Minister of External Affairs of Creeperopolis

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Minister of External Affairs
Ministro de Asuntos Externos
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Incumbent
Nicolás Correa Encarnación

since June 19, 2003
MEAF.jpeg Ministry of External Affairs
StyleHis Excellency
AppointerEmperor of Creeperopolis
FormationJune 15, 1833
First holderDionsio Fonseca Dávalos

The Minister of External Affairs of Creeperopolis is the title of Creeperopolis' formal Minister of External Affairs. The position was established in 1833 by Emperor Adolfo III following the Revolution of 1833.

List of Ministers of Internal Affairs

Portrait Minister of Defense
(Birth–Death)
Term of Office & Mandate
Duration in years and days
Party
1 Deodoro da Fonseca sak.jpg Field Marshal
Dionsio Fonseca Dávalos
(1769–1838)
15 June
1833
30 October
1838
Military
5 years and 137 days
2 Floriano Peixoto (1891).jpg Field Marshal
Gutierre Fuentes Jiménez
(1800–1890)
30 October
1838
31 December
1887
Military
54 years and 199 days
3 Prudentedemorais.jpg His Excellency
Pedro Morales Morales
(1849–1934)
31 December
1887
31 December
1892
National Liberal Party
5 years and 0 days
4 Campos Sales.jpg His Excellency
Mario Campos Sales
(1860–1936)
31 December
1892
31 December
1902
National Conservative Party
10 years and 0 days
5 Rodrigues Alves 3.jpg His Excellency
Rodrigo Álvarez Nieto
(1858–1930)
31 December
1902
31 December
1907
Catholic Royalist Party
5 years and 0 days
6 Prudentedemorais.jpg His Excellency
Pedro Morales Morales
(1849–1934)
31 December
1907
31 December
1912
National Liberal Party
5 years and 0 days
7 Rodrigues Alves 3.jpg His Excellency
Rodrigo Álvarez Nieto
(1858–1930)
31 December
1912
31 December
1917
Catholic Royalist Party
5 years and 0 days
8 Prudentedemorais.jpg His Excellency
Pedro Morales Morales
(1849–1934)
31 December
1917
31 December
1922
National Liberal Party
5 years and 0 days
9 Rodrigues Alves 3.jpg His Excellency
Rodrigo Álvarez Nieto
(1858–1930)
31 December
1922
31 December
1927
Catholic Royalist Party
5 years and 0 days
10 Nilo Peçanha 02.jpg His Excellency
Hernán Fonseca Kassandro
(1881–1937)
31 December
1927
3 March
1928
Creeperian Socialist Party
63 days
11 Prudentedemorais.jpg His Excellency
Pedro Morales Morales
(1849–1934)
3 March
1928
31 December
1932
National Liberal Party
4 years and 303 days
12 Campos Sales.jpg His Excellency
Mario Campos Sales
(1860–1936)
31 December
1932
2 January
1933
National Conservative Party
2 days
13 Hermes da Fonseca (1910).jpg General
Hernán Hernández Hidalgo
(1870–1933)
2 January
1933
7 March
1933
Military
64 days
Getulio Vargas (1930).jpg His Excellency
Gerardo Vargas Quijada
(1900–1973)
7 March
1933
14 June
1933
National Conservative Party
99 days
14 Farrel.jpg Lieutenant General
Julián Farrell Davidson
(1899–1974)
14 June
1933
16 August
1934
Military
1 year and 63 days
Getulio Vargas (1930).jpg His Excellency
Gerardo Vargas Quijada
(1900–1973)
16 August
1934
20 August
1934
National Conservative Party
4 days
RETRATO FOTOGRÁFICO DE PERÓN.jpg Field Marshal
Arturo Rawson Perón
(1887–1952)
20 August
1934
31 December
1934
Military
133 days
15 Getulio Vargas (1930).jpg His Excellency
Gerardo Vargas Quijada
(1900–1973)
31 December
1934
30 September
1970
National Conservative Party
15 35 years and 273 days Creeperian Initiative
16 GASPARDUTRA.jpg His Excellency
Érick Blanco Silva
(1931–1999)
30 September
1970
30 September
1990
Military
20 years and 0 days
17 Figueiredo (colour).jpg His Excellency
Juan Melendez Melendez
(1932–2006)
30 September
1990
16 October
1999
Creeperian Initiative
9 years and 16 days
18 Foto Oficial Sarney EBC.jpg His Excellency
José Costa Araujo
(1955–2003)
16 October
1999
18 June
2003
Creeperian Initiative
9 years and 16 days
Leaders of the 2003 Creeperian coup d'état.png Romerist Military Junta 18 June
2003
15 September
2003
Military
89 days
19 Presidente Bolsonaro.png His Excellency
Nicolás Correa Encarnación
(1955–)
15 September
2003
Incumbent Creeperian Initiative
17 years and 126 days

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