Kingdom of Aurilië
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Kingdom of Aurilië
|Motto: Nec Culpas Nec Metuas (Dutch: noch begeerte noch anst)|
|Anthem: De keizershymne|
and largest city
|Official languages||Dutch (Belgian)|
• Prime Minister appointed by H.M. the King
• Secretary of defense
|Legislature||Senate of Aurilië|
|Establishment||22 January 2017|
|Time zone||(GMT +1)|
Aurilië, officially the Kingdom of Aurilië (Dutch: Koninkrijk Aurilië), is a micronation with a claim in Belgium, which was founded in 2017 by a Belgian group of friends. Aurilië is currently not recognised by any government or country acknowledged by the United Nations
On 1 June 2016, Regent Rafael I proclaimed the establishment of the Kingdom of Aurilië in the capital city of the Royal Estate. The first government was established on the 22th of January On 22 Januari 2018, the prime minister resigned en the King fired the Government. As there were not enough member to form a new government, the King singed the memorial act so there was no government necessary.
Aurilië was a constitutional monarchy since 2016, with the Prince regent of Aurilië as head of state. The executive branch consists of the Regent and the Prime minister as the head of government, who presides over a six-member. The Kingdom was ruled by the Prince regent and the Senate. The 20 members of the Senate of State are elected every four years. according to the constitution, the King has the power to rule almost sovereign over the Kingdom.
- General governor of the Senate of State: the chairman of the Senate when the King isn't present at the session.
The household of the Prince:
- Lord Chancellor: the person how prepares the charters and other documents.
- Lord Chamberlain: keeper of the Royal Palace, he is in charge of all the staff.
- Lord Treasurer: he keeps the finance of the palace in order.
Secretaries of State:
- Prime minister
- Secretary of Foreign Affairs
- Secretary of Internal Affairs
- Secretary of Justice
- Secretary of Defence
- Secretary of Culture