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Vice Chancellor of the
Empire of the United Cygnian States
Seal of the Vice Chancellor of Cygnia
Vice Cancellarial Seal
Westralia-flag
Charlie-Chen
Incumbent
Charlie Chen

since 6 February 2014
Style The Honourable (official)
Mr/Madam Vice Chancellor (informal)
His/Her Excellency (diplomatic)
Appointer The Emperor
Term length Four years
Inaugural holder Robert Hyatt
Formation 6 June 1792
224 years ago
Succession First in the Cancellarial line of succession
Salary §250,000 annually
Website Vice Chancellor Charlie Chen

The Vice Chancellor of the Empire of the United Cygnian States is the third-highest position in the executive branch of Cygnia, after the Emperor and Chancellor. The executive power is granted under Article II, Section 1 of the Constitution. The Vice Chancellor is conventionally the Deputy Leader of the governing party, and serves a four-year term of office. The Vice Chancellor is first in line to the Cancellarial line of succession, and would normally ascend to the Chancellorship in the event of the death, resignation or removal of the Chancellor. The Office of the Vice Chancellor of Cygnia assists and organises the Vice Chancellor's official functions.

Origin

The office of Vice Chancellor was created by King Alexander I, on the advice of the Federation Congress, along with the Chancellorship in 1792 as the deputy to the Chancellor. The Vice Chancellor was charged with assisting the Chancellor to fulfil his duties and responsibilities, and as such could be delegated powers from the Chancellor. However, the Imperial Constitution ratified in 1793 does not explicitly state what these powers are.

Roles of the Vice Chancellor

The Constitution limits the formal powers and role of the Vice Chancellor to becoming Chancellor, should the Chancellor become unable to serve. Other statutorily granted roles include membership of the National Security Council.

