoldine Beauchene
    15. Nicoline Charbonneau
  3. Sirdour
    1. Eunice Riviera
    2. Vivienne Duchamps
    3. Mirabelle Albert
    4. Athénaïs Deforest
    5. Huguette Gardinier
    6. Joëlle Béringer
    7. Mélissa Perrot
    8. Theirn Mullins
    9. Vivien Traverse
    10. Horace Leandres
    11. Apollinaire Cloutier
    12. Julien Rousseau
    13. Céleste Bonhomme
    14. Frédéric Bernard
    15. Zacharie Dupond
  4. Niraldonne
    1. Sévérine-Margaux Eustis
    2. Valériane-Vienne Charpentier
    3. Maurice Lyon
    4. Olivier Brodeur
    5. Alexandre Lécuyer
    6. Romain Daniau
    7. Mathis Bonfils
    8. Yvon Deschamps
    9. Édouard Bureau
    10. Josué Deniel
    11. Aldéric Marion
    12. Alban Villeneuve
    13. Gaspard Faucheux
    14. Corneille Masson
    15. Denis Beaumont
  5. Morbanaque
    1. Orianne-Dianne Dupond
    2. Étiennette Poulin
    3. Henriette Poulin
    4. Scholastique D'aramitz
    5. Marcellette Sergeant
    6. Noémie Solomon
    7. Brigitte Leclerc
    8. Olympe Perreault
    9. Cyrille Martel
    10. Constance Tremblay
    11. Philomène Segal
    12. Léontine Lémieux
    13. Michèle Desjardins
    14. Mathias Maçon
    15. Laurentin Leclerc

Opposition (3345-3358) Edit

  • Canrille Empress: Josephine IV du Canrille
  • Party Chairman: Antoine Francois L'Hopital
  • Party Leader/Candidate for Head of Government: Linus Grande
  • Adviser/Candidate for Foreign Affairs: Napoleon de Pompadour
  • Adviser/Candidate for Internal Affairs: Simoun Lafayette
  • Adviser/Candidate for Finance: Louis Laplace
  • Adviser/Candidate for Defence: Ret. Marshal Guerrier Farouche
  • Adviser/Candidate for Justice: Atty. Arthur Clarke
  • Adviser/Candidate for Infrastructure and Transport: Manuel Roxas
  • Adviser/Candidate for Health and Social Services: Ceinture de Côté-Potet, M.D.
  • Adviser/Candidate for Education and Culture: Frederic Chou
  • Adviser/Candidate for Science and Technology: Anant Singh D. Eng.
  • Adviser/Candidate for Food and Agriculture: Juan Makisig de Bourbon
  • Adviser/Candidate for Environment and Tourism: Mario Patani
  • Adviser/Candidate for Trade and Industry: Antoine Sakhalov
  • President du Senat: Jean-Paul Clemenceau, Ph.D

Grande Cabinet (3358-3361); Hung Parliament (3361-3363) Edit

  • Canrille Empress: Josephine IV du Canrille
  • Party Chairman: Antoine Francois L'Hopital
  • Prime Minister: Linus Grande
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs: Napoleon de Pompadour
  • Minister for Internal Affairs: Simoun Lafayette
  • Minister for Finance: Louis Laplace
  • Minister for Defence: Ret. Marshal Guerrier Farouche
  • Minister for Justice: Atty. Arthur Clarke
  • Minister for Infrastructure and Transport: Manuel Roxas
  • Minister for Health and Social Services: Ceinture de Côté-Potet, M.D.
  • Minister for Education and Culture: Frederic Chou
  • Minister for Science and Technology: Anant Singh D. Eng.
  • Minister for Food and Agriculture: Juan Makisig de Bourbon/Henri Pierre de Bourbon
  • Minister for Environment and Tourism: Mario Patani
  • Minister for Trade and Industry: Antoine Sakhalov
  • President du Senat: Jean-Paul Clemenceau, Ph.D


Opposition (3363-3387) Edit

  • Canrille Empress: Adele/Juliet du Canrille
  • Party Chairman: Antoine Francois L'Hopital
  • Party Leader/Candidate for Head of Government: Linus Grande
  • Adviser/Candidate for Foreign Affairs: Napoleon de Pompadour
  • Adviser/Candidate for Internal Affairs: Simoun Lafayette
  • Adviser/Candidate for Finance: Louis Laplace
  • Adviser/Candidate for Defence: Ret. Marshal Guerrier Farouche
  • Adviser/Candidate for Justice: Atty. Arthur Clarke
  • Adviser/Candidate for Infrastructure and Transport: Manuel Roxas
  • Adviser/Candidate for Health and Social Services: Ceinture de Côté-Potet, M.D.
  • Adviser/Candidate for Education and Culture: Frederic Chou
  • Adviser/Candidate for Science and Technology: Anant Singh D. Eng.
  • Adviser/Candidate for Food and Agriculture: Juan Makisig de Bourbon
  • Adviser/Candidate for Environment and Tourism: Mario Patani
  • Adviser/Candidate for Trade and Industry: Antoine Sakhalov
  • President du Senat: Jean-Paul Clemenceau, Ph.D

