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Embassies: the Pacific, USSR, The North Pacific, the Rejected Realms, 10000 Islands, The Western Isles, the West Pacific, World Assembly Legislative League, Balder, International Democratic Union, Forest, the South Pacific, Union of Christian Nations, and Spiritus.

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Regional Power: Extremely High

Europe contains 1,308 nations, the 17th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Rudest Citizens in Europe

World Census experts telephoned citizens from all nations at just before dinner time, in a study to determine which populations were most brash, rude, or brusque.

As a region, Europe is ranked 6,419th in the world for Rudest Citizens.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Supreme High Imperium of TerdiatlansAnarchy“All hail the Imperator!”
2.The 🄿🅁🄾🅄🄳 🄱🄾🅈🅂 of Saint DomingoCorporate Bordello“𝕹𝖎𝖑 𝕾𝖆𝖙𝖎𝖘 𝕹𝖎𝖘𝖎 𝕺𝖕𝖙𝖎𝖒𝖚𝖒 420!”
3.The Technically Free ♻ Land of MeropisCapitalist Paradise“Absolutely Fabulous”
4.The United States of Conservative America 1776New York Times Democracy“E pluribus unum”
5.The Paradise of LibertycaCivil Rights Lovefest“Meat Is Murderrrr”
6.The Supreme Christmas Lands of Lord SapreCivil Rights Lovefest“A nation must make progress today for a better tomorrow”
7.The Federal Republic of ThesterfallAnarchy“Libertas, Justitia, Veritas”
8.The Santa of The Greater Eastern RepublicCapitalist Paradise“friendship”
9.The Theocracy of God Fearing DevotedCorporate Police State“God protects the righteous”
10.The Golden Queendom of Angie MerkelLeft-Leaning College State“You can do what you want, opportunity’s on”
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Last poll: “Motion to Elect, 25 April 2021”

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Prime Ministers of the Lusophone Federation


Prime Minister of the Lusophone Federation

Incumbent
Catarina Soares Martins
since 25 April 2021

Style: Prime Minister

With the creation of the Lusophone Federation in 1815, there was a long list of prime ministers after the reform of the constitution in 1821. Although there were many, this list starts in 1920, when the political situation changes in the country. For, in 1934, federalism was implemented when Angola became the first federal state. At that point, Sidónio Pais was the Prime Minister, when the Federation was at war with Japan. Even so, he left the plans for federalism to start at least within a decade.

So Sidónio Pais remained Prime Minister until 1926, when he lost the election. There were only two national governments: the first between 1930 and 1934, and the second between 1942 and 1946. But no Prime Minister was in power as long as Margaret Hilda Thatcher (1925 - 2013), in which she was in power between 1979 and 1997 , and was the second woman to be Prime Minister.

The current Prime Minister is Catarina Soares Martins, who won the elections on the April 25th, 2021. She is the first woman of the Partido Reformista (PR) to be Prime Minister. He succeeded Pedro Passos Coelhos of the Partido Social Democrático (PSD), having been the popular prime minister of the Federation since Nelson Mandela back in 1997.

The election for Prime Ministers works like this: the Prime Minister in office points to elections one day. Then, each federal state, each commonwealth and each kingdom votes for the party they want. Elections take one day and the result comes out the next day, as there is still a lot to tell. When the results come out, the Prime Minister in office leaves São Bento Mansion and the person who won the elections will go to Belém Palace for the monarch to ask him to form a government. This can often not happen, when the person who won was by the minimum margin. He (the monarch) can ask to go to a second round of elections, which happened only once, in 1987, or form a national government with the party with the second highest vote.

In cases of corruption, this is rare for a prime minister. One case was with Vasco Gonçalves. He won the 1966 elections, but in the following year, he ended up resigning to the post, after discovering a case of corruption involving the Prime Minister. Then he schedules elections and leaves the government, leaving the monarch with government power until a new prime minister is elected, in this case, Maria de Lourdes Pintasilgo, the first woman to be prime minister.

Then, since 1920, there have been 18 Prime Ministers and several governments, not including Pais's war government. The 2021 elections were held on April 25 to choose the new prime minister, and the one to be elected was Catarina Soares Martins.


