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Prime Minister of Creeperopolis of the First/Second/Exiled Parliaments
StyleHis Excellency
The Honorable
His Excellency
Reports toPresident of Creeperopolis (1st and Exiled)
AppointerElected by the Citizenry
Term length5 years
FormationMarch 8, 1565
December 31, 1887
February 19, 2020
First holderAlfonso Moreno Salinas (PC)
Inhué Ordóñez Yepes (PLN)
Andrés Andino Cazalla (MPC)
Final holderFernando Moreno Juderías (PL)
Máximo Illescas Freixa (PCN), Second Parliament
AbolishedJuly 4, 1771
October 4, 1949
June 27, 2020

The Prime Minister of Creeperopolis was the title of Creeperopolis' formal Head of Government from 1565-1771, then again from 1887-1949 (de facto until 1933), and is currenlty used by the Creeperian Government-in-Exile since 2020. The position was established in 1565 and again in 1887 and both had a five-year term. The Prime Minister was chosen by the citizens of Creeperopolis in an election series. The first Prime Minister of the First Parliamentary system was Conservative Alfonso Moreno Salinas. The first Prime Minister of the Second Parliamentary system was National Liberal Inhué Ordóñez Yepes. The first and incumbent Prime Minister of the Creeperian Government-in-Exile is Andrés Andino Cazalla of the Creeperian Patriotic Movement. The Prime Minister was a sitting member of the Parliament, which was the main governing body of Creeperopolis while it was in existence. The Prime Minister presided over the Parliament when in session and represented the government overall.

First Parliament

History

List of First Parliament Prime Ministers

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

(1499–1572)
March 8
1565
March 8
1570
1565 Conservative Party 1. Moreno Salinas I Alfonso III
General Francisco Javier Castaños (Museo del Prado).jpg
(1555–1587)
5 years and 0 days
2 Jjolemdo.jpg His Excellency
Bernardo Funes Luque

(1523–1581)
March 8
1570
March 8
1580
1570 Conservative Party 2. Funes Luque I
1575 3. Funes Luque II
10 years and 0 days
3 José María Vargas.jpg His Excellency
Camilo Funes Luque

(1526–1594)
March 8
1580
March 8
1590
1580 Conservative Party 4. Funes Luque I
1585 5. Funes Luque II
10 years and 0 days Carlos I
Evaristo Fernández de San Miguel, duque de San Miguel.jpg
(1587–1603)
4 DionisioDeHerrera.jpg His Excellency
Samuel Molina Tassis

(1541–1612)
March 8
1590
March 8
1600
1590 Conservative Party 6. Molina Tassis I
1595 7. Molina Tassis II
10 years and 0 days
5 Antonio-José-Cañas.jpg His Excellency
Emmanuel Sánchez Andino

(1567–1623)
March 8
1600
March 8
1615
1600 Liberal Party 8. Sánchez Andino I
1605 9. Sánchez Andino II Salvador II
Retrato del general Rodil (Dionisio Fierros Álvarez).jpg
(1603–1634)
1610 10. Sánchez Andino III
15 years and 0 days
6 Juan Pedro Aguirre.jpg His Excellency
Orlando González Leoz

(1570–1618)
March 8
1615
September 27
1618
1615 Liberal Party 11. González Leoz I
3 years and 204 days
7 José María Carreño.jpg His Excellency
Fidel Moreno Dávalos

(1589–1636)
September 27
1618
July 19
1636
Liberal Party 12. Moreno Dávalos I
1620 13. Moreno Dávalos II
1625 14. Moreno Dávalos III
1630 15. Moreno Dávalos IV
1635 16. Moreno Dávalos V Alfonso IV
Manuel Gutiérrez de la Concha, marqués del Duero (Palacio del Senado de España).jpg
(1634–1666)
17 years and 297 days
8 Manuel José Arce y Fagoaga.jpg His Excellency
José Moreno Dávalos

(1591–1670)
July 19
1636
March 8
1670
Liberal Party 17.Moreno Dávalos I
1640 18. Moreno Dávalos II
1645 19. Moreno Dávalos III
1650 20. Moreno Dávalos IV
1655 21. Moreno Dávalos V
1660 22. Moreno Dávalos VI
1665 23. Moreno Dávalos VII
33 years and 232 days Maximiliano I
Ramon Maria Narvaez.jpg
(1666–1697)
9 José Cecilio del Valle.jpg His Excellency
Alexander Carpio Maroto

(1622–1723)
March 8
1670
March 8
1695
1670 Conservative Party 24. Carpio Maroto I
1675 25. Carpio Maroto II
1680 26. Carpio Maroto III
1685 27. Carpio Maroto IV
1690 28. Carpio Maroto V
25 years and 0 days
10 Aycinena.jpg His Excellency
Salvador Cerén Collazo

