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Ministry of Infrastructure of Michaelberg
ministry
Federal
Incumbent
Herald Welland
Term length5-15 years
Inaugural holderHerald Welland

Ministry History[]

When the nation of Michaelberg was first created, Blitzkreig1010 created a plethora of ministries that would be responsible for various tasks. The Ministry of Infrastructure was one of these first ministries to be created and was to be responsible for the construction and maintenance of all major infrastructure and government projects. Within the Michaelberg constitution, section 20E describes the functions and operations that the Ministry of Infrastructure would be responsible. Here is an excerpt from the Michaelberg Constitution:

The Ministry of Infrastructure, which shall be one of the seven ministries to be established in the sovereign nation of Michaelberg, will be responsible for the construction and maintenance of all present and future government projects, ranging from infrastructure to improvements and even national wonders. The job of the Minister of Infrastructure, which shall be elected every five years, is to not only supervise the operations of the ministry itself, but to also hold a seat in the President's Cabinet and give regular reports about the ministry to the current President. If either of these duties are not fulfilled by the Minister of Infrastructure, the other Ministers and the President can decide to impeach them through a vote.

Famous Ministry Directives[]

MoI Directive No. 1: Privatization Act[]

The first directive to be issued by the Ministry of Infrastructure was the Privatization Act, which stated that all future Ministry of Infrastructure projects were going to be auctioned out to privately-owned construction firms in order to ensure the highest quality possible. Following the enactment of the Privatization Act, many construction companies were set up within Michaelberg including Michaelberg Labour Corporation, Labour Limited and Blitz Labour and Maintenance Inc.

MoI Directive No. 2: Privatization Act II[]

The second directive to be issued by the Ministry of Infrastructure was the Privatization Act II, which was to replace the original Privatization Act. This new piece of legislation stated that five Labour Camps were to be set up and three of the five of the newly established camps were to be given to the most deserving privately-owned corporations. The remaining two however, were to remain in public possession for the time being and were to compete with the privately owned corporations. The three private labour camps were given to the Michaelberg Labour Corporation, Labour Limited and Blitz Labour and Maintenance Inc.

Notable Ministers and Others[]

  • Herald Welland (First Minister of Infrastructure)
  • John Smith (CEO of Michaelberg Labour Corporation)
  • Martha Petrenova (CEO of Labour Limited)
  • Michael Risewater (CEO of Blitz Labour and Maintenance Inc.)
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