Minister of the Treasury of Creeperopolis

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Minister of the Treasury
Ministro del Tesorería
Escudo nacional del Perú.svg
Martín Vizcarra Cornejo (cropped).png
Incumbent
Adán Dávalos Santángel

since February 16, 2005
Flag of Peru (state).svg Ministry of the Treasury
StyleHis Excellency
AppointerEmperor of Creeperopolis
FormationJune 15, 1833
First holderVidal Lavalle Zugasti

The Minister of the Treasury of Creeperopolis is the title of Creeperopolis' formal Minister of the Treasury. 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 Francisco Vidal 1.jpg Field Marshal
Vidal Lavalle Zugasti
(1771–1853)
15 June
1833
11 November
1850
Military
17 years and 149 days
2 Domingo Nieto.jpg Field Marshal
Domingo Nieto Márquez
(1800–1869)
11 November
1850
1 July
1868
Military
17 years and 233 days
3 RamonCastilla.jpg Field Marshal
Ramón Castilla Marquesado
(1827–1880)
1 July
1868
18 October
1879
Military
11 years and 109 days
4 Miguelsanroman.png Field Marshal
Antonio Arenas Merino
(1834–1906)
18 October
1879
31 December
1887
Military
8 years and 74 days
5 Manuel Candamo.jpg His Excellency
Manuel Candamo Iriarte
(1843–1925)
31 December
1887
31 December
1892
National Liberal Party
5 years and 0 days
6 Presidente Nicolás de Piérola.jpg His Excellency
Nicolás Piérola Villena
(1840–1905)
31 December
1892
31 December
1902
National Conservative Party
10 years and 0 days
7 Eduardo López de Romaña 3.jpg His Excellency
Eduardo Romaña Alvizuri
(1850–1929)
31 December
1902
31 December
1907
Catholic Royalist Party
5 years and 0 days
8 Manuel Candamo.jpg His Excellency
Manuel Candamo Iriarte
(1843–1925)
31 December
1907
31 December
1912
National Liberal Party
5 years and 0 days
9 Eduardo López de Romaña 3.jpg His Excellency
Eduardo Romaña Alvizuri
(1850–1929)
31 December
1912
31 December
1917
Catholic Royalist Party
5 years and 0 days
10 Manuel Candamo.jpg His Excellency
Manuel Candamo Iriarte
(1843–1925)
31 December
1917
31 December
1922
National Liberal Party
5 years and 0 days
11 Eduardo López de Romaña 3.jpg His Excellency
Eduardo Romaña Alvizuri
(1850–1929)
31 December
1922
31 December
1927
Catholic Royalist Party
5 years and 0 days
12 Jose Pardo (1).jpg His Excellency
José Pardo Barreda
(1880–1934)
31 December
1927
31 December
1932
Creeperian Socialist Party
5 years and 0 days
13 Guillermo Billinghurst 3.jpg His Excellency
Guillermo Billinghurst Angulo
(1875–1950)
31 December
1932
2 January
1933
Catholic Royalist Party
2 days
14 Manuel María Ponce.jpg General
Manuel Ponce Brousset
(1880–1956)
2 January
1933
2 January
1953
Military
20 years and 0 days
15 Gral.Manuel A. Odría.jpg General]
Arturo Odría Amoretti
(1928–1980)
2 January
1953
2 January
1973
Military
20 years and 0 days
16 Zenón Noriega.jpg General
Zenón Noriega Agüero
(1921–1990)
2 January
1973
2 January
1983
Military
10 years and 0 days
17 N. Lindley Lopez.jpg Field Marshal
Máximo Leguizamo Tafalla
(1944–2010)
2 January
1983
16 October
1999
Military
16 years and 287 days
18 F. Morales Bermúdez.jpg General
Francisco Morales Bermúdez
(1950–2003)
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
19 N. Lindley Lopez.jpg Field Marshal
Máximo Leguizamo Tafalla
(1944–2010)
18 June
2003
16 February
2005
Military
1 year and 154 days
20 Martín Vizcarra Cornejo (cropped).png His Excellency
Adán Dávalos Santángel
(1963–)
16 February
2005
Incumbent Creeperian Initiative
15 years and 347 days

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