The Kingdom of Montenbourg - Government Ministries


                                                                                                            His Majesty Government of Montenbourg

    His Majesty's Government, commonly referred to as the Montenbourg Government, is currently formed of MPs from the Classical Monarchist and Liberal Party.

    Prime Minister of Montenbourg (Statsminister):  Hon. Xävier Bettel (LP)

    Deputy Prime Minister (Statsministers ställföreträdare): Margot Wallström (LP)

    Minister for Finance:  Claire Ünderwood MP (CMP)

    Minister for Home Affairs: Morgan Jöhansson  MP (LP)

    Minister for Foreign Affairs: Elizabeth McCörd (LP)

    Minister for Defence: Francis Ünderwood  MP (CMP)

    Minister for Justice:  Alexander Grimaldi MP (CMP)

    Minister for Education and Culture: Gustav Fridolin (LP)

    Minister for Health:  Bernard Sanders MP (LP)

    Minister for Rural Affairs: Sven-Erik Bucht (LP)

    Minister for Children and Family Development: Helle Thörning-Schmidt (LP)

    Minister for Trade and Business: Cara Carletön-Fiorina (CMP)

  • 21 September 2017, His Excellency the Prime Minister of Montenbourg

    "Good Evening my fellow montenbourgians and a warm hug to our brothers and sisters in the United Kingdom. I have just been informed by our embassy in London the terrorist attacks occurred in the British capital.

    I would like to extend my condolences to the families who lost there lives in this disastrous event. Our whole country is in grief after such a terrible loss of lives and we extend all possible aid, our nation will be pleased to do, thats why we put at the disposal the sending of the Montenbourgian Peace Corps to help in the medical aid and also we call for the creation of an international fund for the victims.

    As my friend the Prime Minister of Decreta Mrs. Carolina said "Terrorism is not something we should turn a blind eye to. We all need to cooperate in order to prevent massacres like the one we have witnessed today. It is our responsibility, to honour our dead."  Therefore, our government will also be collaborating thoroughly with the British investigations. 

    Also I would like to add our efforts to elevate this topic to the European Union, this afternoon I chaired a meeting with the Montenbourg Security Agency, which sees some threat level in the region, meaning there is a limited threat of terror but it still terror. His Majesty police forces will continue to work closely with the Intelligence Agency, National Guard, and the Army, to counter threats to our national security. For now as His Majesty Prime Minister, I would ask all of us to remain vigilant, but never scared or frightened by terror. United we stand with our British brothers and sisters wishing them every success in overcoming the tragedy that has befallen them.

    My prayers are with Britain and its victims. 

    God Save our King! 

  • 26 September 2017, 

    "HM Government sees with deep concearn the invocation of article 50 by the State of Turkmenbaijan enlisting the treaty of the European Union and by this is leaving the Union. HM Government believes that if Turkmenbaijan or any state decides to organise an EU exit, we as a member nation we will not see it as something positive because His Majesty Government believes of preserve the rest of the  and not to sending the message to all member nations that you can decide to leave without any consequences, thats not what the Union stands for.

    HM Government calls all member nations to work at the European level of the how in the handling of this situation and secondly be extremely rigorous about the consequences of leaving the EU. This will not be a game where the Exiters can maximise their interests without taking into consideration the EU’s. HM Government stance is clear we don't want a sort of tailor-made approach where the Exiters will have the better of the two worlds. Because it will be a big incentive for all the members of the club to leave or to kill the European ideas. And this European ideas as Her Majesty Queen-Consort Grace of Montenbourg has declared on the European Economic Summit "Are based on common responsibility and solidarity and that’s the critical point – especially when we speak about immigration. The agenda of the European Union is beyond this exit... with opportunities for expansion, job creation, investment and above all continued peace, and that should not be derailed by the exit negotiations. We believe in a strong European Union, but we also pursue that we want to minimise any major impact to our economy and that impact has consequences.We live in a time of extraordinary opportunity.  Breakthroughs in science, technology, and medicine are curing illnesses and solving problems that prior generations thought impossible to solve.  But each day also brings news of growing dangers that threaten everything we cherish and value.  Terrorists and extremists have gathered strength and spread to every region of the planet.  Rogue regimes represented in this body not only support terrorists but threaten other nations and their own people with the most destructive weapons known to humanity.  To put it simply, we meet at a time of both of immense promise and great peril.  It is entirely up to us whether we lift the world to new heights, or let it fall into a valley of disrepair.

    We have it in our power, should we so choose, to lift millions from poverty, to help our citizens realize their dreams, and to ensure that new generations of children are raised free from violence, hatred, and fear.

    This Union was founded in the aftermath of two world wars to help shape this better Europe.  It was based on the vision that diverse nations could cooperate to protect and unite their sovereignty, preserve their security, and promote their prosperity. We believe in this and we defend this with all our heart.- HRH Queen Grace of Montenbourg"

    United is Europe because we stand strong together not divided."

    God Save The King!

    Rt. Hon. Catherine M. Banks MP

    Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs

  • 3 October 2017, His Excellency the Prime Minister of Montenbourg

    "Good Evening! His Majesty's Government congratulates His Imperial Majesty, Emperor Artabanos, on his re-election. This vote is a landmark achievement definitely. We look forward to working with the Imperial Inimican Government in matters of trade in the coming years, and continue our friendly and amicable relations between the Kingdom of Montenbourg and the Empire of Inimicus. "

    The Rt. Hon. William Anderson, MP

    Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Montenbourg

  • 3 October 2017                         

    His Majesty's Treasury sees as positive the data put out by the European Central Bank about the wider European economy. We call the ECB to see the work of HM Government in achieving results and building a country that works for everyone, also the impact that Monten Pound means to the European Union. We anticipate in the coming days as the Treasury begins the process of building a Budget, to be presented in November. 

    His Majesty's Treasury will continue to pursue and advocate for policies that will grow wages, grow the economy, new investment and build jobs in Montenbourg. 

    The Rt. Hon. Claire Underwood, MP

    Chancellor of the Exchequer

  • 17 January 2018, 

    "HM Government sees with gratitude and years of service the nomination of our European Councillor Lady Emma Granger, 2th Baroness of Montague for Comissioner of Foreign Affairs of the European Union as optimal for the continuation of progress in the Union and the benefit of mutual relations.

    HM Government applaud and encourage the nomination of Lady Granger"

    God Save The King! 

    Rt. Hon. Catherine M. Banks MP

    Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs

  • 7 February 2018, 

    "HM Government congratulates Commissioners Stuart, Clinton-Mezvinsky, and Drake on their election. Montenbourg is honored and grateful to have had this chance to represent all Europeans in this consequential election.  We greet the nations of Angleter, Australia and the Duxburian Union with its highest and distinguished consideration and felicitation.

    HM Government applaud and encourage the work of the Comissioners for a better and united europe"

    God Save The King! 

    Rt. Hon. Catherine M. Banks MP

    Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs

  • 28 February 2018,

    His Majesty's Government stands in union of heart with the Government and people of Omnibus. This acts have no place in our beloved Europe. Our Most Gracious Kingdom call europeans to stand up against terrorism. His Majesty's Government deposit its trust in the Government of Omnibus on bringing these terrorists acts to justice.

    God Save The King! 

    Rt. Hon. Catherine M. Banks MP

    Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs

  • 1 March 2018, His Excellency the Prime Minister of Montenbourg

    Prime Minister William Anderson speaks at Bosco University as he launches a review of post-18 health services and funding.

    "Good Evening my fellow Montenbourgians and a warm hug to our European brothers and sisters. I have just been informed by our European Councillor the 2th Baroness of Montague Lady Emma Granger about the advance of our European Universal Healthcare Act such an example to follow in the advance of Human Rights, as Montenbourg healthcare system is universal, free and accesible to all, so Europe is following our lead.

    Shamefully, our European Union remains the only major region on earth that does not guarantee health care to all europeans. Because as my friend His Majesty Secretary of Health the Right and Honorable Bernard Sanders said we believe in Montenbourg that health care is a right, not a privilege.

    As Europeans we should be able to go to the doctor when we need to, without worrying whether we can afford it. We should choose our doctors and hospitals without worrying about network restrictions. We deserve health coverage for all of us, paid for based on our ability to pay, not what the market will bear. I’m proud the European Council has recognize our motion of  the European Healthcare Act, and I look forward to working and talking with other heads of government into promoting Eurofederalism as a key for a better Europe and enact this Act into law. Because Europeans deserve better! It's time. 

    God Save our King!"

    Rt. Hon. William Anderson MP (CM)

    Prime Minister, First Lord of the Treasury and Minister for the Civil Service

  • 3 March 2018,

    His Majesty's Treasury welcomes the data put out by the European Central Bank about Montenbourg's economy, and indeed the good news about the wider European economy. These demonstrate that HM Government is achieving results and building a country for everyone, europeans and montenbourgians. We anticipate this economic output in more jobs and living wages for all montenbourgians.

    His Majesty's Treasury will continue to pursue and advocate for policies that will grow living wages, expand investments and building trade deals with other European countries. 

    Rt. Hon. Claire Underwood MP (CM)

    Chancellor of the Exchequer

  • 3 March 2018,

    His Majesty's Government sees with positive eyes the visit of our majesty the Queen at Omnibus, we are in the hope of new trade deals and friendship with these brother nation.It is a goal for friendship between our two nations, and proves that Europe is a region of friends. 

    His Majesty's Government also accepts the invitation of the The Government of the United Kingdom. Believing also that we can strike for trade deals and forge closer bonds between Montenbourg and Great Britain because in stability and friendship there is hope for a united Europe. 

    Rt. Hon. William Anderson MP (CM)

    Prime Minister, First Lord of the Treasury and Minister for the Civil Service

  • Press Release

    4 March, 2018

    PM visit to UK

    Prime Minister William Anderson will visit the United Kingdom from Monday 5th to Wednesday 7st of March. 

    The Prime Minister will visit UK from Monday 5th to Friday 7st of this month, where he will be received by Theresa May, UK Prime Minister.

    This will be his first visit to UK as Prime Minister. 

    Her visit is expected to cover a wide range of bilateral and regional issues, including working together to support the rules-based international system and the promotion of free trade and liberal-democratic values.

    The Prime Minister’s visit will focus on cooperation and human rights cooperation, and trade and investment opportunities.

    He will be accompanied by a delegation of the royal household for future official visit and business leaders drawn from a range of sectors. The delegation will showcase the strength of Montenbourg business, the shared confidence in the Montenbourg-UK economic relationship, the EU, and the potential for future growth.

    Melany Cornwell

    Press Secretary of the Prime Minister's Office

  •  Press Release

    04 March 2018,

    The Kingdom of Montenbourg is pleased of the invitation made by the United Kingdom of the Rt. Hon. William Anderson, to London and the Royal Visit. In response to the invitation made by the Royals of the United Kingdom, His Majesty the King has graciously accepted the invitation to the State Dinner and reception, the Royal Household will respond soon to announce the visit and its specifications in the eyes of this Royal visit to the United Kingdom, a its ceremonial welcome. Two planes will arrive on 5th March, the Royal Air with the monarchs and the Carrier One with the Prime Minister.

    In addition to His Majesty the King and Her Majesty Queen Grace II, I the Prime Minister will be accompanied by:

    • the First Secretary of State and Minister for the Cabinet Office, The Rt. Hon. John Adams

    I look forward to our talks since and advising that this visit shall be extended till Tuesday.

    The Rt. Hon. William Anderson, MP

    Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Montenbourg

  • 08 March 2018,

    HM Government finds the instability state of Omnibus as a matter of awareness to the international community and the plot made against the President of Omnibus Shane Raimi. HM Government grants the asylum to Shane Raimi. HM Government understands that as a consequence of Raimi determined defense to freedom, democracy and the rise of nationalism in his homeland, we understand that in any given moment, a situation may come where his life, safety or personal integrity will be in danger.

    The Rt. Hon. William Anderson, MP

    Prime Minister, First Lord of the Treasury and Minister for the Civil Service

  • 9 March 2018,

    Foreign investment almost doubled in 2017. 

    In 2017, Foreign Direct Investment registered a 48.3% growth compared to 2016, reaching €62.6 billion, according to the preliminary results of the montenbourgian economy published by the Motenbourg Royal Bank (MRB). The sectors that attracted the largest commercial, tourism and real estate investments, detailed the report, which at the same time highlights that the remarkable level of income reached was largely influenced by the sale of shares by the Montague National Brewery to foreign investors.

    Rt. Hon. Claire Underwood MP (CM)

    Chancellor of the Exchequer

  • 9 March 2018,

    The Government has today  set out plans to strengthen information sharing between police, social workers and healthcare professionals to tackle child abuse and neglect, and to improve joint working and decision-making. Building on the ambitious programme of reform to the children’s social care system, the Home Office and Department for Education have responded to a joint consultation, ‘Reporting and acting on child abuse and neglect’, which sought views on how to best protect vulnerable children from abuse and neglect in all its forms. 

    The consultation sought views on issues relating to the child protection system, specifically proposals to introduce additional legal duties for professionals and organisations working to protect young people. These proposed changes to the law included mandatory reporting of any concern relating to child abuse by practitioners, and a duty to act, whereby individuals could face professional or criminal sanctions for failing to take appropriate action where child abuse was known or suspected. The consultation received a response of more than 760 responses from social workers, police officers, local government, children’s charities, educators and health professionals, victim support groups, and other members of the public.

    Of these responses, the majority disagreed with introducing new statutory requirements. Nearly 70% felt mandatory reporting could have an adverse impact on the child protection system and 85% said it would not in itself lead to appropriate action being taken to protect children. Only 25% were in favour of a duty to act, and less than half that number (12%) supported introducing mandatory reporting.

    The evidence received does not demonstrate that either of the proposals would sufficiently improve outcomes for children. Rather, feedback suggests that these additional measures could risk creating unnecessary burdens, divert attention from the most serious cases, hamper professional judgement, and potentially jeopardise the vital relationships between social workers and vulnerable families in their care.

    Montenbourg already has a higher rate of reporting than countries where such duties are in place, and the evidence from serious case reviews, Ofsted inspections and the consultation responses does not suggest there is a systemic problem.

    Instead, the majority of respondents (63%) were in favour of allowing the Government’s existing programme of child protection reforms time to embed before considering additional statutory measures. Reflecting on considering the current child protection system, respondents called for better joint working between different local agencies, further work to encourage new and innovative practice, and better training for practitioners.

    In direct response to sector feedback, the Government has today confirmed that it will:

    • prove coordination between agencies involved in keeping children safe through better information sharing – implementing stronger safeguarding arrangements locally, as well as clearer, stronger national statutory guidance;
    • publish revised Working Together to Safeguard Children statutory guidance to make clear the roles and responsibilities of the agencies involved in protecting children from abuse and neglect;
    • build on its successful campaign, a new phase of which will launched in March 2018;
    • continue to boost the professional development of social workers and practitioners by improving training, accreditation and regulation, supporting them to better protect children and promote their welfare; and
    • consider the current legal framework to assess whether it is sufficiently robust in terms of criminal offences for concealing child abuse and neglect.

    The government’s consultation is the latest in an active and broad reform agenda, which includes a 200 million Monten Pounds investment in innovation, legislation and cross-governmental working.

     Rt. Hon. William Clinton MP (CM)

     Secretary of State for Education

  • 9 March 2018,

    HM Government calls to the European community to address the grave situation of instability that is happening in Omnibus. The fact that only natural born Omnibus citizens should be allowed in Omnibus and any that are not should be labeled as "undesirables" taken by peacekeepers and deported out of the country, its abhorrent into the eyes of the international community and the aggression this represent to human rights. Omnibus its creating a humanitarian crisis. And discriminating by reinstating the death penalty and banning guns from anyone who is not a natural born citizen of Omnibus. These are European citizens, HM Government calls the European Community to address this grave situation. Omnibus authorities are adopting a series of practices, norms and judicial decisions aimed at denationalizing people, migrants. 

    God Save The King! 

    Rt. Hon. Catherine M. Banks MP

    Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs

  • 18 March 2018,                                            

    HM Foreign and Commonwealth Office have been monitoring the situation in Omnibus, and we issue to all our nationals and Europeans an advisory that taveling to all areas of Omnibus is unsafe because of high levels of insurgent attack. This attacks due to instability have targeted official Omnibus and Montenbourg government convoys and compounds, foreign embassies, military installations, commercial entities, non-governmental organization (NGO) offices, hospitals, places of worship, restaurants, hotels, airports, and education centers due to the political instability. . We strongly advise against the travel to Omnibus at this time and the outbreak of a disease that has been deemed incurable by the authorities in Omnibus. 

    Montenbourg Embassy's ability will provide routine and emergency services to Montenbourgian citizens in Omnibus. We will provide evacuation options from Omnibus. 

    Due to risks to civil aviation operating within or in the vicinity of Omnibus, the Royal Aviation Administration (RAA) has issued a Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) and/or a Special Federal Aviation Regulation (SFAR).

    His Majesty's Government will be seeking sanctions on the businesses of Vladimir Rhaegar and the financial assets of him and his associates, including the freezing of assets in Montenbourg banks. HM Government will continue the asylum to President Shane Raimi, as our government believes its leader has been part of a coup.

    HM Government is open to dialogue with other nations to bring forward a solution to this crisis.

    God Save The King! 

    Rt. Hon. Catherine M. Banks MP

    Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs


  • Press Release

    26 March, 2018

    As head of HM Government, and personally I give my special thanks to the Rt. Hon. Catherine Banks for her perdurable service heading the FCO, I must say that mantaining high during all these governments has been good for the sustain of our Foreign Relations. HM Government accepts her resignation, and awaits the formal declaration of His Majesty the King. We call the Council to submit their applications for a new Secretary of state for Foreign Relations.

    The Rt. Hon. William Anderson, MP

    Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Montenbourg

  • 27 March, 2018

    "Good evening everyone, the country has just taken part in a giant democratic exercise, perhaps the biggest in our history. A decision held by our coalition, and a scandal. This afternoon in this room, from this chair, I testified before the Office of Independent Counsel and the grand jury. I answered their questions truthfully, including questions about my private life, questions no Montenbourgian citizen would ever want to answer. 

    I know that my public comments and my silence about this matter gave a false impression. I misled people, including even my wife. I deeply regret that.I can only tell you I was motivated by many factors. First, by a desire to protect myself from the embarrassment of my own conduct. I was also very concerned about protecting my family. The fact that these questions were being asked in a politically inspired lawsuit, which has since been dismissed, was a consideration, too. Still, I must take complete responsibility for all my actions, both public and private. And that is why I am speaking to you tonight.

    Now, this matter is between me, the two people I love most -- my wife and our daughter -- and our God. I must put it right, and I am prepared to do whatever it takes to do so. Nothing is more important to me personally. But it is private, and I intend to reclaim my family life for my family. It's nobody's business but ours. 

    Even prime ministers have private lives. It is time to stop the pursuit of personal destruction and the prying into private lives and get on with our national life. Our country has been distracted by this matter for too long, and I take my responsibility for my part in all of this. That is all I can do. Now it is time -- in fact, it is past time to move on.

    We should be proud of the fact that we trust the people for these big decisions.We not only have a parliamentary democracy, but on questions about the arrangements for how we've governed there are times when it is right to ask the people themselves and that is what we have done.

    But the Montenbourgian people and the Coalition have made a very clear decision to take a different path and as such I think the country requires fresh leadership to take it in this direction. I will do everything I can as Prime Minister to steady the ship over the coming days but I do not think it would be right for me to try to be the captain that steers our country to its next destination.

    This is not a decision I've taken lightly but I do believe it's in the national interest to have a period of stability and then the new leadership required.  Delivering stability will be important and I will continue in post as counselor of the new CMP Prime Minister with my Cabinet for the next three months.

    The Cabinet will meet on Monday.

    We will also continue taking forward the important legislation that we set before Parliament in the King's Speech.

    And I have spoken to His Majesty the King this morning to advise him of the steps that I am taking.

    The Montenbourg people have made a choice, that not only needs to be respected but those on the losing side of the argument - myself included - should help to make it work. Montenbourg is a special country - we have so many great advantages - a parliamentary democracy where we resolve great issues about our future through peaceful debate, a great trading nation with our science and arts, our engineering and our creativity, respected the world over.

    And while we are not perfect I do believe we can be a model for the multi-racial, multi-faith democracy, that people can come and make a contribution and rise to the very highest that their talent allows.

    I love this country and I feel honoured to have served it for 10 years and I will do everything I can in future to help this great country succeed. Thank you very much."

    The Rt. Hon. William Anderson, MP

    Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Montenbourg


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