Ministry of External Affairs of Creeperopolis
- For the list of Ministers of External Affairs, see Minister of External Affairs of Creeperopolis.
Ministerio de Asuntos Externos de Creeperópolis
|Formed||15 June 1833|
|Type||National administration ministry|
|Headquarters||San Salvador, San Salvador, Creeperopolis|
|Motto||Diplomacia y Paz|
|Annual budget||₡704 billion colóns[note 1]|
|Agency ID||MIASEX, MAE|
The Ministry of External Affairs of Creeperopolis (Creeperian Spanish – Creeperian: Մինիստերիո դե Ասփնտոս Եխտերնոս դե Ծրեեպերօպոլիս; Creeperian Spanish – Iberic: Ministerio de Asuntos Externos de Creeperópolis) is a Creeperian government agency which is responsible for the administration of the foreign affairs of Creeperopolis. The ministry is headquartered in San Salvador, San Salvador. The ministry currently employs 60,000 people.
The ministry was established on 15 June 1833 by Emperor Adolfo III following the Revolution of 1833. It superseded the Institution of External Affairs and the first Minister of External Affairs was Field Marshal Dionsio Fonseca Dávalos. During the Adolfisto, the ministry was dominated by the military. The ministry was reformed and transitioned to civilian administration during the Second Parliamentary Era. During and following the Creeperian Civil War, the ministry was administered at times by civilians and at others by the military. Since the 2003 Creeperian coup d'état, it has been administered by civilians.
Abbreviated MIASEX, the Ministry of External Affairs is considered the third most important administrative ministry of Creeperopolis, following the Ministry of Defense and the Ministry of Internal Affairs. As such, in listings of the Ministries of Creeperopolis, the Ministry of External Affairs is always listed third, after the Ministry of Defense and the Ministry of Internal Affairs, which is considered to be its sister ministry, and before the Ministry of Law Enforcement.
The ministry is considered to be one of the more controversial ministries due to its immense influence over domestic Creeperian politics and when it should be more focused on external affairs, as its mandates imply. It has been often labeled as one of the less corrupt government bodies in Creeperopolis, despite being the third most important and influential. It has a mixed reputation and it is considered to effectively manage the foreign affairs of Creeperopolis.
The Ministry of External Affairs is de facto defined in the Constitution of Creeperopolis. The ministry itself is not legally defined, but the position of Minister of External Affairs, the ministry's head administrator, is:
"The Emperor of Creeperopolis and the Creeperans shall be accompanied and advised by nine government ministers: the Minister of Defense, Minister of Internal Affairs, Minister of External Affairs, Minister of Law Enforcement, Minister of Intelligence, Minister of the Treasury, Minister of Labor, Minister of Education, and Minister of Transportation. The duties of each minister shall be decided on by the Emperor of Creeperopolis and the Creeperans."— Article XXXI of the Constitution of Creeperopolis
The Ministry of External Affairs is legally responsible for various mandates that are not outlines in the Constitution because of laws being passed which give the ministry said mandate.
De facto mandates
The Ministry of External Affairs is de facto responsible for various mandates that are not outlines in the Constitution or by any formal legal document. Such mandates are de facto due to the ministry currently being responsible for such mandates or because the ministry has executed said mandate previously despite not legally being mandated to do so.
- The minister serves as one of the members of the Creeperian National Military Tribunal.
During the Adolfisto
During the Second Parliamentary Era
Civil war and post-civil war era
Minister of External Affairs
The Minister of External Affairs is the administrator responsible for administrating the ministry. The Minister of External Affairs is legally defined in the Constitution of Creeperopolis. Since its formation in 1833, there have been 19 official ministries, 23 total ministries (including de facto and acting ministries), and 15 individual ministers.
Romerist Military Junta
- ₵88 billion credits