King of Roskya

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The king of Roskya is the monarch of the Kingdom of Roskya. The position was created on 14th of October, 2020, following the devolvement of the Empire of Roskya to a Kingdom.

King of Roskya
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Johann I

Style His Majesty
Heir apparent Kris Hudson
First monarch Johann I
Formation 15 April 2020


The position of King was originally created as the position of Tsar on 15 April 2020. On 17 June 2020, the position, along with the title of Tsarevich, were renamed to Keisari and Kruununprinssi, respectively.[1] (Literally: Emperor and Crown Prince) The title was later changed to King on 14 October 2020, though it retained it's foreign spelling (Kuningas), which became illegal on 19 March 2021 following the passing of the Titles & Styles Act.

Kris Hudson abdicated as Keisari of Roskya on 28 September 2020, resulting in Johann Kümmel becoming the new Keisari.[2][3] On October 14th, Imperial Order 05 was issued, renaming the position of Keisari to Kuningas.[1]


The King of Roskya acts as the chief delegate and head of state of Roskya.[4]

List of monarchs

List of reigning monarchs of Roskya
Image Regal name
Reign Chancellors Notes
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Andreas I
Kris Hudson
15 April 2020 28 September 2020 Christina Nowell
Brandon Mierzwa
Founded Roskya, known as its Emperor all throughout his reign.
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Johann I
Johann Kümmel
28 September 2020 Incumbent Brandon Mierzwa
Christina Nowell
Kris Hudson
Christina Nowell
Kris Hudson
First King of Roskya, known as Emperor until 14 October 2020. Oversaw the ratification of the Wrythe and Edgbaston Conventions, as well as the ratification of the Constitution.


  1. 1.0 1.1 Imperial Order 005, The Micronational Law Archive. Retreived 2020-10-21.
  2. "Keisari of Roskya abdicates". The MicroJournal. Retrieved 2020-09-28.
  3. @RoskyanEmpire, "@_Andreas_Hudson has abdicated the position of Keisari to @bishopjohannbob.",Twitter.
  4. Constitution of the Kingdom of Roskya via Google Docs, Government of Roskya. Retreived 2020-10-28.