Prime Minister of Creeperopolis

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Prime Minister of Creeperopolis
Primer Ministro de Creeperópolis
Antonio Sáenz Heredia, the final prime minister
Antonio Sáenz Heredia, the final prime minister
StyleHis Excellency
TypeHead of government
AbbreviationPMC
Member ofParliament
Reports toMonarch and Parliament
AppointerElected by the citizenry
Term length5 years, renewable
Formation8 March 1565 (1st parliament)
31 December 1887 (2nd parliament)
First holderAlfonso Moreno Salinas (1st parliament)
Inhué Ordóñez Yepes (2nd parliament)
Final holderFernando Moreno Juderías (1st parliament)
Antonio Sáenz Heredia (2nd parliament)
Abolished4 July 1771 (1st parliament)
4 October 1949 (2nd parliament)

The Prime Minister of Creeperopolis (Creeperian Spanish: Primer Ministro de Creeperópolis; abbreviated PMC), officially the Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Creeperopolis (Primer Ministro del Reino de Creeperópolis; 1565–1729, 1730–1771), Prime Minister of the Republic of Creeperopolis (Primer Ministro de la'República de Creeperópolis; 1729–1730), and Prime Minister of the State of Creeperopolis (Primer Ministro del Estado de Creeperópolis; 1887–1949), was the head of government of Creeperopolis from 1565 to 1771 and again from 1887 to 1949.

History

First Parliamentary Era

Second Parliamentary Era

Duties and powers

List of prime ministers

First parliament

Early first parliament

Portrait Prime Minister
(Birth–Death)
Term of office & mandate
Duration in years and days
Party Monarch
(Reign)
1 Alfonso Moreno Salinas His Excellency
Alfonso Moreno Salinas

(1492–1572)
8 March
1565
8 March
1570
1565 Conservative Party Alfonso III
Alfonso III
(1555–1587)
5 years and 0 days
2 Bernardo Funes Luque His Excellency
Bernardo Funes Luque

(1523–1581)
8 March
1570
8 March
1580
1570 Conservative Party
1575
10 years and 0 days
3 Camilo Funes Luque His Excellency
Camilo Funes Luque

(1526–1594)
8 March
1580
8 March
1590
1580 Conservative Party
1585
10 years and 0 days Carlos I
Carlos I
(1587–1603)
4 Samuel Molina Tassis His Excellency
Samuel Molina Tassis

(1541–1612)
8 March
1590
8 March
1600
1590 Conservative Party
1595
10 years and 0 days
5 Emmanuel Sánchez Andino His Excellency
Emmanuel Sánchez Andino

(1567–1623)
8 March
1600
8 March
1615
1600 Liberal Party
1605 Salvador II
Salvador II
(1603–1634)
1610
15 years and 0 days
6 Orlando González Leoz His Excellency
Orlando González Leoz

(1570–1618)
8 March
1615
27 September
1618
1615 Liberal Party
3 years and 203 days
7 Fidel Moreno Dávalos His Excellency
Fidel Moreno Dávalos

(1589–1636)
27 September
1618
19 July
1636
Liberal Party
1620
1625
1630
1635 Alfonso IV
Alfonso IV
(1634–1666)
17 years and 296 days
8 José Moreno Dávalos His Excellency
José Moreno Dávalos

(1591–1670)
19 July
1636
8 March
1670
Liberal Party
1640
1645
1650
1655
1660
1665
33 years and 232 days Maximiliano I
Maximiliano I
(1666–1697)
9 Alexander Carpio Maroto His Excellency
Alexander Carpio Maroto

(1622–1723)
8 March
1670
8 March
1695
1670 Conservative Party
1675
1680
1685
1690
25 years and 0 days
10 Salvador Cerén Collazo His Excellency
Salvador Cerén Collazo

(1657–1738)
8 March
1695
8 March
1725
1695 Liberal Party
1700 Carlos II
Carlos II
(1697–1728)
1705
1710
1715
1720
30 years and 0 days

Late first parliament

Portrait Prime Minister
(Birth–Death)
Term of office & mandate
Duration in years and days
Party Monarch
(Reign)
11 Orlando Moreno Hidalgo His Excellency
Orlando Moreno Hidalgo

(1678–1749)
8 March
1725
1 November
1749
1725 Liberal Party Carlos II
Carlos II
(1697–1728)
Carlos III
Carlos III
(1728–1729)
1730 Monarchy Abolished
Republic of Creeperopolis
(1729–1730)
1735 Adolfo II
Adolfo II
(1730–1770)
1740
1745
24 years and 238 days
12 Francisco López Yagüe His Excellency
Francisco López Yagüe

