Head of state
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A head of state is the holder of the highest office of a country. In micronationalism, it is commonly a emperor or king. The head of state may differ from the head of Government, such as a premier (generic term for heads of government), which are usually in charge of the legislature. In some micronations, the head of state may also serve as the head of government.
Although uncommon, in some micronations the head of state may have little to no power. This is more common in macronations, such as India or Jamaica.
According to the Micronational Leaders Index, An emperor is the most common type of head of state, followed by president and then prince.
- See also: Category:Heads of state
Current heads of state
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Green cells indicate heads of state whose offices constitutionally administer the executive of their respective state/government.
Blue cells indicate non–ceremonial heads of state with limited power or de facto government leaders whose offices lack de jure constitutional power