2nd ministry of Aswington
|Date formed||January 20, 2020|
|Date dissolved||May 2, 2020|
|People and organizations|
|Head of government||Triumvirate|
|Head of state||Juan Cisneros|
|No. of ministers||7|
|Status in legislature||Majority|
|Opposition leader||Juan Cisneros|
The Juntos Government is the second and next cabinet of Aswington. It was formed on December 19, 2019, just days after the general election, in which the Juntos coalition won a majority in parliament.
The cabinet took office on January 20, 2020.
|2nd Government of the Republic of Aswington|
|Prime Minister||Triumvirate||20 January 2020||Juntos|
|Ministry of Art and Culture||Babou Chkaya||20 January 2020||Juntos|
|Ministry of Sports|
|Ministry of Environment||Ivanna Minaïeva||20 January 2020||Juntos|
|Ministry of Social Affairs|
|Ministry of Foreign Affairs||Triumvirate||20 January 2020||Juntos|
|Ministry of Information|
|Ministry of State Security|
|High Constitutional Commissioner||Babou Chkaya||20 January 2020||Juntos|
|Diplomatic Secretary (Ministry of Foreign Affairs)||Juan Cisneros||20 January 2020||PDP|
|Commonwealth and Normative Integration Secretary (Ministry of Foreign Affairs)||Babou Chkaya||20 January 2020||Juntos|
|Secretary for Equality (Ministry of Social Affairs)||Noah Woodgeard||20 January 2020||NPP|
The government has chosen to govern as a whole by not appointing a prime minister but a Triumvirate composed of three deputies from Juntos, Ivanna Minaïeva, Adélia Cerdan and Maria Fabré. To the extent that no law or constitution qualify the office of prime minister, whose legal source is custom, the triumvitate can govern.
The government has decided to appoint three secretaries, who report to a ministry. They execute more precise missions and have full competence in the matter.