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Over viewEdit

Federal gerneral election map, Worcester UDI 1996

The Federal General Assembly results from 1997 to 2009.

The national government is The Federal General Assembly, which is elected every 4 years and uses the former (in their reality) Westminster constancies, split in two new constancies, were ever possible. The government is, by necessity of its small size, in a permanent state of coalition politics.

Government is run like a comity. The cabinet of ministers is elected by the vote of the membership of the assembly. Those who become ministers can run their ministries on a day to day basis without consultation. All national policy is decided by an ad-hock meeting of all the government’s ministers.

The non-cabinet members are known as 'back benchers' meet on an ad-hock basis to discuss government business and formally gather in a general meeting with the cabinet between 10 am and 5pm every Monday, Wendsday and Friday to interrogate the cabinet, who can be likened to a company's board of directors while the back benchers take the role similar to the interested shareholders and investors at a firm's corporate AGM.

ScandalsEdit

The Kidderminster Hospital Affair, The stake-mine affair and Stourbridge and Pedmore question were all major issues they had to face of which in the case of the The Kidderminster Hospital Affair and the The stake-mine affair both lead to ministerial resignations.

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Table of present ministersEdit

Name Office held Term Party
Paul Boyce Cheif commissioner of the Gloucestershire Corridor and Federal navigation of the River Wye. Federal Conservative
Steve Morgan Ethnic minorities and social harmony Federal Conservative
Jack Russtle Robinson  Chancellor of the federal exchequer Federal Conservative
Hugh Davis Foreign and trade minister New Socialist Party
Energy, housing and infrastructure minister Federal Labour (changed party from Welsh Labour)
Peter Scott Transport. Federal Conservative
Zhou Sung Science, research, farming and fisheries Federal Conservative
Rebekah Lease. Public works, recycling, environmentalism and employment minister Federal Labour
Arthur Ramsbottom Culture, media and sport minister Federal Labour
Emergencys and flood aviation Independent
Billy Hinks. collages, training and education minister Independent
Ian Lee Fisher. Pensions, health and home-help (Ex-Independent-come-) UK Reunionist
Angela Lucie Benson Interior, vice and Policing Federal Conservative
Micheál Pádraig Blaney. Courts, the justice system and prisons Federal Conservative
Steffi Anne Boyce Telecommunications and the internet Liberal Democrat
John McKay Local government and trades unions Liberal Democrat
Steve Wells. Defence and homeland security Federal Conservative
Steven Arnold Wight. Leader of the House and de-facto prime minister Federal Conservative
Dafydd James Duffy Tourism and official hospitality minister Welsh Communist Party
Yagan Hope Galadima. Industry and commerce Federal Conservative
Maria Learetta Cordova Defence procurement Federal Labour
Stephan Smith. President Worcestershire Freedom Movement


Table of past ministersEdit

Name Office held Term Party
Dr Richard Taylor Pensions, health and home-help Kidderminster Heath Concern
Bronwyn Annette Hicks Pensions, health and home-help Militant Labour
Davy Willis. Science, research, farming and fisheries Liberal Democrat
Simon Timothy Forest. Leader of the House and de-facto prime minister Federal Labour
Simon Thomas Cheruiyot. Chancellor of the federal exchequer Federal Labour
James Hamish Johnston interior, vice and Policing Federal Labour
Ian Lee Fisher. Pensions, health and home-help Independent (Changed Party)
Robert John Steiner Pensions, health and home-help Federal Labour (sacked from his ministry for dereliction of duty.)
Rhodri Griffiths. Energy, housing and infrastructure minister Welsh Labour (changed party)
Nicolas Pyle . Industry and commerce Federal Conservative (retired in 2009)
Billy Jimmy Corf Defence procurement Federal Labour (sacked as an MP for corruption)
Havinda Sharma. Chancellor of the federal exchequer Federal Conservative (retired in 2019)
President Pieter Richard Smith . President Worcestershire Freedom Movement (retired in 2013)
Lembit Öpik MP Local government and trades unions Liberal Democrat (retired in 2017)
Tom Watson MP Culture, media and sport minister Federal Labour (retired in 2017)
Llewellyn Gwilym Rees Emergencys and flood aviation Independent (retired in 2014)
Peter James Luff MP transport. Federal Conservative (retired in 2013)
Havinda Sharma. Chancellor of the federal exchequer Federal Conservative (retired in 2013)
Lee Lyons. Foreign and trade minister New Socialist Party (retired in 2023)
Dr Tod Hayse. Cheif commisioner of the Gloucestershire Corridor and Federal navigation of te River Wye Liberal Democrat (retiered 2025).
Rhodri Griffiths. Energy, housing and infrastructure minister Federal Labour (retiered 2015).

Also seeEdit

  1. Mercia- UDI 1995

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