Potet Viceroyalty/L'Hopital III Cabinet (3493-3495) Edit

  • Grand Royal Deputy and Viceroy to the Demitreian High King Philip I: Beatrice Marie Potet
  • Prime Minister and First Lord of the High King/Party Chairman: Antoine Francois L'Hopital III
  • Party Leader/Deputy Prime Minister/Second Candidate for Head of Government: Caroline Grande
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs: Napoleon de Pompadour II
  • Minister for Internal Affairs: Simoun Lafayette IV
  • Minister for Finance: Louis Laplace II
  • Minister for Defence: Guillermo Aguinaldo
  • Minister for Justice: Carl Clarke
  • Minister for Infrastructure and Transport: Jesse Roxas
  • Minister for Health and Social Services: Yamagata Yuichiro
  • Minister for Education and Culture: Jean-Paul Clemenceau V
  • Minister for Science and Technology: Linus Grande II
  • Minister for Food and Agriculture: Henri Pierre de Bourbon de Toledo
  • Minister for Environment and Tourism: Mario Sy
  • Minister for Trade and Industry: Dmitri Sakhalov

L'Hopital III Viceroyalty/Laplace II Cabinet (3495-3496) Edit

  • Grand Royal Deputy and Viceroy to the Demitreian High King Philip II: Antoine Francois L'Hopital III
  • Prime Minister and First Lord of the High King/Party Chairman: Louis Laplace II
  • Party Leader/Deputy Prime Minister/Second Candidate for Head of Government: Caroline Grande
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs: Nicholas Carnot
  • Minister for Internal Affairs: Gieffroy Thevenin
  • Minister for Finance: Jean Baptiste Chiquart
  • Minister for Defence: Godefroy Guillot
  • Minister for Justice: Nicole Francoys
  • Minister for Infrastructure and Transport: Linus Grande II
  • Minister for Health and Social Services: Jean Mathe
  • Minister for Education and Culture: Jean-Paul Clemenceau V
  • Minister for Science and Technology: Frederique Fourier
  • Minister for Food and Agriculture: Veronique Bruneau
  • Minister for Environment and Tourism: Adele Marie Dufriche-Desgenettes
  • Minister for Trade and Industry: Constance D'Arras


Laplace II Viceroyalty/Potet Cabinet (3496- 3498) Edit

  • Grand Royal Deputy and Viceroy to the Demitreian High King Philip II: Louis Laplace II
  • Prime Minister and First Lord of the High King/Party Chairman: Beatrice Marie Potet
  • Party Leader/Deputy Prime Minister/Second Candidate for Head of Government: Nicholas Carnot
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs: Caroline Grande
  • Minister for Internal Affairs: Gieffroy Thevenin
  • Minister for Finance: Jean Baptiste Chiquart
  • Minister for Defence: Godefroy Guillot
  • Minister for Justice: Nicole Francoys
  • Minister for Infrastructure and Transport: Andre Michel
  • Minister for Health and Social Services: Jean Mathe
  • Minister for Education and Culture: Jean-Paul Clemenceau V
  • Minister for Science and Technology: Frederique Fourier
  • Minister for Food and Agriculture: Veronique Bruneau
  • Minister for Environment and Tourism: Adele Marie Dufriche-Desgenettes
  • Minister for Trade and Industry: Constance D'Arras

Grande Viceroyalty/Carnot Cabinet (3498-3500) Edit

  • Grand Royal Deputy and Viceroy to the Demitreian High King Philip II: Caroline Grande
  • Prime Minister and First Lord of the High King/Party Chairman: Nicholas Carnot
  • Party Leader/Deputy Prime Minister/Second Candidate for Head of Government: Linus Grande II
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs: Jean-Paul Clemenceau V
  • Minister for Internal Affairs: Gieffroy Thevenin
  • Minister for Finance: Jean Baptiste Chiquart
  • Minister for Defence: Godefroy Guillot
  • Minister for Justice: Nicole Francoys
  • Minister for Infrastructure and Transport: Andre Michel
  • Minister for Health and Social Services: Jean Mathe
  • Minister for Education and Culture: Louis Napoleon de Pompadour
  • Minister for Science and Technology: Frederique Fourier
  • Minister for Food and Agriculture: Veronique Bruneau
  • Minister for Environment and Tourism: Adele Marie Dufriche-Desgenettes
  • Minister for Trade and Industry: Constance D'Arras