List of Vice Chancellors

     Nonpartisan      Federalist      Liberal-Democratic      United Cygnia
     Democratic Labour      National Unity      NCSP
# Portrait Name
(Born–Died)
Term of Office Political Party Chancellor
Term
(Election)
Took Office Left Office
1 Robert Hyatt
(1745–1819)
1
(1792)
6 June 1792 6 February 1801 Nonpartisan Frederick Northam
2
(1796)
2 Walter O'Malley
(1746–1803)
3
(1800)
6 February 1801 8 August 1803
Died in office
Federalist
Office vacant 1803 – 1804
3 Peter Hopkins
(1750–1820)
4
(1804)
6 February 1805 6 February 1813 Federalist Harold Symons
5
(1808)
4 Elbridge Finlay
(1743–1820)
6
(1812)
6 February 1813 6 February 1821 United Cygnia John Keating
7
(1816)
5 Samuel Charleston
(1758–1831)
8
(1820)
6 February 1821 6 February 1825 Federalist Carl Oregon
6 Edmund Worthington
(1793–1847)
9
(1824)
6 February 1825 6 February 1833 United Cygnia Isaac Isaacs
10
(1828)
7 Andrew Forde
(1776–1849)
11
(1832)
6 February 1833 6 February 1837 United Cygnia Jeremy Blaimey
8 John R. Male
(1797–1846)
12
(1836)
6 February 1837 6 February 1841 United Cygnia Calvin Althorpe
9 Frederick Hall
(1804–1886)
13
(1840)
6 February 1841 6 February 1845 United Cygnia
10 Matthew T. Goodes, Sr.
(1789–1866)
14
(1844)
6 February 1845 6 February 1853 Federalist James Kilburn
15
(1848)
11 Hunter Alston
(1817–1886)
16
(1852)
6 February 1853 8 August 1854 Liberal-Democratic Harrison Redford
Died in office
Office vacant 1854 – 1857 Hunter Alston
12 Richard R. Renault
(1829–1899)
17
(1856)
8 August 1854 6 February 1861 Liberal-Democratic
13 Reginald Holden
(1795–1864)
18
(1860)
6 February 1861 6 February 1864
Died in office
United Cygnia Charles Wallace
Office vacant 1864 – 1865
14 Matthew T. Goodes, Jr.
(1825–1881)
19
(1864)
6 February 1865 6 February 1869 Democratic Labour Richard R. Renault
15 Robert Matthews
(1852–1916)
20
(1868)
6 February 1869 6 February 1873 National Unity Charles Wallace
16 Joshua Tanner
(1831–1902)
21
(1872)
6 February 1873 6 February 1877 National Unity Humphrey Langley
17 William Clapin
(1822–1883)
22
(1876)
6 February 1877 6 February 1881 Democratic Labour Henry G. Tyler
18 Tobias Clausewitz
(1850–1905)
23
(1880)
6 February 1881 6 February 1885 Democratic Labour
19 Harrison Lalor
(1849–1885)
24
(1884)
6 February 1885 8 June 1885
Died in office
National Unity Alistair McTaggart
Office vacant 1885 – 1889
20 Anthony Taylor
(1832–1901)
25
(1888)
6 February 1889 6 February 1893 Democratic Labour Tobias Clausewitz
21 Zachariah Hess
(1865–1934)
26
(1892)
6 February 1865 6 February 1834 National Unity Joshua Darius
22 Christian Heinemann
(1854–1932)
27
(1896)
6 February 1897 6 February 1901 Democratic Labour Robert Fynch
23 Julian Joyce
(1846–1919)
28
(1900)
6 February 1901 6 February 1905 National Unity Anthony Tabot
24 Christian Heinemann
(1854–1932)
24
(1904)
6 February 1905 6 February 1913 Democratic Labour Felix Colgan
29
(1908)
25 Christian Cook
(1888–1950)
30
(1912)
6 February 1913 6 February 1917 Democratic Labour Christian Heinemann
26 Wesley Orwell
(1879–1933)
31
(1916)
6 February 1917 9 October 1923 National Unity Benjamin Patterson
Died in office
32
(1920)
Office vacant 1923 – 1925 Wesley Orwell
27 James Cornwall
(1875–1933)
33
(1924)
9 October 1923 2 June 1933 National Unity
34
(1928)
35
(1932)
Vice-Chancellorship abolished 1933 – 1946;
Replaced by Chief Ministry
1 Jonathan Mulberry
(1892–1936)
2 June 1933 8 April 1936 NCSP Franklin J. Heller
36
(1934)
2 Benjamin Wellington
(1906–1938)
8 April 1936 2 February 1938 NCSP
3 Frederick Poole
(1877–1947)
2 February 1938 13 March 1943 NCSP
37
(1938)
38
(1942)
4 Max Nielsen
(1900–1978)
13 March 1943 8 April 1943 NCSP
Chief Ministry abolished 1943;
Replaced by Deputy Prime Ministership of Provisional Government
Paul Westby
(born 1925)
8 April 1943 1 August 1946 Non-partisan Derrick Mayweather
as Prime Minister
Empire restored;
Vice Chancellorship re-established
28 Paul Westby
(born 1925)
39
(1946)
1 August 1946 6 February 1959 Non-partisan Derrick Mayweather
40
(1950)
41
(1954)
29 Victor Wells
(1919–1982)
42
(1958)
6 February 1959 6 February 1967 Democratic Labour Otto Humphrey
43
(1962)
30 Daniel Troyson
(1927–1999)
44
(1966)
6 February 1967 6 February 1971 National Unity Jonathan Behrens
31 Franklin Northwood
(born 1942)
45
(1970)
6 February 1971 6 February 1983 National Unity Martin O. Scott
46
(1974)
47
(1978)
32 Ryan Whitelaw
(born 1958)
48
(1982)
6 February 1983 6 February 1999 Democratic Labour Joanne Seinfeld
49
(1986)
50
(1990)
51
(1994)
33 Ingrid Barnes
(born 1964)
52
(1998)
6 February 1999 6 February 2007 National Unity Reginald Suhartono
53
(2002)
34 Keith Simpkins
(born 1947)
54
(2006)
6 February 2007 6 February 2011 National Unity Malcolm Turnbull
35 Wayne Swan
(born 1954)
55
(2010)
6 February 2011 6 February 2015 Democratic Labour Julia Gillard
36 Charlie-Chen Charlie Chen
(born 1980)
56
(2014)
6 February 2015 Incumbent Democratic Labour Dorian Brandt

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