Ciprian, King of Juclandia

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King of Juclandia
King of Juclandia
Assumed office 23 August 2010 - present
Coronation 23 August 2010
Prime Minister Bestia Reformescu
Iepurica Democrescu
Teddy Populescu
Gori Jucărescu
Prince of Jucărești
Reign 23 August 2010 - 1 May 2015
Head of state of the predecessor states of Juclandia
In office September 2001 - July 2003
July 2005 - June 2010
Preceded by Office established
Bestia Reformescu
Succeeded by Bestia Reformescu
Gori Jucărescu
Prime Minister Ursu Viselinschi
Elena Iliescu
Pisica Democrescu
Bestia Reformescu
Gori Jucărescu
Leon Jucărescu
Leopold Jucărescu
Religion Church of Juclandia

Ciprian (legal name: Ciprian Sorin of Juclandia; born September 1997) is the King of Juclandia and Chairman of the Federal Union of Juclandian Lands. He was elected and crowned King of Juclandia in August 2010, after the abolition of the republican system of government. While considered a monarch by most standards, most Juclandian political theorists now consider the office of King to be of a republican nature, as it is elected through popular vote and is not the holder of sovereignty.

King Ciprian is a Juclandian politician and historian of Romanian origin, having held the position of head of state for most of Juclandia's history. He also served as Leader of the Socialist Christian-Democratic Party. Politically a left-libertarian, he had continuously promoted a socially liberal platform and a co-operative market economy. On the international stage, he has previously served as Chair of the Grand Unified Micronational, Vice Secretary-General of the Organisation of Active Micronations, and as Supreme Judge of the Grand Unified Micronational. He also served as a member of the collective head of state of Rukora and as head of government of Tiana.


Early life

The monarch was born in the second part of the last decade of the 20th century at the local lying-in hospital.

Foundation of Juclandia

The relationship between the monarch and his grandmother, Elena Iliescu, was very close, and the young monarch was visiting almost daily his grandmother at her residence in Cipimania. Elena had shared a lot of stories about fictional countries and worlds, and had made him think about making one himself. With help from Elena Iliescu, they built together a simulated nation based on stuffed toys as citizens, and the country, then-called "The Country of Toys" was officially founded on the monarch's 4th birthday on 10 September 2001.


The Monarch became the first President of the Country of Toys until July 2003, when he was replaced by the first and only non-human head of state in the history of Juclandia, Bestia Reformescu. After two years of presidency, Reformescu was replaced back by the King, who remained as republican head of state of the Juclandian nations until June 2010, when he resigned to prepare for the transition of the country to a constitutional monarchy.

Kingdom of Juclandia

The King also served as Prince of Jucărești between August 2010 and June 2015, serving as head of state in the province of Jucărești under the federal framework of the Constitution of 2011.


The King's political compass.

Ciprian served as President, and thus head of state, for most of Juclandia's history under a republican form of government. He also served as leader of the country's first and most important historical party, the Socialist Christian-Democratic Party, initially named the Communist Christian-Democratic Party. While the King's economic views always belonged to what is considered the left-wing of the political spectrum, they gradually evolved from strong support for a planned state-controlled economy to a democratic co-operative economy, in line with Juclandia's cultural changes.

Socially, he promoted a hardline conservative view on society, and was against abortion, LGBT rights, liberal drug policies as well as what he deemed to be attacks on the Christian Orthodox fabric of our society and traditional values of the state. However, his views were usually at odds with the ones promoted by other human citizens of Juclandia, and he gradually changed his views during the early 2010s.

Even though non-partisan, the King is a strong promoter of social libertarianism and believes that the state should play no role in promoting questions of morality or individual values. While he still sees a role for the Church in state affairs, he was the main promoter of the Church of Juclandia abandoning its hardline interpretation of Orthodox Christianity, promoting instead a new Christian theology called Juclandian Christianity.

Awards and decorations

Monarchical styles of
King of Juclandia
Royal Coat of Arms of Juclandia.png
Reference style His Majesty
Spoken style Your Majesty
Alternative style Sir

The King has been wide known for his custom to reject any awarded decoration or order, having refused even the Juclandian ones that have been given to him by the position of head of state. Because of the rejection, Juclandia could not have any decoration, being customary that the King be the sovereign of the orders. By refusing to do so, the orders could not be legally founded. However, after months of negotiations, on 19 June 2013, the King has accepted to be the Sovereign of the Juclandian decorations and award, and the Law on the National System of Juclandian Decorations has been passed by the Assembly of Deputies on 20 June 2013. The current awards and decorations of the King are as follows:

  • Sovereign of the Order of the Cross of Juclandia
  • Sovereign of the Order of the Steel Crown
  • Sovereign of the Order «Elena Iliescu»
  • Sovereign of the Order of the Principality

The King furthermore accepted membership of the Austenasian Order of Saint Constantine on 21 May 2016.

Preceded by: King of Juclandia Succeded by: Flag-of-Juclandia.png
Office created 23 August 2010 - present Incumbent