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Latest revision as of 10:24, 14 July 2019

Chancellor of Hoenn
‮豐縁國家太政大臣‬
Hoyen Kokka Daijo-daijin
Kamon of Hoenn.png
The kamon of Hoenn
100px
Incumbent
Sasaki Ichihime
since 770
Style Excellency
Residence Myobudani
Appointer Queen of Hoenn
Term At the Sovereign's pleasure but not more than seven years
Inaugural holder Inouye Suzaku
Formation 632 AHC

The Chancellor of Hoenn is the head of government in the Hoennese Realm.

Qualifications and selection

The Chancellor may be any Hoennese citizen who is of the age of majority and fit to vote or serve on a jury. Since the formation of the office, all Chancellors have resided at Myobudani in Ever Grande. The Chancellor is, by convention, the leader of the largest party in the House of Commons.

Role

The role of the Chancellor is to direct the work of Her Majesty's Government, and to submit to the Gikai the program of government for the duration of their term, including lists of cabinet members. The resignation of the Prime Minister will effect the fall of the government.

List of chancellors

Picture Name Period Party
1 Inouye Suzaku.jpg Inouye Suzaku 632 – 638 Non-partisan
2 Kaneshiro Kiyonori.jpg Kaneshiro Kiyonori 638 – 644 Non-partisan
3 Takahashi Weri.jpg Takahashi Weri 644 Caretaker government
4 Hidaka Monzaemon.jpg Hidaka Monzayemon 644 – 647 National
5 Matsuo Yohachi.jpg Matsuo Yohachi 647 – 652 National
6 Matsumoto Suezo.jpg Matsumoto Suyezo 652 – 656 People's
7 Higashi Sanba.jpg Higashi Sanba 656 – 658 Liberal
8 Yamauchi Chiyumi.jpg Yamauchi Chiyumi 658 – 665 Liberal
9 Higashi Koneko.jpg Higashi Koneko 665 – 668 People's
10 Takahashi Weri.jpg Takahashi Weri 668 – 673 Non-partisan
11 Goto Takafumi.jpg Goto Takafumi 673 – 674 Big Society
12 Sato Masamune.jpg Sato Masamune 674 – 681 Liberal-National
13 Kusamichi Miyoshi.jpg Kusamichi Miyoshi 681 – 683 New People's
14 Atsukaya Tomatoma.jpg Atsukaya Tomatoma 683 – 687 Draconid Association
15 Inouye Nobuyoshi.jpg Inouye Nobuyoshi 687 – 690 New People's
16 Kusamichi Kimiko.jpg Kusamichi Kimiko 690 – 696 Big Society
17 Matsuo Tango.jpg Matsuo Tango 696 – 698 Democratic
18 75px Tanaka Hotaru 698 – 699 Caretaker government
19 75px Kai Sho 699 – 703 New Liberal
20 75px Higa Miki 703 – 706 New People's
21 75px Yamaguchi Katai 706 – 711 Democratic
22 75px Kaneshiro Masumi 711 – 716 Big Society
23 75px Nakajima Aritomo 716 Caretaker government
24 75px Aragaki Kagehise 716 – 718 New People's
25 Katsuragi Yoshihide.jpg Katsuragi Yoshihide 718 – 720 Democratic
26 Murata Tori.jpg Murata Tori 720 – 726 MIDORI
27 Sasaki Rosanjin.jpg Sasaki Rosanjin 726 – 731 Progressive
28 Maeda Tamotsu.jpg Maeda Tamotsu 731 – 735 Democratic
29 Nakajima Sukejuro.jpg Nakajima Sukejuro 735 – 741 New Liberal
30 Yamauchi Tomomi.jpg Yamauchi Tomomi 741 – 747 Democratic
31 Kawano Wakayo.png Kawano Wakayo 747 – 748 Caretaker government
32 Kinjo Nobuharu.jpg Kinjo Nobuharu 748 – 751 Labor
33 Higa Oniji.jpg Higa Oniji 751 – 758 Progressive
34 Kawano Wakayo.png Kawano Wakayo 758 – 760 Maju Union
35 Yamanobe Jiro.jpg Yamanobe Jiro 760 – 764 Democratic
36 75px Nakamura Masatake 764 – 770 New Liberal
37 Sasaki Ichihime.jpg Sasaki Ichihime 770 – present Progressive


Precedence, privileges, and form of address

By tradition, the Chancellor precedes all other commoners in Hoenn in the official order of precedence. If the Chancellor is of samurai class, they also precede all other samurai whose place in the order of precedence derives solely from membership in that class.

While in office, the Chancellor is entitled to claim expenses of up to 2500 ryo (2,000,000 zeni, or ₢61,183) per year, in addition to their salary of 4800 ryo (3,840,000 zeni, or ₢117,471). Additionally, all travel conducted in furtherance of official business is paid for by the state.

In addition to the official residence at Myobudani, the Prime Minister is entitled to the use of the country house at Azumazeki in Yamatai Province.

Upon retirement, the Sovereign may bestow honor upon a Chancellor; this is commonly membership in the Order of the Rhododendron, the highest chivalric order in the realm. If they are a commoner, they will also be bestowed with samurai rank and a nominal retainer in lieu of a state pension.