1st Podria Cabinet
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|Start||12 June 2022|
|End||11 September 2022 (expected)|
The 1st Podria Cabinet was formed from the election of the Secretary at the June 2022 Secretarial election, serving a three-month term from June to September 2022. This currently consists of the Secretary, Vice Secretary, and Ministers of Community Affairs (co-held by two), Foreign Affairs, Information, Recruitment, and Roleplay.
The current members of the 1st Podria Cabinet are Secretary Podria, Vice Secretary Kavagrad, Co-Ministers of Community Affairs Marxist Land of Peoples and Yong, Minister of Foreign Affairs Super Awesome Fun Times, Minister of Information New Flamington, Minister of Recruitment Ghillemear, and Minister of Roleplay Callid.
Members[edit | edit source]
Secretary Podria was elected on 12 June 2022, and the initial Cabinet confirmation vote concluded on 19 June 2022, completing the formation of the 1st Podria Cabinet.
Confirmations[edit | edit source]
Initial[edit | edit source]
As all three election committee members were nominated for initial Cabinet positions, they were replaced by founder New Prague Workers Republic, Equalitopia, and South Miruva to serve as the confirmation vote election committee, in accordance with the Secretarial Appointment Act.
The confidence votes on Secretary Podria's initial appointees to the Cabinet were held from 16 to 19 June 2022. All appointments needed to be confirmed by a two-thirds vote in favor, in accordance with the Constitution. A total of 28 voters cast valid ballots. The following were the results of each confidence vote:
|Vice Secretary||Kavagrad||28-0 (0)|
|Co-Minister of Community Affairs||Marxist Land of Peoples||25-2 (1)|
|Co-Minister of Community Affairs||Yong||25-1 (2)|
|Minister of Foreign Affairs||Super Awesome Fun Times||27-1 (0)|
|Minister of Information||New Flamington||21-1 (6)|
|Minister of Recruitment||Ghillemear||25-0 (3)|
|Minister of Roleplay||Callid||21-1 (6)|
As a result, all seven appointees were confirmed to their posts on 19 June.
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