First Session (May 1, 2012 - August 31, 2012)Edit

The first session of the Administrative Branch began on May first, 2012. It began small, only six members, as citizenship in the Triumvirate was low at this time. The members were very effective in using the system built for this branch and, with assistance from Major Executive Arnold Ogamon, quickly began the process to elect the first Speaker of the Administration, Nremni. They then chose Andrew Mearl as the Deputy Speaker and proceeded to build the branch into a manifestation of the people and their voice in government.

Second Session (September 1, 2012 - December 31, 2012)Edit


Third Session (January 1, 2013 - April 30, 2013)Edit

The third session of the Administrative Branch passed the Maine-Mearl Administrative Revision Plan, which would significantly alter how Administrators would be elected and how the operation of the Administrative Branch would commence for the next trimester. They also approved the original Procedural Rules of the Administrative Branch.

Fourth Session (May 1, 2013 - August 31, 2013)Edit

Fifth Session (September 1, 2013 - December 31, 2013)Edit

The fifth session of the Administrative Branch was the first time in Triumvirate history that the Speaker and Deputy Speaker were both from the same party, representing an extremely conservative mindset in the Triumvirate at the time.


Sixth Session (January 1, 2014 - April 30, 2014)Edit

Seventh Session (May 1, 2014 - August 31, 2014)Edit

Eighth Session (September 1, 2014 - December 31, 2015)Edit

The eighth session of the Administration saw the addition of two additional seats, increasing the size of the Administration to eight Administrators.


Ninth Session (January 1, 2015 - April 30, 2015)Edit

In the ninth session of the Administration, some significant alterations were made in the Administration including new rules (set to go into effect for the next Speaker election) for the election of the Speaker/Underspeaker and the renaming of the Deputy Speaker to "Underspeaker". The creation of the Associate Speaker and the Associate Underspeaker positions also took place in this Administration.

Tenth Session (May 1, 2015 - August 31 2015)Edit

Eleventh Session (September 1, 2015 - December 31, 2016)Edit

  • Speaker of the Administration: Luke Cannon (Progressive), Pierce Ehtya (Union)
  • Underspeaker: John Brayer (Libertarian), Harrison Mearl (Establishment)
  • Associate Speaker: Howard Coleson (Cosmopolitan)
  • Associate Underspeaker: Harrison Mearl (Establishment), Aaron Ehtya (Union)
  • Members: Aaron Ehtya, Leonard Misset (resigned to become a Supreme Court justice on September 15, replaced by Emanuel Curesse for the duration of the trimester), Arthur H. Feld, Pierce Ehtya. Luke Cannon's seat, on his resignation on November 20, was filled by Bradford Durand for the duration of the trimester)

Following the resignation of Underspeaker Brayer (as he was elected Head of the Treasury in the Executive Branch) on November 13, 2015, elections for the leadership of the Administration were required, during which Luke Cannon removed himself from the running and Pierce Ehtya (U) was elected as Speaker on November 20, 2015, and Harrison Mearl (E) was elected as Underspeaker.

Twelfth Session (January 23, 2016 - ) Edit

  • Speaker of the Administration: Henry Gobar (Progressive)
  • Underspeaker: Jackson Eden (Independent)
  • Associate Speaker: None
  • Associate Underspeaker: None
  • Members: Henry Gobar, Jackson Eden

Following the Winter Attacks on the Triumvirate and the loss of the majority of the members of the government, Major Executive Rice appointed Henry Gobar and Jackson Eden to the Administrative Branch in order to ensure continuity of government. It was also during this Sessions that the Open Administration Act passed, allowing the public viewing of Administrative matters.

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