2nd Llorens Cabinet
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|Start||14 March 2020|
|End||14 June 2020|
The 2nd Llorens Cabinet was formed from the election of the Secretary at the March 2020 general election. This consisted of the Secretary, their appointed Vice Secretary and Ministers of Foreign Affairs, Information, Recruitment, and Roleplay (held by two co-Ministers). Each served a three-month term from March to June 2020.
The final members of the 2nd Llorens Cabinet were Secretary Llorens, Vice Secretary Kavagrad, Minister of Foreign Affairs Greylyn, Minister of Information Nottinhaps, Minister of Recruitment Podria, and Co-Ministers of Roleplay Burninati0n and The Final Horseman.
Members[edit | edit source]
The Secretary was elected on 14 March 2020. The following timeline commences on 19 March 2020, which is when the Cabinet confirmation vote concluded.
|Date||19 Mar.||25 Mar.|
|Minister of Foreign Affairs||Greylyn|
|Minister of Information||Nottinhaps|
|Minister of Recruitment||Podria||Libertasnia|
|Co-Minister of Roleplay||Burninati0n|
|Co-Minister of Roleplay||The Final Horseman|
Confirmations[edit | edit source]
Initial[edit | edit source]
The following are the results of the confidence votes on Secretary Llorens' initial appointees to the Cabinet:
|Minister of Foreign Affairs||Greylyn||32-4|
|Minister of Information||Nottinhaps||36-0|
|Minister of Recruitment||Podria||32-4|
|Co-Minister of Roleplay||Burninati0n||33-3|
|Co-Minister of Roleplay||The Final Horseman||34-2|
As a result, all six appointees were confirmed to their posts.
Minister of Recruitment[edit | edit source]
As a result of Minister of Recruitment Podria's removal from office by Secretary Llorens due to "technical issues that we initially thought could be avoided relating to the auto-recruitment program," the Secretary appointed Libertasnia as their replacement. Voting was held from 23 to 25 March 2020.
The following were the results of the vote:
|Libertasnia confidence vote*|
|Source: The Leftist Assembly|
As a result, Libertasnia was confirmed as Minister of Recruitment.
Opinion polling[edit | edit source]
Secretary performance[edit | edit source]
|Poll source||Date(s) administered||Sample size||Margin of error||Results|
|Very satisfied||Somewhat satisfied||Unsure/neutral||Somewhat unsatisfied||Very unsatisfied||Net|
|YouLeft||15 Apr–21 Apr 2020||54||±12.1%||44%||39%||17%||0%||0%||+83%|