List of Prime Ministers since 1920

#

Portrait

Title
Prime Minister
Office
(Birth–Death)

Term of office

Party

Government

Monarch

1

Sidónio Bernardino Cardoso da Silva Pais
(1872–1945)

1 January 1920 - 1 June 1926

6 Years and 6 Months

Partido Liberal

Pais War
1920 - 1925


Pais II
1925 - 1926

Manuel II
1908 - 1932

2

Bernardino Luís Machado Guimarães
(1851 – 1944)

1 June 1926 - 21 January 1927

6 Months and 20 Days

Partido Regenerador

Machado
1926 - 1927

3

João do Canto e Castro da Silva Antunes Júnior
(1862 - 1934)

21 January 1927 - 21 January 1930

3 Years

Partido Monarquista

Canto e Castro
1927 - 1930

4

António Joaquim Granjo
(1881 – 1940)

23 January 1930 - 23 January 1938

8 Years

Partido Conservador

Nacional I
1930 - 1934


Granjo
1934 - 1938

Afonso VII
1932 - 1952

5

Getúlio Dornelles Vargas
(1874–1965)

23 January 1938 - 4 May 1950

12 years, 4 months and 19 days

Partido Progressista Brasileiro

Vargas I
1938 - 1942


Nacional II
1942 - 1946


Vargas II
1946 - 1950

6

António de Oliveira Salazar
(1889 - 1970)

4 May 1950 - 4 May 1954

4 Years

Partido Conservador Cristão

Salazar I
1950 - 1954

Elisabete I
1952 - ...

7

Marcello José das Neves Alves Caetano
(1906 – 1980)

4 May 1954 - 4 May 1958

4 Years

Partido Socialista Português

Caetano I
1954 - 1958

8

António de Oliveira Salazar
(1889 - 1970)

4 May 1958 - 2 Januray 1962

3 Years and 4 Months and 2 Days

Partido Conservador Cristão

Salazar II
1958 - 1962

9

Marcello José das Neves Alves Caetano
(1906 – 1980)

4 January 1962 - 4 January 1966

4 Years

Partido Socialista Português

Caetano II
1962 - 1966

10

Vasco dos Santos Gonçalves
(1921 – 2005)

4 January 1966 - 1 January 1967

364 Days

Partido Socialista Português

Gonçalves
1966 - 1967

11

Maria de Lourdes Ruivo da Silva de Matos Pintasilgo
(1930 - 2004)

1 January 1967 - 11 January 1975

8 Years and 10 Days

Partido Social Democrata

Pintasilgo I
1967 - 1971


Pintasilgo II
1971 - 1975

12

Francisco José Pereira Pinto Balsemão
(1937 - ...)

11 January 1975 - 1 July 1979

4 Years, 6 Months and 10 Days

Partido Social Democrata

Balsemão
1975 - 1979

13

Margaret Hilda Thatcher
(1925–2013)

1 July 1979 - 2 August 1997

18 Years, 1 Month and 1 Day

Partido Conservador

Thatcher I
1979 - 1983


Thatcher II
1983 - 1987


Thatcher III
1987 - 1991


Thatcher IV
1991 - 1995


Thatcher V
1995 - 1997

14

Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela
(1918 - 2013)

2 August 1997 - 5 May 2005

7 Years, 5 Months and 3 Days

Partido Progressista Moçambicano

Mandela I
1997 - 2001


Mandela II
2001 - 2005

15

Aníbal António Cavaco Silva
(1939 - ...)

5 May 2005 - 3 March 2009

3 Years, 2 Months and 2 Days

Partido Social Democrata

Cavaco
2005 - 2009

16

António Luís Santos da Costa
(1961 - ...)

3 March 2009 - 14 June 2013

4 Years, 3 Months and 11 Days

Partido Socialista Português

Costa
2009 - 2013

17

Pedro Manuel Mamede Passos Coelho
(1964 - ...)

14 June 2013 - 25 April 2021

7 Years, 10 months and 11 days

Partido Social Democrata

Coelho I
2013 - 2017


Coelho II
2017 - 2021

18

Catarina Soares Martins
(1973 - ...)

25 April 2021 - Incumbent

Incumbent

Partido Reformista

Martins
2021 - ...
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Morning mates.

I'm pleased to announce that the list of PMs has just been updated, so, go and check it out.

I also have to say that I will create a dispatch with the elections since 1920 until 2021. This will have maps, showing national and regional votes, and the maps, from time to time, will get bigger, has every state is admitted to the union.

So, I hope you like it,
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What are everyone's thoughts on the diminutive emperor?

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Nearly everyone in Europe knows this already, but we can use it to show new nations?

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My boss tells me I am fired because he doesn't tolerate my poor treatment of the female and ethnic minority staff members - this is all twitter's fault like I'm a victim of cancel culture
I hope the libs learn their lesson soon

I don't get the needed welfare help because I vote for Republicans who hate the lazy poor but I am not lazy poor I was just cancelled and now I can't vote because 50$ for an ID is a lot
This is the gay-trans-great replacement agenda at work!!!!11

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For all the fried foods...

Ugh...

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Which country?

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Saxony

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