Kingdom of Granderia

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Kingdom of Granderia
கிராண்டேரியா இராச்சியம் (Tamil)
Motto: "Sapientia Regis Nostri Guide"
"The King's Wisdom Our Guide"
Anthem: "The King's Wisdom Our Guide!"
Royal anthem: "God Save the King!"
Great Seal
Yellow line marks the border nicknamed the "Demilitarized Zone".
Yellow line marks the border nicknamed the "Demilitarized Zone".
and largest city
Crownechester City
42.473738, -83.505033
Official languagesTamil
English (BrE)
Latin (For Ceremonies)
Recognized regional languages
Ethnic groups
GovernmentUnitary Constitutionalist Absolute Monarchy
• Monarch
Vikramaditya, Prince of Leonistria
Vikramaditya, Prince of Leonistria
National Council
Establishment, Organization, & Independence 
from the United States
• Establishment of the Provisional Regency Government (Formation of the State Regency Council) by order of the Prince Regent
April 20, 2022
• Declaration of Rights of the Subjects of His Majesty the King, Vikramaditya I
November 24, 2022
• Provisional Constitution of Granderia
November 27, 2022
• Adoption of the Official Permanent Constitution
December 25, 2022
• Declaration of Independence
December 25, 2022
• Proclaimation & Investiture of the Prince of Leonistria
December 25, 2022
• Total
9.2 km2 (3.6 sq mi) (174th)
• Water (%)
• 2022 estimate
1 (inhabitants) (199th)
• 2020 census
1 (citizens)
• Density
1,243/km2 (3,219.4/sq mi) (199th)
GDP (PPP)2022 estimate
• Total
G$1,197.9 Bln[1]
• Per capita
G$175894 (10th)
GDP (nominal)2022 estimate
• Total
G$1,120.7 Bln[1] (10th)
• Per capita
Gini (2022) 21.8
low · 45th
HDI (2022) 0.985
very high · 23rd
CurrencyGranderian Dollar (KGD)
Time zoneUTC−4 (EST)
• Summer (DST)
Date formatdd/mm/yyyy
Driving sideright
Calling code+1
  1. The Dollar is the country's main and domestic currency used in all official transactions within Granderia.
  2. The United States Dollar is also the official currency and it is used for trade between the United States.

The Kingdom of Granderia is a country located in the United States of America, commonly referred as a micronation by outsiders. It is an absolute monarchy where the sovereign is the head of state and government, He is the Lord High Councillor & President-General of the National Council, Lord High Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Prime Minister of the Kingdom. Granderia, known by its short-form name. Granderia has yet to declare independence. is an autonomous sovereign state, commonly known as a micronation. Located in the Kingdom of Granderia , in the North American Continent. Granderia is an Absolute monarchy with a unicameral parliament, headed by King Vikramaditya I. The nation is comprised of forty-eight Provinces divided into prefecture and counties that are headed by a duke appointed by the King.

It is entirely bordered by the U.S. on all sides of the nation. Each Province has twelve Members of Parliament that Represent the whole Province who are directly appointed by the Crown. Many similarities and history is shared with the United States, India, and the UK. The Tamil language is one of the two official languages with the other being British English. Other languages are also encouraged. The nation is a developing country with almost no economic resources as it does not collect taxes and does not export any goods. However, Government with help of the His Majesty's Reserve Bank and postal service draft plans to start the economy by first step valorizing the currency. The Kingdom ranks high on the Human Development Index, offering social security and a Universal Healthcare system. The Kingdom is the Founding member of the United Micronations.

Granderia has not declared independence yet, as its leader is still trying to find suitable land for the establishment of the Kingdom. The Crown Prince, Vikramaditya I, who currently is holding the title Prince Regent, since he is heading the Provisional Regency Government, meaning the provisional government is in charge until a permanent government is formed and the Crown Prince being crowned King. He formed the State Regency Council and convened it so there's regular functioning and continuation of government on April 30, 2022. The SRC government is in acting protocol, with the prince Regent acting as Prime Minister Pro Tempore. When the Prince Regent/Crown Prince is crowned he shall form a permanent government and commence governing and civil service protocols.


