Daltonese Monarchy

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Queen of Dalton-Arika
Dahsẅpilnu Ker’nu
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Patricia I

Style Her Majesty
First monarch Miheal of Dalton
Formation 2012

The Monarchy of Dalton-Arika is constitutional and as such, the role and position of the monarch are defined and limited by the constitution of Dalton-Arika. Consequently a fairly large portion of the Daltonese-Arikan constitution is devoted to the monarch; roughly a third of the constitution describes the succession, mechanisms of accession and abdication to the throne, the roles and responsibilities of the monarch and the formalities of communication between the States-General of the Netherlands and the monarch in the creation of laws.

The constitution refers to the monarch of the Kingdom of Dalton-Arika as "The King", though the monarch may be a king as well as a queen.

The Kingdom of Dalton-Arika has been an independent monarchy since 2013 when Dalton used to be a Empire but then in 2013 the Daltonese Revolution began since in 2013 Daltonese monarchy has been restored.