Carnot Viceroyalty(3500- 3501); Philippe II Royalty (3501-3502 )/Grande Cabinet (3500-3502) Edit

  • Grand Royal Deputy and Viceroy to the Demitreian High King Philip II: Nicholas Carnot 
  • Prime Minister and First Lord of the High King/Party Chairman: Caroline Grande
  • Party Leader/Deputy Prime Minister/Second Candidate for Head of Government: Henri Pierre de Bourbon de Toledo
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs: Nicole Francoys
  • Minister for Internal Affairs: Gieffroy Thevenin
  • Minister for Finance: Jean Baptiste Chiquart
  • Minister for Defence: Godefroy Guillot
  • Minister for Justice: Louis Napoleon de Pompadour
  • Minister for Infrastructure and Transport: Andre Michel
  • Minister for Health and Social Services: Jean Mathe
  • Minister for Education and Culture: Frederique Fourier
  • Minister for Science and Technology: Hélène Béatrice Vigée-de Brunhilde
  • Minister for Food and Agriculture: Veronique Bruneau
  • Minister for Environment and Tourism: Adele Marie Dufriche-Desgenettes
  • Minister for Trade and Industry: Constance D'Arras

de Toledo Viceroyalty/Francoys Cabinet (3502-3504) Edit

  • Grand Royal Deputy and Viceroy to the Demitreian High King Philip II: Henri Pierre de Bourbon de Toledo
  • Prime Minister and First Lord of the High King/Party Chairman: Nicole Françoys, marquess d'Arloux
  • Party Leader/Deputy Prime Minister/Second Candidate for Head of Government: Jean Baptiste Chiquart
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs: Louis Napoleon de Pompadour
  • Minister for Internal Affairs: Gieffroy Thevenin
  • Minister for Finance: Marc-René de Valdec de Phélypeaux
  • Minister for Defence: Godefroy Guillot
  • Minister for Justice: Baudouin d'Espagnat
  • Minister for Infrastructure and Transport: Frederique Fourier
  • Minister for Health and Social Services: Constance D'Arras
  • Minister for Education and Culture: Adele Marie Dufriche-Desgenettes
  • Minister for Science and Technology: Hélène Béatrice Vigée-de Brunhilde
  • Minister for Food and Agriculture: Veronique Bruneau
  • Minister for Environment and Tourism: Mara Clark 
  • Minister for Trade and Industry: François-Michel-Léo Lagrange

de Toledo Viceroyalty/Chiquart Cabinet (3504-3506) Edit

  • Grand Royal Deputy and Viceroy to the Demitreian High King Philip II: Henri Pierre de Bourbon de Toledo
  • Prime Minister and First Lord of the High King/Party Chairman: Jean Baptiste Chiquart
  • Party Leader/Deputy Prime Minister/Second Candidate for Head of Government: Louis Napoleon de Pompadour
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs: Louis Napoleon de Pompadour
  • Minister for Internal Affairs: Gieffroy Thevenin
  • Minister for Finance: Marc-René de Valdec de Phélypeaux
  • Minister for Defence: Godefroy Guillot
  • Minister for Justice: Baudouin d'Espagnat
  • Minister for Infrastructure and Transport: Frederique Fourier
  • Minister for Health and Social Services: Juan Miguel Bautista de Saavedra
  • Minister for Education and Culture: Adele Marie Dufriche-Desgenettes
  • Minister for Science and Technology: Hélène Béatrice Vigée-de Brunhilde
  • Minister for Food and Agriculture: Veronique Bruneau
  • Minister for Environment and Tourism: Dominique-Norinne Crépeau
  • Minister for Trade and Industry: François-Michel-Léo Lagrange