The name Granderia comes from the word Grander which is magnificent and imposing in appearance, size, or style, very good or enjoyable; excellent, or denoting the largest or most important item of its kind. Everything is grand in this country from anything homes to food. Then the (ia) is added at the end to make an official country.


The Great Thinking Era was a period of uncertainty when the founder of the Kingdom, the then Captain Sir Vikramaditya, now, Crown Prince & Regent, was in great dilemma whether to choose a constitutional monarchy where the Monarch is just head of state and a figurehead with only ceremonial powers or a Absolute Monarchy where the total powers are held by the King as prime minister. The Great Thinking Era ended when the founder of the Kingdom decided to choose a Absolute Monarchy because the King can do great good with ultimate powers with our without parliament's advice. Moreover the Era also included which type of government should be chosen whether a unitary government or a federal government, the founder chose a quasi-federal system under a feudal monarchy where the nobles of the realm can govern in their respective territories in all levels of government but they are prohibited by the Sovereign to raise armies of their own. The Era also included whether to choose a Civil Law or Common Law. The Founder chose civil law since its easier to reference and requires less revisions. The Era ended on April 20, 2022.

On 20 April 2022, The Provisional Government was established by the State Regency Council on the Order of the Acting Prime Minister, the Prince Regent, Vikramaditya I of Granderia.

The Provisional Government adopted the Declaration of the Rights of the Citizens and established a Bill of Rights. These rights are meant to be held sacred as those rights are lawfully begotten by the Subjects of His Royal Highness, the Prince of Drakonia, The Crown Prince and Regent by God.

The Provisional Government was established in April 2022 based on the theory of self-determination and self-sovereignty. The Crown Prince is the Prince Regent as Head of Government and State. He is the current acting prime minister. He shall be crowned King when the country fully establishes. The provisional constitution has been in force since April 30th of 2022. It sets out basic governing policies and rights.

The Crown, Sovereign, and Peerage

The Sovereign Head of State and Government of the Kingdom of Granderia, is the Sovereign, who is blessed by the Grace of God of Granderia. The Sovereign shall be the head of the cabinet as prime minister. The Current Dynasty is the Simha Dynasty.

  • Monarchy is the system of rule in the Kingdom of Granderia
  • The Crown Prince shall devote himself exclusively to his duties as Crown Prince and shall perform any other duties delegated to him by the Sovereign.
  • Upon the death of the Sovereign, the Crown Prince shall assume the Royal powers until a pledge of allegiance is given.
  • The Sovereign shall be Prime Minister, Speaker-General of the National Council in Parliament, and Lord Justice of the Supreme Court.

The Sovereign, that is the King is the personification of the State and Government of the highest authority, and of the unity of people, executive and judicial authority from the citizens of the Kingdom, in who resides in Sovereignty.

The Sovereign reigns for life, or until voluntary abdication due to certified permanent incapacitation.

The Sovereign exercises its absolute power as prime minister and can appoint any citizen of Granderia to a government position. The Sovereign also grants peerage titles to citizens and government heads (non-royal).

He shall appoint the following Officials with titles of government in the following:

  • National Council Delegates (Title of Baron after service)
  • Ministers (If a minister is a member of the royal family the Sovereign shall grant a title after Ministership)

The Peerage of the Kingdom

The peerage in the United Kingdom is a legal system comprising both hereditary and lifetime titles, composed of various noble ranks, and forming a constituent part of the British honours system. The term peerage can be used both collectively to refer to the entire body of nobles (or a subdivision thereof), and individually to refer to a specific title (modern English language-style using an initial capital in the former case but not the latter). British peerage title holders are termed peers of the Realm. The peerage’s fundamental roles are ones of government, peers being eligible (although formerly entitled) to a seat in the House of Lords, and of meritocracy, the receiving of any peerage being the highest of British honours (with the receiving of a more traditional hereditary peerage naturally holding more weight than that of a more modern, and less highly regarded, life peerage).

Peerages are created by the British monarch, like all Crown honours, being affirmed by Letters Patent affixed with the Great Seal of the Realm. Her Majesty’s Government in the United Kingdom makes recommendations to the Sovereign concerning who should be elevated to the peerage, after external vetting by the House of Lords Appointments Commission. Under present custom, the only new hereditary peerages granted are to members of the royal family; the last non-royal awardees of hereditary titles were in the Thatcher era. Since then, ruling parties have refrained from recommending any others to be elevated although there is nothing preventing future governments from doing so.

