|Legislative Triumvir of Disparu|
Triumvir législatif du Disparu
|Term length||Five years|
|Inaugural holder||Spencer Fowl|
|Formation||5 March 2009|
The Legislative Triumvir of Disparu (French: Triumvir législatif du Disparu) was the head of the Parliament, and was also a member of the Executive Council. The last Legislative Triumvir was Paul Berlitz (EPD).
The Legislative Triumvir was responsible for the regulation and management of the legislative branch, and was also required to sign all laws passed by the Senate and Commons. The Legislative Triumvir also acted as the supervisor of the speakers of both legislative houses.
The Legislative Triumvir was appointed by the Chancellor. The Legislative Triumvir is not required to be a MP or Senator to be appointed as one, although it is recommended.
The Legislative Triumvir, along with his/her executive and judicial counterparts, formed the Royal Triumvirate, which took over the Chancellor's duties and responsibilities if the Chancellor was unavailable.
The position was abolished from the Government following the reformation of Disparu after the Second Quiet Revolution, although some of its powers has been transferred to the office of the Chancellor.
List of TriumvirsEdit
|1||Spencer Fowl||6 March 2009—10 May 2010|
|2||Paul Berlitz||10 May 2010—15 January 2012|