Emanuel, Prince of Beremagne

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Emanuel of Beremagne
His Serene Highness,
the Prince of Beremagne
Official Portrait of Emanuel.
Prince of Beremagne
Reign 11 February 2018 - present
Predecessor Throne established
Duke of Aiken
Reign 03 September 2018 - present
Predecessor Duchess Rita of Aiken
House House of Dovimaldi-Nassor
Father H.R.H Nicolas, The duke of Nishmuff
Mother H.R.H Frederique, The countess of Taulerne
Born October 28
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Occupation Monarch, Private Pilot
Signature

The Prince Emanuel of Beremagne, (In french "Emanuel de Bérémagne"), born as Emanuel of Dovimaldi-Nassor, is the Constitutional Monarch of the Principality of Beremagne, of Tamopa and of Aiken since the February 11th 2018, day of the formation of the first Beremian Government. The principality of Beremagne wasn't created by His Serene Highness to promote any political system but in the way to create new systems for the future Macronational world. He noticed by Royal Decrets that his political opinions in the MacroWorld are differents and that he "can't be accused of false opinions by cause of he Micronational's status".

Early Life

Born at the beggining of the XXIè century in France, first child of a two-children family, Emanuel actually works in the Economical spinneret to become a French Diplomat.

Establishment of the principality of Beremagne

Accession and Coronation

Emanuel of Dovimaldi-Nassor is already, in 2017, a fervent micronationalist, who seeks to learn more about these states not listed on the maps of the world. It is gradually getting closer to francophone nations until February 2018. The 11 February 2018, when he is proclaimed as the new Sovereign of Beremagne. three days after, his is crowned by his new government, ruled by the Grand-Duke Aurand. On this day, he became officially the ruler of tens of citizens, and of more than 1 000 km².

First years of reign

At the date mentionned above, the Prince's Government declaring the non-organized territory of Lac-Ministuk (Canada), to be independant from the British Crown.

Extrait of The original Declaration of Sovereignty of Beremagne.

At the beggining, the principality was ruled by an Absolute Monarchy, which became a Constitutional Monarchy with the first constitution, published and signed by the young prince during March 2018.

During the first year of reign, two micronation were anexed by the princely governement, followed by the destitution of the prince Esteban of Tamopa, and of the Duchess Rita of Aiken. These states now hold the general appellation of "States of the Crown" and are ruled by a Governor General (for Tamopa), and by the Prince of Beremagne (for Aiken)

Below you can find the diffrents symbols of these two states:


Contitutional Powers

The Constitution of the principality of Beremagne keep many rights already exercised by the Crown. As main tasks, the Prince must represent the principality, as well as moderate the Grand-Duke's Government. The Sovereign is the head of state and the responsible of the unity of the nation.

Titles and Distinctions

Titles

Monarchical styles of
Emanuel of Beremagne
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Reference styleHis Serene Highness
Spoken styleYour Serene Highness
Alternative styleSir


  • 2002  : His Excellency Emanuel of Dovimaldi-Nassor
  • 2017  : His Excellency Emanuel, Lord of Blackwood.
  • 2018  : His Serene Highness the Prince of Beremagne, Duke of Merania, Duke of Aiken, Duke of Obernai, Earl of the Sagueunay and Lac-Saint-Jean-Est, Earl of Dattier, Lord of La-Bidière, Lord of Blackwood.

Distinctions

Beremian Distinctions

  • Beremagne.png Grand-Master of the Order of Beremagne (2018)
  • Beremagne.png Grand-Master of the Order of the Royal House of Beremagne (2018)
  • Beremagne.png Grand-Master of the Order of the Ecological Merit (2019)
  • Beremagne.png Grand-Master of the Order of the Order of the Eagle (2018)


Foreign Distinctions

  • Karniarutheniaflag.png Knight First Class of the Order of the Lion (2018)
  • LochaberFlag.png Officer of the Order of Desses (2018)
  • LochaberFlag.png Knight of the Order of the Hat (2018)



Emanuel, Prince of Beremagne
Royal titles
Preceded by
HM Elizabeth II, Queen of Canada
HSH Emanuel, Prince of Beremagne
11 February 2018 - present
Succeeded by
Incumbent
Preceded by
HG Rita, Duchess of Aiken
HSH Emanuel, Prince of Beremagne, Duke of Aiken
03 September 2018 - present
Succeeded by
Incumbent