(1657–1738)
March 8
1695
March 8
1725
1695 Liberal Party 29. Cerén Collazo I
1700 30. Cerén Collazo II Carlos II
Baldomero Espartero.jpg
(1697–1728)
1705 31. Cerén Collazo III
1710 32. Cerén Collazo IV
1715 33. Cerén Collazo V
1720 34. Cerén Collazo VI
30 years and 0 days
11 General Francisco Morazán.JPG His Excellency
Orlando Moreno Hidalgo

(1678–1749)
March 8
1725
November 1
1749
1725 Liberal Party 35. Moreno Hidalgo I Carlos III
Don Francisco de Asís.jpg
(1728–1729)
1730 36. Moreno Hidalgo II Monarchy Abolished
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(1729–1730)
1735 37. Moreno Hidalgo III Adolfo II
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(1730–1770)
1740 38. Moreno Hidalgo IV
1745 39. Moreno Hidalgo V
24 years and 239 days
12 Jose Trinidad Cabañas 001.jpg His Excellency
Francisco López Yagüe

(1700–1766)
November 1
1749
March 8
1750
Liberal Party 40. López Yagüe I
127 days
13 Nicolás Espinoza.jpg His Excellency
Salvador Funes Tafalla

(1679–1769)
March 8
1750
March 8
1765
1750 Conservative Party 41. Funes Tafalla I
1755 42. Funes Tafalla II
1760 43. Funes Tafalla III
15 years and 0 days
14 Jose Trinidad Cabañas 001.jpg His Excellency
Francisco López Yagüe

(1700–1766)
March 8
1765
May 13
1766
1765 Liberal Party 44. López Yagüe II
1 year and 67 days
15 PEDRO BARRIERE.jpg His Excellency
Fernando Moreno Juderías

(1711–1771)
May 13
1766
July 4
1771
Liberal Party 45. Moreno Juderías I
1770 46. Fernando Moreno II
5 years and 53 days Manuel III
Antonio de Orleans, duque de Montpensier (1824-1890).jpg
(1770–1783)

Last Election

Second Parliament

History

List of Second Parliament Prime Ministers

Portrait Prime Minister
(Birth–Death)
Term of office & mandate
Duration in years and days
Party Government Monarch
(Reign)
1 Presidente de la República de El Salvador Lic. Juan José Guzmán.jpg The Honorable
Inhué Ordóñez Yepes

(1853–1922)
December 31
1887
December 31
1892
1887 National Liberal Party 1. Ordóñez Yepes I Maximiliano II
General Joaquin Jovellar y Soler painting.jpg
(1853–1899)
5 years and 0 days
2 Escolastico Marín.jpg The Honorable
Macos Espiga Mina

(1844–1923)
December 31
1892
December 31
1902
1892 National Conservative Party 2. Espiga Mina I
1897 3. Espiga Mina II
10 years and 0 days Alexander I
SMF Manoel II.jpg
(1899–1910)
3 FOTOGRAFIA DE JOSE ANTONIO PRIMO DE RIVERA 2.jpg The Honorable
Antonio Sáenz Heredia

(1871–1957)
December 31
1902
December 31
1907
1902 Catholic Royalist Party 4. Sáenz Heredia I
5 years and 0 days
4 Presidente de la República de El Salvador Lic. Juan José Guzmán.jpg The Honorable
Inhué Ordóñez Yepes

(1853–1922)
December 31
1907
December 31
1912
1907 National Liberal Party 5. Ordóñez Yepes II
5 years and 0 days Alfonso V
Rey Alfonso XIII de España, by Kaulak.jpg
(1910–1918)
5 FOTOGRAFIA DE JOSE ANTONIO PRIMO DE RIVERA 2.jpg The Honorable
Antonio Sáenz Heredia

(1871–1957)
December 31
1912
December 31
1917
1912 Catholic Royalist Party 6. Sáenz Heredia II
5 years and 0 days
6 Presidente de la República de El Salvador Lic. Juan José Guzmán.jpg The Honorable
Inhué Ordóñez Yepes

(1853–1922)
December 31
1917
April 17
1922
1917 National Liberal Party 7. Ordóñez Yepes III
4 years and 108 days Adolfo IV
Francisco Franco 1930.jpg
(1918–1933)
- Jose Rosales.png The Honorable
Édgar Cazalla Beldad

(1878–1928)

Acting Prime Minister
April 17
1922
December 31
1922
Creeperian Socialist Party 8. Cazalla Beldad I
258 days
7 FOTOGRAFIA DE JOSE ANTONIO PRIMO DE RIVERA 2.jpg The Honorable
Antonio Sáenz Heredia