de Toledo Viceroyalty/Thevenin Cabinet (3506-3507) Edit

  • Grand Royal Deputy and Viceroy to the Demitreian High King Philip II: Henri Pierre de Bourbon de Toledo
  • Prime Minister and First Lord of the High King/Party Chairman: Gieffroy Thevenin
  • Party Leader/Deputy Prime Minister/Second Candidate for Head of Government: Louis Napoleon de Pompadour
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs: Louis Napoleon de Pompadour
  • Minister for Internal Affairs: Godefroy Guillot
  • Minister for Finance: Marc-René de Valdec de Phélypeaux
  • Minister for Defence: Édouard Sébastien de La Mothe-Houdancourt, Maréchal de Rildanor
  • Minister for Justice: Baudouin d'Espagnat
  • Minister for Infrastructure and Transport: Frederique Fourier
  • Minister for Health and Social Services: Juan Miguel Bautista de Saavedra
  • Minister for Education and Culture: Adele Marie Dufriche-Desgenettes
  • Minister for Science and Technology: Hélène Béatrice Vigée-de Brunhilde
  • Minister for Food and Agriculture: Veronique Bruneau
  • Minister for Environment and Tourism: Dominique-Norinne Crépeau
  • Minister for Trade and Industry: François-Michel-Léo Lagrange

Françoys Viceroyalty/Thevenin Cabinet (3507-3510) Edit

  • Grand Royal Deputy and Viceroy to the Demitreian High King Philip II: Nicole Françoys, marquess d'Arloux
  • Prime Minister and First Lord of the High King/Party Chairman: Gieffroy Thevenin
  • Party Leader/Deputy Prime Minister/Second Candidate for Head of Government: Louis Napoleon de Pompadour
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs: Louis Napoleon de Pompadour
  • Minister for Internal Affairs: Godefroy Guillot
  • Minister for Finance: Marc-René de Valdec de Phélypeaux
  • Minister for Defence: Édouard Sébastien de La Mothe-Houdancourt, Maréchal de Rildanor
  • Minister for Justice: Baudouin d'Espagnat
  • Minister for Infrastructure and Transport: Frederique Fourier
  • Minister for Health and Social Services: Juan Miguel Bautista de Saavedra
  • Minister for Education and Culture: Adele Marie Dufriche-Desgenettes
  • Minister for Science and Technology: Hélène Béatrice Vigée-de Brunhilde
  • Minister for Food and Agriculture: Veronique Bruneau
  • Minister for Environment and Tourism: Dominique-Norinne Crépeau
  • Minister for Trade and Industry: François-Michel-Léo Lagrange


Thevenin Viceroyalty/de Pompadour Cabinet (3510-3513) Edit

  • Grand Royal Deputy and Viceroy to the Demitreian High King Philip II: Gieffroy Thevenin
  • Prime Minister and First Lord of the High King/Party Chairman: Louis-Napoleon de Pompadour
  • Party Leader/Deputy Prime Minister/Second Candidate for Head of Government:
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs:  Godefroy Guillot
  • Minister for Internal Affairs: Frédérique Fourier
  • Minister for Finance: Marc-René de Valdec de Phélypeaux
  • Minister for Defence: Édouard Sébastien de La Mothe-Houdancourt, Maréchal de Rildanor
  • Minister for Justice: Baudouin d'Espagnat
  • Minister for Infrastructure and Transport: Hélène Béatrice Vigée-de Brunhilde
  • Minister for Health and Social Services: Juan Miguel Bautista de Saavedra
  • Minister for Education and Culture: Adele Marie Dufriche-Desgenettes
  • Minister for Science and Technology: Constance Françoise Gérard
  • Minister for Food and Agriculture: Veronique Bruneau
  • Minister for Environment and Tourism: Dominique-Norinne Crépeau
  • Minister for Trade and Industry: François-Michel-Léo Lagrange


Thevenin Viceroyalty/Bruneau Cabinet (3513-3519) Edit

  • Grand Royal Deputy and Viceroy to the Demitreian High King Philip II: Gieffroy Thevenin
  • Prime Minister and First Lord of the High King/Party Chairman: Véronique Bruneau
  • Party Leader/Deputy Prime Minister/Second Candidate for Head of Government: Louis-Napoléon de Pompadour
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs:  Godefroy Guillot
  • Minister for Internal Affairs: Frédérique Fourier
  • Minister for Finance: Marc-René de Valdec de Phélypeaux
  • Minister for Defence: Édouard Sébastien de La Mothe-Houdancourt, Maréchal de Rildanor
  • Minister for Justice: Baudouin d'Espagnat
  • Minister for Infrastructure and Transport: Hélène Béatrice Vigée-de Brunhilde
  • Minister for Health and Social Services: Juan Miguel Bautista de Saavedra
  • Minister for Education and Culture: Adele Marie Dufriche-Desgenettes
  • Minister for Science and Technology: Constance Françoise Gérard
  • Minister for Food and Agriculture: Étienne Noullens
  • Minister for Environment and Tourism: Dominique-Norinne Crépeau
  • Minister for Trade and Industry: François-Michel-Léo Lagrange

