Third Luchens Cabinet

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Third Cabinet of Oskar Luchens
Cabinet Luchens III

8th Cabinet of the
Seventh Kodiak Republic
Date formed16 June 647
Date dissolved21 January 648
People and organisations
Acting ChancellorAaron Tonnesen
Member partyNational Unity
Status in legislature
100 / 199 (50%)
Opposition partyKodiak Workers
Opposition leaderKlaus Mikaelson
Election645 General Election
PredecessorLuchens II
SuccessorEdwards I

The Third Corey Cabinet was the government of the Serene Republic of Kodiak from 16 June 647 until 21 January 648. It was led by Acting Chancellor Aaron Tonnesen of the National Unity Party.

In a surprise press conference in the midday of 16 June 647, Chancellor Oskar Luchens declared his sudden and immediate resignation from the General Assembly. He cited the stress of the war with the Great North and frustration with the political establishment in responding to the war as his primary reasons but did not elaborate. The Cabinet convened shortly in the afternoon to declare a new cabinet under Deputy Chancellor Aaron Tonnesen. The new cabinet succeeded the Second Luchens Cabinet the same day on 16 June and served for the final six months until the 648 Kodiak General Election. A new deputy chancellor was not elevated from cabinet as it struggled to maintain effective government in the face of loss of most of the Darrent.


Portfolio Minister Took Office Left Office Party
Nominal Chancellor Oskar Luchens 18 January 645 18 January 648 - NUP
Acting Chancellor
Minister of Transportation
Minister of Commerce and Labour
Minister of Health and Education
Aaron Tonnesen 16 June 647 21 January 648 NUP
Minister of Justice, Law, and Order Alexander Mondo 16 June 647 21 January 648 NUP
Minister of Defence and Foreign Affairs Michael Valois 16 June 647 21 January 648 NUP
Minister of Revenue and Treasury Reginald Karbunkle 16 June 647 21 January 648 NUP
Minister of Social Services Hester Sirocco-Loren 16 June 647 21 January 648 KWP
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