(1871–1957)
December 31
1922
December 31
1927
1922 Catholic Royalist Party 9. Sáenz Heredia III
5 years and 0 days
8 Jose Rosales.png The Honorable
Édgar Cazalla Beldad

(1878–1928)
December 31
1927
February 7
1928
1927 Creeperian Socialist Party 10. Cazalla Beldad II
39 days
- FOTOGRAFIA DE JOSE ANTONIO PRIMO DE RIVERA 2.jpg The Honorable
Antonio Sáenz Heredia

(1871–1957)

Acting Prime Minister
February 7
1928
February 10
1928
Catholic Royalist Party 11. Sáenz Heredia IV
3 days
9 Dr. Pio Romero Bosque.jpg The Honorable
Joel Lacasa Campos

(1879–1928)
February 10
1928
March 1
1928
Creeperian Social Communist Party 12. Lacasa Campos I
21 days
- Illus-059 (Salvador, 20th Century).jpg The Honorable
Serafín Velázquez Andrade

(1882–1934)

Acting Prime Minister
March 1
1928
March 2
1928
Independent 13. Velázquez Andrade I
1 day
10 Carlos Meléndez.jpg The Honorable
Tobías Gaos Nores

(1869–1932)
March 2
1928
July 17
1932
National Liberal Party 14. Gaos Nores I
4 years and 138 days
- Manuel Enrique Araujo 01.jpg The Honorable
Jorge Meléndez Ramírez

(1885–1934)

Acting Prime Minister
July 17
1932
December 31
1932
Creeperian Socialist Party 15. Meléndez Ramírez I
168 days
11 62 Jorge Melendez.jpg The Honorable
Máximo Illescas Freixa

(1887–1965)
December 31
1932
October 4
1949
1932 National Conservative Party 16. Illescas Freixa I St. Romero I
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(1933–1946)
17. Illescas Freixa II
18. Illescas Freixa III
19. Illescas Freixa IV Romero II
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(1946–1976)
16 years and 278 days

Last Election

Popular vote
PCN
38.29%
PRC
26.02%
PLN
15.10%
PSC
13.18%
PCSC
6.29%
FPPC
1.12%
Other
0.00%
Seats
PCN
41%
PRC
25%
PLN
14%
PSC
12%
PCSC
5%
FPPC
1%
Other
0%
Party Leader Parliament Votes
Of total Of total
National Conservative Party Máximo Illescas Freixa 41 41%
41 / 100
1,524,182 38.29%
Catholic Royalist Party Antonio Sáenz Heredia 25 25%
25 / 100
1,035,759 26.02%
National Liberal Party Alfonso Quiñónez Molina 14 14%
14 / 100
601,075 15.10%
Creeperian Socialist Party Jorge Meléndez Ramírez 12 12%
12 / 100
524,647 13.18%
Creeperian Social Communist Party Rolando Rubio Noboa 5 5%
5 / 100
250,381 6.29%
Creeperian Pro-Fatherland Front Carlos Hernández Videla 1 1%
1 / 100
44,583 1.12%

Parliament-in-Exile

History

List of Parliament-in-Exile Prime Ministers

Portrait Prime Minister
(Birth–Death)
Term of office & mandate
Duration in years and days
Party Government President
(Term)
- Carlos Mesa, ex-President of Bolivia (cropped).jpg His Excellency
Andrés Andino Cazalla

(1972–2020)
February 19
2020
June 27
2020
- Creeperian Patriotic Movement 1. Gisbert Alcabú I
Antonio Gisbert Alcabú
Álvaro Uribe (cropped).jpg
(2020–2020)
2. Arnal Semprún I Aarón Arnal Semprún
Emblem of the Papacy SE.svg
(2020–2020)
3. Gisbert Alcabú II Antonio Gisbert Alcabú
Álvaro Uribe (cropped).jpg
(2020–2020)
130 days 4. Andino Cazalla I Andrés Andino Cazalla
Carlos Mesa, ex-President of Bolivia (cropped).jpg
(2020–2020)

Last Election

Popular vote
MCP
66.89%
MRR
33.11%
ARENA
0%
PPP
0%
PPPC
0%
Seats
MPC
28%
MRR
19%
ARENA
7%
PPP
4%
PPPC
2%
Party Leader Parliament Votes
Of total Of total
Creeperian Patriotic Movement Antonio Gisbert Alcabú 28 46.67%
28 / 60
5,498 66.89%
Revolutionary Restoration Movement Aarón Arnal Semprún 19 31.67%
19 / 60
2,721 33.11%
National Restoration Alliance Damián Alcabú Molina 7 11.67%
7 / 60
0 0%
People's Political Party Antonio Coronil Alguacil 4 6.67%
4 / 60
0 0%
Creeperian People's Popular Party Isaías Arias Tejedor 2 3.33%
2 / 60
0 0%


See Also