de Pompadour Viceroyalty/Guillot Cabinet (3519-3525) Edit

  • Grand Royal Deputy and Viceroy to the Demitreian High King Philip II: Louis-Napoléon de Pompadour
  • Prime Minister and First Lord of the High King/Party Chairman: Godefroy Guillot
  • Party Leader/Deputy Prime Minister/Second Candidate for Head of Government: Hélène Béatrice Vigée-de Brunhilde
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs: Hélène Béatrice Vigée-de Brunhilde
  • Minister for Internal Affairs: Frédérique Fourier
  • Minister for Finance: Marc-René de Valdec de Phélypeaux
  • Minister for Defence: Édouard Sébastien de La Mothe-Houdancourt, Maréchal de Rildanor
  • Minister for Justice: Baudouin d'Espagnat
  • Minister for Infrastructure and Transport: Noël Hyppolite Lefebvre-Benoît
  • Minister for Health and Social Services: Juan Miguel Bautista de Saavedra
  • Minister for Education and Culture: Adele Marie Dufriche-Desgenettes
  • Minister for Science and Technology: Constance Françoise Gérard
  • Minister for Food and Agriculture: Étienne Noullens
  • Minister for Environment and Tourism: Dominique-Norinne Crépeau
  • Minister for Trade and Industry: François-Michel-Léo Lagrange

Guillot Viceroyalty/Vigée-de Brunhilde Cabinet (3525-3528) Edit

  • Grand Royal Deputy and Viceroy to the Demitreian High King Philip II: Godefroy Guillot
  • Prime Minister and First Lord of the High King/Party Chairman: Hélène Béatrice Vigée-de Brunhilde
  • Party Leader/Deputy Prime Minister/Second Candidate for Head of Government: Frédérique Fourier
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs: Martine-Ségolène Strauss
  • Minister for Internal Affairs: Frédérique Fourier
  • Minister for Finance: Marc-René de Valdec de Phélypeaux
  • Minister for Defence: Édouard Sébastien de La Mothe-Houdancourt, Maréchal de Rildanor
  • Minister for Justice: Baudouin d'Espagnat
  • Minister for Infrastructure and Transport: Noël Hyppolite Lefebvre-Benoît
  • Minister for Health and Social Services: Juan Miguel Bautista de Saavedra
  • Minister for Education and Culture: Adele Marie Dufriche-Desgenettes
  • Minister for Science and Technology: Constance Françoise Gérard
  • Minister for Food and Agriculture: Étienne Noullens
  • Minister for Environment and Tourism: Dominique-Norinne Crépeau
  • Minister for Trade and Industry: François-Michel-Léo Lagrange

Vigée-de Brunhilde Viceroyalty/Dufriche-Desgenettes Cabinet (3528-3534) Edit

  • President d'Assemblee Nationale and Viceroy to the Demitreian High King Paul: Hélène Béatrice Vigée-de Brunhilde
  • Prime Minister/Party Chairman: Adele Marie Dufriche-Desgenettes
  • Party Leader/Deputy Prime Minister/Second Candidate for Head of Government: Frédérique Fourier
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs: Martine-Ségolène Strauss
  • Minister for Internal Affairs: Frédérique Fourier
  • Minister for Finance: Marc-René de Valdec de Phélypeaux
  • Minister for Defence: Édouard Sébastien de La Mothe-Houdancourt, Maréchal de Rildanor
  • Minister for Justice: Baudouin d'Espagnat
  • Minister for Infrastructure and Transport: Noël Hyppolite Lefebvre-Benoît
  • Minister for Health and Social Services: Juan Miguel Bautista de Saavedra
  • Minister for Education and Culture: Philippe Willem-Alexander Cillessen
  • Minister for Science and Technology: Constance Françoise Gérard
  • Minister for Food and Agriculture: Étienne Noullens
  • Minister for Environment and Tourism: Dominique-Norinne Crépeau
  • Minister for Trade and Industry: François-Michel-Léo Lagrange

Dufriche-Desgenettes Viceroyalty/Action Canrillaise Cabinet (3534-3536) Edit

  • President d'Assemblee Nationale and Viceroy to the Demitreian High King Paul: Adele Marie Dufriche-Desgenettes
  • Prime Minister/Party Chairman: Louis-César Parent (AC)
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs: Élie-Christian Richard (AC) 
  • Minister for Internal Affairs: Zéphyrine Martin 
  • Minister for Finance: Gerard d'Aout 
  • Minister for Defence: Lisette Bouchard
  • Minister for Justice: Simon-Donat Perrault 
  • Minister for Infrastructure and Transport: Germain Renaud 
  • Minister for Health and Social Services: Gaëlle Dupuy 
  • Minister for Education and Culture: Gabriel Pépin 
  • Minister for Science and Technology: Simone Demers 
  • Minister for Food and Agriculture: Toussaint Côté 
  • Minister for Environment and Tourism: Pauline Gauthier 
  • Minister for Trade and Industry: Savien Douvier 