(1700–1766)
1 November
1749
8 March
1750
Liberal Party
127 days
13 Salvador Funes Tafalla His Excellency
Salvador Funes Tafalla

(1679–1769)
8 March
1750
8 March
1765
1750 Conservative Party
1755
1760
15 years and 0 days
14 Francisco López Yagüe His Excellency
Francisco López Yagüe

(1700–1766)
8 March
1765
13 May
1766
1765 Liberal Party
1 year and 66 days
15 Fernando Moreno Juderías His Excellency
Fernando Moreno Juderías

(1711–1771)
13 May
1766
4 July
1771
Liberal Party
1770
5 years and 52 days Manuel III
Manuel III
(1770–1783)

Second parliament

Portrait Prime Minister
(Birth–Death)
Term of office & mandate
Duration in years and days
Party Monarch
(Reign)
1 Inhué Ordóñez Yepes His Excellency
Inhué Ordóñez Yepes

(1852–1922)
31 December
1887
31 December
1892
1887 National Liberal Party Maximiliano II
Maximiliano II
(1887–1899)
5 years and 0 days
2 Macos Espiga Mina His Excellency
Macos Espiga Mina

(1844–1923)
31 December
1892
31 December
1902
1892 National Conservative Party
1897
10 years and 0 days Alexander I
Alexander I
(1899–1910)
3 Antonio Sáenz Heredia His Excellency
Antonio Sáenz Heredia

(1871–1957)
31 December
1902
31 December
1907
1902 Catholic Royalist Party
5 years and 0 days
4 Inhué Ordóñez Yepes His Excellency
Inhué Ordóñez Yepes

(1852–1922)
31 December
1907
31 December
1912
1907 National Liberal Party
5 years and 0 days Alfonso V
Alfonso V
(1910–1918)
5 Antonio Sáenz Heredia His Excellency
Antonio Sáenz Heredia

(1871–1957)
31 December
1912
31 December
1917
1912 Catholic Royalist Party
5 years and 0 days
6 Inhué Ordóñez Yepes His Excellency
Inhué Ordóñez Yepes

(1852–1922)
31 December
1917
17 April
1922
1917 National Liberal Party
4 years and 107 days Adolfo IV
Adolfo IV
(1918–1933)
Édgar Cazalla Beldad His Excellency
Édgar Cazalla Beldad

(1878–1928)
Acting Prime Minister
17 April
1922
31 December
1922
Creeperian Socialist Party
258 days
7 Antonio Sáenz Heredia His Excellency
Antonio Sáenz Heredia

(1871–1957)
31 December
1922
31 December
1927
1922 Catholic Royalist Party
5 years and 0 days
8 Édgar Cazalla Beldad His Excellency
Édgar Cazalla Beldad

(1878–1928)
31 December
1927
7 February
1928
Creeperian Socialist Party
38 days
Antonio Sáenz Heredia His Excellency
Antonio Sáenz Heredia

(1871–1957)
Acting Prime Minister
7 February
1928
10 February
1928
Catholic Royalist Party
3 days
9 Joel Lacasa Campos His Excellency
Joel Lacasa Campos

(1879–1928)
10 February
1928
1 March
1928
Creeperian Social Communist Party
20 days
Serafín Velázquez Andrade His Excellency
Serafín Velázquez Andrade

(1882–1934)
Acting Prime Minister
1 March
1928
2 March
1928
Independent
1 day
10 Tobías Gaos Nores His Excellency
Tobías Gaos Nores

(1869–1932)
2 March
1928
17 July
1932
National Liberal Party
4 years and 137 days
Jorge Meléndez Ramírez His Excellency
Jorge Meléndez Ramírez

(1882–1934)
Acting Prime Minister
17 July
1932
31 December
1932
Creeperian Socialist Party
167 days
11 Máximo Illescas Freixa His Excellency
Máximo Illescas Freixa

(1887–1965)
31 December
1932
9 September
1934
1932 National Conservative Party
2 years and 252 days Romero I
Romero I
(1933–1946)
12 Antonio Sáenz Heredia His Excellency
Antonio Sáenz Heredia

(1871–1957)
9 September
1934
4 October
1949
Catholic Royalist Party
14 years and 25 days Romero II
Romero I
(1946–1976)

See also