Peerage titles of Granderia in descending order

Peers are of five ranks, in descending order of hierarchy:

  1. Duke (Duchess)
  2. Marquess (Marchioness)
  3. Earl (Countess)
  4. Viscount (Viscountess)
  5. Baron (Baroness)
  6. Knight (Dame)

Governmental and Representative Peerage titles of Granderia descending order

These peers are essentially created for the sole purpose of governing in the legislature, executive, and the Judiciary.

Peers are of five ranks, in descending order of hierarchy:

  • Duke comes from the Latin dux, meaning 'leader'. The feminine form is Duchess. The Dukes, are the highest sub-national authority, since they are the governors of each respective Provinces, having all the powers that the King grants. Essentially, they are the head of the executive branch, head of the Legislature, and Head of the Judiciary.
  • Maruqess- The Marquess governs a District which is a marquessate.
  • Earl comes from the Old English or Anglo-Saxon eorl, meaning a military leader. The meaning may have been affected by the Old Norse jarl, meaning a free-born warrior or nobleman. The Earl governs the county as Earl-Commissioner, same powers are conferred from the King.
  • Viscount comes from the Latin vicecomes, meaning 'vice-count'. The feminine form is Viscountess. The Viscount governs a City or Municpality and is the Municipal Leader & Viscount-Mayor.
  • Baron comes from the Old Germanic baro, meaning 'freeman'. In the Peerage, a holder of the fifth rank is not called a 'Baron' but rather a 'Lord of Parliament'. Barons were traditionally holders of feudal dignities, not peers, but they are considered minor barons and are recognized by the crown as noble. The feminine form is Baroness. The title of Baron is the only possible rank of a life peerage, a life peerage being a considerably lesser honor than a hereditary peerage. The Barons are appointed by the king to govern the villages.

Baronets, while holders of hereditary titles, are not peers since baronetcies have never conferred noble status, although socially they are regarded as part of the aristocracy. Knights, dames and holders of other British non-hereditary chivalric orders, decorations, and medals are likewise not peers.

The Royal Household

The Royal Households of the Kingdom are the collective departments that support members of the Granderian Royal Family. Many members of the Royal Family who undertake public duties have separate households. In addition to the royal officials and support staff, the Sovereign's own household incorporates representatives of other estates of the Realm, including the Government, the Military, and the Temple. Government leaders, defense chiefs, several clerics, scientists, musicians, poets, and artists hold honorary positions within the Royal Household. In this way, the Royal Household may be seen as having a symbolic, as well as a practical, function: exemplifying the Monarchy's close relationship with other parts of the Constitution and of national life.

Vikramaditya I

Great Officers

The Great Officers of the Household are, in order of seniority, the Lord Steward, the Lord Chamberlain and the Master of the Horse. Only the Lord Chamberlain fulfils an executive function; while the other two continue to have a ceremonial role, and are to be seen particularly on State occasions.

Order Office Current holder Superseded by/Brief Description Royal Household
1 Lord High Steward of Granderia At coronations of the British monarch, the Lord High Steward bears St Edward's Crown. The Lord High Steward has the sole legal power to preside over impeachment trials of peers. Lord Steward of the Household
2 Lord High Chancellor of Granderia Minister of Law & Justice
3 Lord High Treasurer of the Kingdom of Granderia Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and First Lord of the Treasury

Chancellor and Under-Treasurer of His Majesty's Exchequer and Second Lord of the Treasury (Minister of Finance & Economy)

Lords Governors of His Majesty’s Treasury

4 Lord President of the Council Office reserved solely to the Sovereign.
5 Lord Keeper of the Privy Seal
6 Lord Great Chamberlain of Granderia Lord High Treasurer (in monetary affairs) Lord Chamberlain of the Household
7 Lord High Constable of Granderia Earl Marshal (in the command of troops) Master of the Horse to His Majesty
8 Earl Marshal of Granderia
9 Lord High Admiral of the Kingdom of Granderia
Heads of departments
  1. The Private Secretary to the Sovereign, manages the Private Secretary's Office, and also controls the Press Office, the King's Archives, and the Defense Services Secretary's Office, serves as principal advisor to the Sovereign and serves as the principal channel of communication between the Sovereign and his or her governments. Besides these, he also manages the Sovereign's official programme and correspondence.
  2. The Keeper of the Privy Purse has responsibility for the Sovereign's personal finances and those to do with semi-private concerns, along with, as Treasurer to the King oversight of the civil list.
  3. The Master of the Household has overall responsibility for the domestic workings of the Household.
  4. The Lord Chamberlain's Office is responsible for official royal occasions.
  5. The Royal Collection Department is overseen by its Director.
  6. Other units
  7. The Royal Almonry, Ecclesiastical Household, and Medical Household are functionally separate. For accounting purposes they are the responsibility of the Keeper of the Privy Purse and Treasurer to the King.
  8. The Crown Equerry has day-to-day operation of the Royal Mews, and is part of the Lord Chamberlain's Office. The other equerries have a different role: attending and assisting the King in her official duties from day to day.
  9. The Central Chancery of the Orders of Knighthood is also under the Lord Chamberlain's Office, as is the office of the Marshal of the Diplomatic Corps.
  10. The College of Arms has been a branch of the Royal Household. It was directly appointed by the Sovereign on the advice of the Earl Marshal. The college is a corporation of thirteen royal heralds, overseen by the Earl Marshal, a hereditary office held by the Duke of Norfolk. The college is self-supporting and receives no funds from the Crown. The college holds jurisdiction over all matters pertaining to heraldry, genealogy, and pedigrees.
  11. Certain independent and honorific posts include Master of the King's Music, Piper to the Sovereign, Poet Laureate, and Astronomer Royal. The King's Bargemaster, the Keeper of the Jewel House, the Serjeants-at-Arms, and the Warden and Marker of the Swans, perform less celebrated functions.
  12. The offices of Treasurer of the Household, Comptroller of the Household, and Vice-Chamberlain of the Household are held by senior government whips in the House of Commons. In the House of Lords, the Government Chief Whip is usually appointed Captain of the Gentlemen-at-Arms and the Deputy Chief Whip as Captain of the Yeomen of the Guard, with junior whips appointed as lords-in-waiting and baronesses-in-waiting. Occasionally these officers are called upon to undertake Household duties, especially the Vice-Chamberlain, who is responsible for writing regular parliamentary reports for the King.
  13. The Gentlemen-in-waiting, who are in personal attendance on the King on a daily basis, are formally styled either Gentlemen of the bedchamber or Men of the bedchamber. They are notionally overseen by the Mister of the Robes – historically the senior male member of the Royal Household, but today a ceremonial position.
  14. The Household includes a number of honorary military appointments: the aides-de-camp to the King, the two Gold Sticks and the Vice Admiral and Rear Admiral of the Kingdom. In addition, the two corps of royal bodyguards (the Gentlemen at Arms and the Yeomen of the Guard) are part of the Household.
  15. Gentlemen ushers are unpaid members of the Royal Household, often retired military officers, who provide occasional assistance as marshals at royal events. The Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod is an important official in the Houses of Parliament; but technically he too is a member of the Royal Household (and acts as the King's messenger at the State Opening).
  16. The royal residences in current use are cared for and maintained by the Royal Household Property and Palaces Agency.

The Royal court

The monarch begins the royal court with a speech from the throne and can adjourn at his pleasure. Knighthoods are granted by the king in the royal court. A royal court is an extended royal household in a monarchy, including all those who regularly attend to a monarch, or another central figure. Hence the word court may also be applied to the coterie of a senior member of the nobility.

Court officials or office-bearers (one type of courtier) derived their positions and retained their titles from their original duties within the courtly household. With time, such duties often became archaic. However, titles survived involving the ghosts of arcane duties. These styles generally dated back to the days when a noble household had practical and mundane concerns as well as high politics and culture. Such court appointments each have their own histories. They might include but are not limited to:

  • Almoner
  • Butler
  • Chamberlain
  • Chancellor
  • Chapelmaster
  • Chaplain
  • Cofferer
  • Confessor
  • Constable
  • Cup-bearer
  • Dapifer
  • Doorward
  • Eunuch
  • Falconer
  • Gentleman of the Bedchamber
  • Gentleman Usher
  • Grandmaster
  • Great officers
  • Groom of the Stool
  • