The Prime Minister of Lostisland, also known as the Federal Prime Minister is the Lostislandic Head of Government. Since the creation of the office in April 2013 it was only ever held by two people.
The Rt. Hon. Denys Tezdzhanenko, the Prime Minister of Lostisland, is a Ukrainian and Dutch developer and stakeholder. In addition to his status as Prime Minister, Denys Tezdzhanenko serves as the Minister of State Security and the Head of the IT Department.
Denys Tezdzhanenko joined the then Republic of Lostisland in January 2013 and was elected Captain Regent on 7 March 2013, succeeding the outgoing Stepan Ignatyev. When the Federal Republic of Lostisland was proclaimed on 4 April 2013, Denys Tezdzhanenko became the Prime Minister of the Federal Republic of Lostisland. After stepping down in May 2013 and being succeeded by the then Supreme Judge Irina Sopas, Denys Tezdzhanenko once again became Prime Minister on 14 February 2015 after winning the Prime Ministerial election, and assumed his third and current term on 7 May 2018 after scoring a victory on the snap election.
Ex officio the Prime Minister of Lostisland holds the status of co-Grand Master of the Order of the White Pigeon.
Denys Tezdzhanenko is a speaker of Ukrainian, Russian, Dutch, English and Crimean Tatar.
The Prime Minister is assisted in the exercise of his duties by the Deputy Prime Minister, who is also elected on a single ticket.
Hon. Maria Ostroukhova, the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Minority Affairs of Lostisland, is a Russian opera singer and socialite. Maria Ostroukhova joined Lostisland in 2018 and participated in the Prime Ministerial election as the running mate of Denys Tezdzhanenko, assuming office on 7 May 2018. In addition to her status as Deputy Prime Minister, Maria Ostroukhova serves as the Minister of Minority Affairs.
Maria Ostroukhova is a speaker of Russian, English, German and Italian.
Minister of State Security
Head of the IT Department
Minister of Minority Affairs
WHAT DOES THE PRIME MINISTER DO?
The Prime Minister of Lostisland is elected on a universal voting for a four-year term. However, the first election took place only in February 2015. The Constitution of Lostisland doesn’t place any restrictions on the number of terms for Prime Minister.
- The Federal Prime Minister shall be the head of the Government.
- The Federal Prime Minister shall be responsible for implementing the policy of government as decided by the Federal President.
The Prime Minister of Lostisland is elected on a universal voting for a four-year term. However, the first election took place only in February 2015. The Constitution of Lostisland doesn’t place any restrictions on the number of terms for the Prime Minister.
|1||Denys Tezdzhanenko||Freedom and Democracy||April 5, 2013||May 10, 2013|
|2||Irina Sopas||Not affiliated||May 10, 2013||December 31, 2014|
|Acting Prime Minister||Irina Sopas||Not affiliated||January 1, 2015||February 13, 2015|
|3||Denys Tezdzhanenko||Not affiliated||February 14, 2015||March 24, 2018|
|Acting Prime Minister||Denys Tezdzhanenko||Not affiliated||March 24, 2018||May 5, 2018|
|4||Denys Tezdzhanenko||All-Lostislandic Union "Taking Lostisland Back"||May 5, 2018||Incumbent|