Prime Minister of Aswington
|Prime Minister of the Republic of Aswington|
|Term length||No term limits|
|Inaugural holder||Noah Woodgeard|
|Formation||26 July 2019|
|Final holder||Addison O'Halloran|
|Abolished||10 May 2022|
The Prime Minister of the Republic of Aswington (Spanish: Primer Ministro de la República de Aswington), colloquially known as the Prime Minister of Aswington was the head of government of the country. In his capacity as head of government, he previously chaired the Council of Ministers.
As a result of constitutional reforms, the office of Prime Minister was abolished, and its powers passed to the President of the Republic.
Appointment and removal
The Prime Minister was elected by decision of the majority of the members of the National Assembly in parliamentary session. The Prime Minister can be removed by a motion of censure, previously approved by an absolute majority of the members of the National Assembly. Upon his removal from office, the members of the National Assembly will enter into permanent session to elect a new Prime Minister.
According to the Constitution, the functions of the Prime Minister was:
- Submit a vote of confidence of the government cabinet to the National Assembly.
- Form or dissolve the government cabinet, as well as appointing or dismissing ministers.
- Coordinates the work of the Ministers.
- Collaborate with the President of the Republic in government affairs.
In the event of the resignation, death or removal from office of the President of the Republic, the Prime Minister shall act as his successor on a provisional basis. He was considered the second in line of succession.
List of Prime Ministers
|№||Portrait||Name||Term of office||Political party||President|
|1||Noah Woodgeard||26 July 2019||20 January 2020||New People's Party||Juan Cisneros|
|First person to assume the office of Prime Minister.|
|2||Ivanna Minaïeva||20 January 2020||2 June 2020||Together Party||Juan Cisneros|
|First and only woman to assume the office of Prime Minister.|
|3||Babou Chkaya||2 June 2020||25 June 2020||Together Party||Juan Cisneros|
|4||Addison O'Halloran||25 June 2020||25 February 2021||Labour Party||Juan Cisneros|
|5||Sander Koff||25 February 2021||28 July 2021||Social Democratic Party||Juan Cisneros|
|6||Addison O'Halloran||28 July 2021||10 May 2022||Labour Party||Juan Cisneros|
|Assumes office for the second time, being the first and only Prime Minister to assume two non-consecutive constitutional terms. Last person to assume the office of Prime Minister, prior to the constitutional reforms.|