Great Lawl Reich Monarchy
|Tsar of Great Lawl Reich|
|Style||His Imperial Majesty|
|First monarch||Stefan I|
|Formation||17 February 2015
The Monarchy of the Great Lawl Reich is the reigning institution in the Great Lawl Reich. The reigning male Monarchs are referred to as Tsar and reigning female monarchs are referred to as Tsaritsa. The current Monarch of the Great Lawl Reich is Tsar Stefan I.
Powers and duties
- The power to issue laws.
- The power to veto laws.
- The power to approve Candidates for Prime Minister.
- The power to appoint Prime Minister, Governors, Premiers, etc.
The Monarchy was established by Tsar Stefan I on 17 February 2017 after proclaiming independence. Stefan proclaimed himself King. A classmate of Stefan claimed to be the Leader of the Great Lawl Reich sometime between March and April 2014, but renounced his claim at the end of June 2014. On 17 February 2015, Stefan changed his title from King to Tsar.
List of monarchs
|Portrait||Name||Born||Became Monarch||Ceased to be Monarch||Reign||Relation to the previous Monarch||House|
|Stefan I||25 September 2000||17 February 2014 (King)
17 February 2015 (Tsar)
|Incumbent||9 years, 280 days||Throne established||Not stated|
Line of Succession
The Great Lawl Reich currently follows male-preference (cognatic) primogeniture. The father of Tsar Stefan I is not included in the line of succession and older brother of Tsar Stefan I is excluded from the line of succession along with his possible children. Currently, there is no formally established heir to the Great Lawl Throne.
The full style of the Great Lawl Monarch is as follows:
His Imperial, Royal, and Serene Majesty, NN, By the Grace of God, Tsar of the Great Lawl Reich; Tsar of Butugychag, of Yeno, of Aquariana, and of the Aleunnic Czardom; Tsar and Reich Protector of Bolson; Tsar of Oblea; King of New Slin and of South Yeno.[n 1]
- The different spellings of Tsar are rendered as Tsar in the full style, so the Tzar of Yeno would be rendered as Tsar of Yeno. The same thing applies to the different spellings of Tsaritsa.