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Viceroy of the Grand Princedom of Trigunia
Наместник Его Королевского Высочества Северной Великий князь Франц II, Стюард государства, и заместитель народа

Henry Coat of Arms
Seal of Office

Incumbent

Residence
Appointer
Term length
Three years
Inaugural holder
Formation
1, November 2902
Final holder
Abolished
1, July 3001

The Namestnik Y.K.V.S. Velikiĭ Knyazʹ i Tsarʹ Franchesko II, Styuard gosudarstva, i Zamestitelʹ Narodnogo (Viceroy of HRNH Great Prince Franz II, Steward of the State, and Deputy of the People) is the elected Head of State of Trigunia and is the representative of the Great Prince & Tsar of Trigunia in national and legislative affairs. The position was created on 1 November 2902 after the passage of the Constitutional Reform Act of 2902 which restored the Monarchy. The title of "Tsar" of Trigunia was granted to the House of Rothingren-Traugott in the 2970s and subsequently added to the official title of the monarch.

Since the Viceroy is an elected position, it is considered the political leader of the nation, however, it is also considered to be subordinate to the Monarchy even though the Great Prince maintains his apolitical figurehead position. Since it is second only to that of the Great Prince, the Viceroy is dominant position with the power to appoint the Cabinet and determine the Head of Government or Glavnyiy Boyarin (Chief Boyar). The Viceroy works closely with the Chief Boyar and the Cabinet in determining domestic, international and fiscal policy for Trigunia.

Although the term Namestnik more closely translates to the English word "Vicar" it is realistically tied to the "representative, deputy, agent or substitute" definition of the English term rather than the religious position found within certain Churches.


DevelopmentEdit

- Young Guard Party led by R.D. Mashkov, 1st Duke of Petrovgrad elected and wished to restore the Great Princedom

- elected with huge majority & worked through many domestic and fiscal reforms; one of which was the creation of Viceroy position

- idea was to create a position that would stand in for the Great Prince given his other positions and the distance to Hulstria

- at first was to be apolitical, considering that the Viceroy represented the Great Prince, however, after much discussion within the Young Guard it was decided to give the Viceroy the ability to choose the positions in the Cabinet, including that of Head of Government; this was not, however, expected to make the position political, but to give it some power to maintain stability

- after first election, R.D. Mashkov, 1st Duke of Petrovgrad was to maintain the position temporarily as a caretaker Viceroy until steps were to be taken to determine qualifications for the position, and to give time to determine the constitutional role of it

- however, legislative fight between Mashkov's Young Guards and the newly-established Trigunian National Party and subsequent Communist resurgence over the next several elections forced the Viceroy to aggressively deal with a nearly deadlocked Duma & Mashkov remained in power to guide the actions, despite his position as both Viceroy and head of the Young Guard

- Mashkov as Viceroy took the role as the only nationally elected official and used that against the Opposition and used it to force the Duma to work; thus Mashkov single-handedly

- the Viceroy-ship had begun as an apolitical position representing the Great Prince and had slowly transformed into an important and powerful president-like one

- was in danger from Communist and republican parties in early 2960s but weathered storm


Tsar of TriguniaEdit

- title added in 2981


Honors and OrdersEdit

- Viceroys allowed to place post-nominal letters after their names to signify the honors and titles they are given upon ascending to the Viceroyship. The first honor remains with the Viceroy for the remainder of their life and can only be taken away due to crimes of high treason, however, the other two are bestowed through non-governmental organizations and therefore can be stripped from the former-Viceroy for violating the private rules of the organization

- such post-nominal letters include:

  • NSZ - stems from the title of the Viceroy position: Namestnik Y.K.V.S. Velikiĭ Knyazʹ i Tsarʹ ..., Styuard gosudarstva, i Zamestitelʹ Narodnogo
  • TVKS - stems from the position on the Great Prince's Privy Council for Trigunia: Taĭnyĭ Velikogo Knyazya Soveta dlya Trigunskoye
  • NTP - stems from being given an honorary vice-president position on the board of the National Chamber of Commerce: Natsionalʹnaya Torgovaya Palata


Mashkov Political DynastyEdit

- RD Mashkov left an indelible mark on the position of Viceroy, but his most lasting legacy may prove to be the role his family members will play

- RD Mashkov's son, Vasya became viceroy & Vasya's daughter Hanna is expected to take over for her father

The Mashkovs ruled Trigunia for long, often unopposed periods from RD Mashkov to the final Mashko Vicereine in 3147 who married HRNH the Great Prince himself that same year

List of Mashkov family Viceroys:


List of Viceroys of Trigunia (2902 - 3000) Edit

Picture Name Party Term Notes
RD Mashkov R.D. Mashkov Molodaya Gvardiya Partiya
Young Guard Party
November 2902 - March 2916 (13 years, 4 months) Inaugural holder. Oversaw the execution of Operation Forward! (or the so-called Volkonsky Cultural Reforms) in mid-2905 and instituted the Mashkov Economic Reforms in early 2906.
Rodion Ivanovich Rodion Ivanovich Trigunskaya Partiya Patriota
Trigunian Patriot Party
March 2916 - July 1918 (2 years, 5 months) Oversaw legislation to "Deltarian-ize" Trigunia after more than two centuries of perceived "Hulstrianization".
RD Mashkov R.D. Mashkov, 1st Duke of Petrovgrad Molodaya Gvardiya Partiya
Young Guard Party
July 2918 - June 2922 (3 years, 11 months) Died in automobile accident. Position was left unfilled because there is no constitutional formula for determining a successor. Caretaker viceroyship led by Sergey Minorov for last six months of term.
Sergey Minorov Sergey Minorov Molodaya Gvardiya Partiya
Young Guard Party
June 2923 - June 2935 (12 years) Had served as caretaker Viceroy after the death of R.D. Mashkov. Barely won reelection in 2923 but proved an amiable and effective Viceroy, if not the most creative. Oversaw more than a decade of stability and economic growth. Refused to stand for reelection during campaign of 2935.
Vasya Mashkov Vasya Mashkov, 2nd Duke of Petrovgrad Molodaya Gvardiya Partiya
Young Guard Party
June 2935 - June 2956 (21 years) Son of His Grace R.D. Mashkov, 1st Duke of Petrovgrad and was believed to be the successor of his father as both Viceroy and Chairman of the Young Guards. However, Party heads believed him to be too inexperienced for such roles and instead he was groomed through his positions within the Boyarskaya Duma and the Cabinet for the Viceroyship during the terms of Sergey Minorov.
Sergey Zhiroff Sergey M. Zhiroff, NTP, MRP Molodaya Gvardiya Partiya
Young Guard Party
June 2956 - June 2959 (3 years) Served single three-year term.
Hanna Mashkova Hanna Mashkova, 1st Duchess of Petrovgrad Molodaya Gvardiya Partiya
Young Guard Party
June 2959 - June 2965 (4 years) First woman Vicereine (feminine Viceroy), but third member of the Mashkov Family to be elected to the position. Although called a Vicereine, the official title was not changed during her tenure and still remained in the masculine form.
Gregor Krylov Gregor Krylov Trigunskaya Partiya Patriota
Trigunian Patriot Party
June 2965 - July 2965 (1 month) Held brief stint as Viceroy before snap election was held where he subsequently lost power.
Hanna Mashkova Hanna Mashkova, 1st Duchess of Petrovgrad Molodaya Gvardiya Partiya
Young Guard Party
July 2965 - July 2985 (20 years) Second term for the Duchess.
Andrey Mashkov Andrey Mashkov, 3rd Duke of Petrovgrad Molodaya Gvardiya Partiya
Young Guard Party
July 2985 - July 2992 (7 years) Son of Hanna Mashkova, 1st Duchess of Petrovgrad.
Nikolay Mashkov Nikolay Mashkov, 10th Count of Semyenovo Molodaya Gvardiya Partiya
Young Guard Party
July 2992 - July 2998 (6 years) Son of Hanna Mashkova, 1st Duchess of Petrovgrad.
Male Camera Shy wbgd Yury Langemark Natsionalʹnaya Patrioticheskaya Partiya
National Patriot Party
July 2998 - February 3001 (2 years, 7 months) Only the 3rd Viceroy not from the Young Guard Party. Ended the Monarchy and the Viceroyship in early 3000.

List of Viceroys of Trigunia (3058 - 3137) Edit

Picture Name Party Term Notes
100px Pavel Mashkov, 6th Duke of Petrovgrad Molodaya Gvardiya Partiya
Young Guard Party
August 3058 - December 3092 (34 years, 4 months) Great-grandson of Hanna Mashkova, 1st Duchess of Petrovgrad.
Mikhail Mashkov Mikhail Mashkov, 7th Duke of Petrovgrad Molodaya Gvardiya Partiya
Young Guard Party
December 3092 - December 3104 (12 years) Son of Pavel Mashkov, 6th Duke of Petrovgrad.
Male Camera Shy wbgd Nathan Varnum Republic Nationalist Party December 3104 - January 3114 (9 years, 1 month) Only the fourth non-Young Guard Viceroy.
Male Camera Shy wbgd |Ivan Sindona |Tory Partiya Trigunia
Tory Party of Trigunia
|January 3114 - June 3125 (11 years, 6 months) |Only the fifth non-Young Guard Viceroy.
100px Yevgeni Mashkov, 8th Duke of Petrovgrad Molodaya Gvardiya Partiya
Young Guard Party
June 3125 - June 3131 (6 years) Son of Mikhail Mashkov, 7th Duke of Petrovgrad
Male Camera Shy wbgd Igor Khristenko, Count of Starbat, NSZ, VP, NTP Natsionalʹnyĭ Samoderzhavnaya Partiya
Young Guard Party/National Autocratic Party
June 3131 - August 3136 (5 years, 1 month) Young Guard Party was dissolved and was turned into the National Autocratic Party which recognized the Great Prince & Tsar of Trigunia as the sovereign but was officially run by the Viceroy and the Autocratic Stanislav Belomestnov.
100px Yevgeni Mashkov, 8th Duke of Petrovgrad Molodaya Gvardiya Partiya
Young Guard Party
August 3136 - August 3137 (1 year) Second term for the Duke.
Male Camera Shy wbgd Ciprian I Socialist Party August 3137 - November 3137 (4 months) Sixth non-Young Guards Viceroy. Dissolved the Monarchy and the Viceroyship in late 3137.

List of Viceroys of Trigunia (3146 - Present) Edit

Picture Name Party Term Notes
Anastasiya Mashkova Anastasiya Mashkova, 2nd Duchess of Petrovgrad Molodaya Triguniye Partiya
Young Trigunian Party
August 3146 - December 3157 (11 years, 5 months) Daughter of Yevgeni Mashkov, 8th Duke of Petrovgrad. Left Position after marrying HRNH Franchesko II.
Vira Lukyanenko Vira Lukyanenko, 3rd Countess of Nolyn Triguniye Imperatorskiĭ Partiya
Trigunian Imperialist Party
December 3157 - December 3184 (27 years)
Male Camera Shy wbgd Vadim Artemjev Trudovaya Partia Trigunii
Labor Party of Trigunia
December 3184 - Present Seventh non-Young Guards/Imperial Party Viceroy.
Nataliya Aksyonova Nataliya Aksyonova, 16th Countess of Tolokomansk Triguniye Imperatorskiĭ Partiya
Trigunian Imperialist Party


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