Minister of Labor of Creeperopolis

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Minister of Labor
Ministro de Labor
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Incumbent
Estefania Amengual Zoido

since July 17, 2011
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StyleHis Excellency
AppointerEmperor of Creeperopolis
FormationJune 15, 1833
First holderVidal Lavalle Zugasti

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

List of Ministers of the Treasury

Portrait Minister of Defense
(Birth–Death)
Term of Office & Mandate
Duration in years and days
Party
1 ManuelIsidoroBelzu.jpg Field Marshal
Isidoro Belzu Beluz
(1800–1865)
15 June
1833
15 June
1864
Military
31 years and 0 days
2 Jorge-cordova.jpg Field Marshal
Jorge Córdova Córdoba
(1832–1880)
15 June
1864
15 June
1874
Military
10 years and 0 days
3 JoseMariaAcha.jpg Field Marshal
José Achá Arcé
(1840–1901)
15 June
1874
15 June
1884
Military
10 years and 0 days
4 MarianoMelgarejo.jpg Field Marshal
Mariano Melgarejo Morales
(1845–1910)
15 June
1884
31 December
1887
Military
3 years and 199 days
5 ADOLFO BALLIVI N COLL.jpg His Excellency
Adolfo Ballivián Fuentes
(1855–1934)
31 December
1887
31 December
1892
National Liberal Party
5 years and 0 days
6 José María Linares.jpg His Excellency
Tomás Frías Ametller
(1856–1935)
31 December
1892
31 December
1902
National Conservative Party
10 years and 0 days
7 NARCISO CAMPERO LEYES.jpg General
Narciso Campero Leyes
(1853–1942)
31 December
1902
31 December
1907
Catholic Royalist Party
5 years and 0 days
8 ADOLFO BALLIVI N COLL.jpg His Excellency
Adolfo Ballivián Fuentes
(1855–1934)
31 December
1907
31 December
1912
National Liberal Party
5 years and 0 days
9 NARCISO CAMPERO LEYES.jpg General
Narciso Campero Leyes
(1853–1942)
31 December
1912
31 December
1917
Catholic Royalist Party
5 years and 0 days
10 ADOLFO BALLIVI N COLL.jpg His Excellency
Adolfo Ballivián Fuentes
(1855–1934)
31 December
1917
31 December
1922
National Liberal Party
5 years and 0 days
11 NARCISO CAMPERO LEYES.jpg General
Narciso Campero Leyes
(1853–1942)
31 December
1922
31 December
1927
Catholic Royalist Party
5 years and 0 days
12 Eliodoro Villazón con banda presidencial.jpg His Excellency
Eliodoro Villazón Funes
(1882–1934)
31 December
1927
31 December
1932
Creeperian Socialist Party
5 years and 0 days
13 José María Linares.jpg His Excellency
Tomás Frías Ametller
(1856–1935)
31 December
1932
2 January
1933
National Conservative Party
2 days
14 DAVID TORO RUILOVA.jpg General
David Toro Ruilova
(1884–1940)
2 January
1933
2 January
1940
Military
7 years and 0 days
15 Presidente german busch.jpg General]
Germán Busch Álvarez
(1885–1959)
2 January
1940
2 January
1947
Military
7 years and 0 days
16 CARLOS QUINTANILLA QUIROGA.jpg General
Carlos Quintanilla Quiroga
(1900–1968)
2 January
1947
2 January
1954
Military
7 years and 0 days
17 Gualberto Villarroel López.jpg General
Gualberto Villarroel López
(1924–1979)
2 January
1954
2 January
1961
Military
7 years and 0 days
18 Mamer-urriol.jpg General
Mamerto Urriolagoitía Hidalgo
(1926–1970)
2 January
1961
2 January
1968
Military
7 years and 0 days
19 Hugo Ballivian Rojas.jpg General
Hugo Ballivián Rojas
(1929–1980)
2 January
1968
2 January
1973
Military
5 years and 0 days
20 Presidente René Barrientos Ortuño.jpg General
René Barrientos Ortuño
(1939–2003)
2 January
1973
2 January
1980
Military
7 years and 0 days
21 Alfredo Ovando Candía.jpg General
Alfredo Ovando Candía
(1945–2003)
2 January
1980
2 January
1987
Military
7 years and 0 days
22 80px Lieutenant General
Juan Pereda Asbún
(1950–2003)
2 January
1987
2 January
1994
Military
7 years and 0 days
23 80px General
David Padilla Arancibia
(1950–2003)
2 January
1994
2 January
1999
Military
5 years and 0 days
24 Jaime Paz Zamora.jpg His Excellency
Patricio Gallo Coronil
(1963–)
2 January
1999
16 October
1999
Creeperian Initiative
287 days
25 Presidente René Barrientos Ortuño.jpg General
René Barrientos Ortuño
(1939–2003)
16 October
1999
18 June
2003
Military
3 years and 245 days
Leaders of the 2003 Creeperian coup d'état.png Romerist Military Junta 18 June
2003
15 September
2003
Military
89 days
26 Jaime Paz Zamora.jpg His Excellency
Patricio Gallo Coronil
(1963–)
15 September
2003
17 July
2011
Creeperian Initiative
7 years and 299 days
27 Anezbalcony.png Her Excellency
Estefania Amengual Zoido
(1970–)
17 July
2011
Incumbent Creeperian Initiative
9 years and 201 days

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