Dufriche-Desgenettes Viceroyalty/Fourier Cabinet (3536-3537) Edit

  • President d'Assemblee Nationale and Viceroy to the Demitreian High King Paul: Adele Marie Dufriche-Desgenettes
  • Prime Minister/Party Chairman: Frédérique Fourier
  • Party Leader/Deputy Prime Minister/Second Candidate for Head of Government: Frédérique Fourier
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs: Martine-Ségolène Strauss
  • Minister for Internal Affairs: Édouard Sébastien de La Mothe-Houdancourt, Maréchal de Rildanor
  • Minister for Finance: Marc-René de Valdec de Phélypeaux
  • Minister for Defence: Denis de Saint-Exupéry
  • Minister for Justice: Baudouin d'Espagnat
  • Minister for Infrastructure and Transport: Noël Hyppolite Lefebvre-Benoît
  • Minister for Health and Social Services: Juan Miguel Bautista de Saavedra
  • Minister for Education and Culture: Philippe Willem-Alexander Cillessen
  • Minister for Science and Technology: Constance Françoise Gérard
  • Minister for Food and Agriculture: Étienne Noullens
  • Minister for Environment and Tourism: Dominique-Norinne Crépeau
  • Minister for Trade and Industry: François-Michel-Léo Lagrange

Fourier Viceroyalty/Phelypeaux Cabinet (3537-4541) Edit

  • President d'Assemblee Nationale and Viceroy to the Demitreian High King Paul: Frédérique Fourier
  • Prime Minister/Party Chairman: Marc-René de Valdec de Phélypeaux
  • Party Leader/Deputy Prime Minister/Second Candidate for Head of Government: Baudouin d'Espagnat
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs: Martine-Ségolène Strauss
  • Minister for Internal Affairs: Édouard Sébastien de La Mothe-Houdancourt, Maréchal de Rildanor
  • Minister for Finance: Camille Betancourt
  • Minister for Defence: Denis de Saint-Exupéry
  • Minister for Justice: Baudouin d'Espagnat
  • Minister for Infrastructure and Transport: Noël Hyppolite Lefebvre-Benoît
  • Minister for Health and Social Services: Juan Miguel Bautista de Saavedra
  • Minister for Education and Culture: Philippe Willem-Alexander Cillessen
  • Minister for Science and Technology: Constance Françoise Gérard
  • Minister for Food and Agriculture: Étienne Noullens
  • Minister for Environment and Tourism: Dominique-Norinne Crépeau
  • Minister for Trade and Industry: François-Michel-Léo Lagrange

Phelypeaux Viceroyalty/d'Espagnat Cabinet (3541-3545) Edit

  • President d'Assemblee Nationale and Viceroy to the Demitreian High King Paul: Marc-René de Valdec de Phélypeaux
  • Prime Minister/Party Chairman: Baudouin d'Espagnat
  • Party Leader/Deputy Prime Minister/Second Candidate for Head of Government: Édouard Sébastien de La Mothe-Houdancourt, Maréchal de Rildanor
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs: Martine-Ségolène Strauss
  • Minister for Internal Affairs: Édouard Sébastien de La Mothe-Houdancourt, Maréchal de Rildanor
  • Minister for Finance: Camille Betancourt
  • Minister for Defence: Denis de Saint-Exupéry
  • Minister for Justice: Dominique-Norinne Crépeau
  • Minister for Infrastructure and Transport: Noël Hyppolite Lefebvre-Benoît
  • Minister for Health and Social Services: Juan Miguel Bautista de Saavedra
  • Minister for Education and Culture: Philippe Willem-Alexander Cillessen
  • Minister for Science and Technology: Constance Françoise Gérard
  • Minister for Food and Agriculture: Étienne Noullens
  • Minister for Environment and Tourism: Claude Debussy
  • Minister for Trade and Industry: François-Michel-Léo Lagrange

d'Espagnat Viceroyalty/de La Mothe-Houdancourt Cabinet (3545-3550) Edit

  • President d'Assemblee Nationale and Viceroy to the Demitreian High King Paul: Baudouin d'Espagnat
  • Prime Minister/Party Chairman: Édouard Sébastien de La Mothe-Houdancourt, Maréchal de Rildanor
  • Party Leader/Deputy Prime Minister/Second Candidate for Head of Government: 
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs: Martine-Ségolène Strauss
  • Minister for Internal Affairs: Dominique-Norinne Crépeau
  • Minister for Finance: Camille Betancourt
  • Minister for Defence: Denis de Saint-Exupéry
  • Minister for Justice: Vincent Aristide
  • Minister for Infrastructure and Transport: Noël Hyppolite Lefebvre-Benoît
  • Minister for Health and Social Services: Juan Miguel Bautista de Saavedra
  • Minister for Education and Culture: Philippe Willem-Alexander Cillessen
  • Minister for Science and Technology: Constance Françoise Gérard
  • Minister for Food and Agriculture: Étienne Noullens
  • Minister for Environment and Tourism: Claude Debussy
  • Minister for Trade and Industry: François-Michel-Léo Lagrange

de La Mothe-Houdancourt Viceroyalty/Lagrange Cabinet (3550-3553) Edit

  • President d'Assemblee Nationale and Viceroy to the Demitreian High King Paul: Édouard Sébastien de La Mothe-Houdancourt, Maréchal de Rildanor
  • Prime Minister/Party Chairman: François-Michel-Léo Lagrange
  • Party Leader/Deputy Prime Minister/Second Candidate for Head of Government: Dominique-Norinne Crépeau
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs: Martine-Ségolène Strauss
  • Minister for Internal Affairs: Dominique-Norinne Crépeau
  • Minister for Finance: Camille Betancourt
  • Minister for Defence: Denis de Saint-Exupéry
  • Minister for Justice: Vincent Aristide
  • Minister for Infrastructure and Transport: Noël Hyppolite Lefebvre-Benoît
  • Minister for Health and Social Services: Juan Miguel Bautista de Saavedra
  • Minister for Education and Culture: Philippe Willem-Alexander Cillessen
  • Minister for Science and Technology: Constance Françoise Gérard
  • Minister for Food and Agriculture: Étienne Noullens
  • Minister for Environment and Tourism: Claude Debussy
  • Minister for Trade and Industry: Lothaire Michaël Félix

Lagrange Presidency/Crepeau Cabinet (3553-3556) Edit

  • President d'Assemblee Nationale and Viceroy to the Demitreian High King Paul: François-Michel-Léo Lagrange
  • Prime Minister/Party Chairman: Dominique-Norinne Crépeau
  • Party Leader/Deputy Prime Minister/Second Candidate for Head of Government: Juan Miguel Bautista de Saavedra
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs: Martine-Ségolène Strauss
  • Minister for Internal Affairs:  Jérôme Letorneur
  • Minister for Finance: Camille Betancourt
  • Minister for Defence: Denis de Saint-Exupéry
  • Minister for Justice: Vincent Aristide
  • Minister for Infrastructure and Transport: Noël Hyppolite Lefebvre-Benoît
  • Minister for Health and Social Services: Juan Miguel Bautista de Saavedra
  • Minister for Education and Culture: Philippe Willem-Alexander Cillessen
  • Minister for Science and Technology: Constance Françoise Gérard
  • Minister for Food and Agriculture: Étienne Noullens
  • Minister for Environment and Tourism: Claude Debussy
  • Minister for Trade and Industry: Lothaire Michaël Félix

Lagrange Presidency/Crepeau Cabinet (3556-3559) Edit

  • President d'Assemblee Nationale and Viceroy to the Demitreian High King Paul: François-Michel-Léo Lagrange
  • Prime Minister/Party Chairman: Dominique-Norinne Crépeau
  • Party Leader/Deputy Prime Minister/Second Candidate for Head of Government: Juan Miguel Bautista de Saavedra
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs: Martine-Ségolène Strauss
  • Minister for Internal Affairs:  Jérôme Letorneur
  • Minister for Finance: Camille Betancourt
  • Minister for Defence: Denis de Saint-Exupéry
  • Minister for Justice: Vincent Aristide
  • Minister for Infrastructure and Transport: Noël Hyppolite Lefebvre-Benoît
  • Minister for Health and Social Services: Juan Miguel Bautista de Saavedra
  • Minister for Education and Culture: Philippe Willem-Alexander Cillessen
  • Minister for Science and Technology: Constance Françoise Gérard
  • Minister for Food and Agriculture: Étienne Noullens
  • Minister for Environment and Tourism: Claude Debussy
  • Minister for Trade and Industry: Lothaire Michaël Félix

Crepeau Presidency/Crepeau Cabinet (3559-3562) Edit

  • President d'Assemblee Nationale and Viceroy to the Demitreian High King Paul: Dominique-Norinne Crépeau
  • Prime Minister/Party Chairman: Juan Miguel Bautista de Saavedra
  • Party Leader/Deputy Prime Minister/Second Candidate for Head of Government: Constance Françoise Gérard
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs: Martine-Ségolène Strauss
  • Minister for Internal Affairs: Jérôme Letorneur
  • Minister for Finance: Camille Betancourt
  • Minister for Defence: Denis de Saint-Exupéry
  • Minister for Justice: Vincent Aristide
  • Minister for Infrastructure and Transport: Noël Hyppolite Lefebvre-Benoît
  • Minister for Health and Social Services: Magnolia Steinmetz
  • Minister for Education and Culture: Philippe Willem-Alexander Cillessen
  • Minister for Science and Technology: Constance Françoise Gérard
  • Minister for Food and Agriculture: Étienne Noullens
  • Minister for Environment and Tourism: Claude Debussy
  • Minister for Trade and Industry: Lothaire Michaël Félix

Saavedra Presidency/Gerard Cabinet (3562-3565) Edit

  • President d'Assemblee Nationale and Viceroy to the Demitreian High King Paul: Juan Miguel Bautista de Saavedra
  • Prime Minister/Party Chairman: Constance Françoise Gérard
  • Party Leader/Deputy Prime Minister/Second Candidate for Head of Government: Étienne Noullens
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs: Martine-Ségolène Strauss
  • Minister for Internal Affairs: Jérôme Letorneur
  • Minister for Finance: Camille Betancourt
  • Minister for Defence: Denis de Saint-Exupéry
  • Minister for Justice: Vincent Aristide
  • Minister for Infrastructure and Transport: Noël Hyppolite Lefebvre-Benoît
  • Minister for Health and Social Services: Magnolia Steinmetz
  • Minister for Education and Culture: Philippe Willem-Alexander Cillessen
  • Minister for Science and Technology: Constance Françoise Gérard
  • Minister for Food and Agriculture: Étienne Noullens
  • Minister for Environment and Tourism: Claude Debussy
  • Minister for Trade and Industry: Lothaire Michaël Félix

Gerard Presidency/Noullens Cabinet (3565-3568) Edit

  • President d'Assemblee Nationale and Viceroy to the Demitreian High King Paul: Constance Françoise Gérard
  • Prime Minister/Party Chairman: Étienne Noullens
  • Party Leader/Deputy Prime Minister/Second Candidate for Head of Government: Étienne Noullens
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs: Martine-Ségolène Strauss
  • Minister for Internal Affairs: Martin Artois (Parti démocratique)
  • Minister for Finance: Camille Betancourt
  • Minister for Defence: Denis de Saint-Exupéry
  • Minister for Justice: Vincent Aristide
  • Minister for Infrastructure and Transport: Noël Hyppolite Lefebvre-Benoît
  • Minister for Health and Social Services: Magnolia Steinmetz
  • Minister for Education and Culture: Philippe Willem-Alexander Cillessen
  • Minister for Science and Technology: Constance Françoise Gérard
  • Minister for Food and Agriculture: Gerard Boniface (Parti démocratique)
  • Minister for Environment and Tourism: Claude Debussy
  • Minister for Trade and Industry: Lothaire Michaël Félix

Gerard Presidency/Noullens Cabinet (3565-3568) Edit

  • President d'Assemblee Nationale and Viceroy to the Demitreian High King Paul: Émile Bedard (Parti démocratique)
  • Prime Minister/Party Chairman: Étienne Noullens
  • Party Leader/Deputy Prime Minister/Second Candidate for Head of Government: Étienne Noullens
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs: Martine-Ségolène Strauss
  • Minister for Internal Affairs: Jérôme Letorneur
  • Minister for Finance: Camille Betancourt
  • Minister for Defence: Denis de Saint-Exupéry
  • Minister for Justice: Vincent Aristide
  • Minister for Infrastructure and Transport: Noël Hyppolite Lefebvre-Benoît
  • Minister for Health and Social Services: Magnolia Steinmetz
  • Minister for Education and Culture: Philippe Willem-Alexander Cillessen
  • Minister for Science and Technology: Constance Françoise Gérard
  • Minister for Food and Agriculture: Gerard Boniface (Parti démocratique)
  • Minister for Environment and Tourism: Claude Debussy
  • Minister for Trade and Industry: Lothaire Michaël Félix
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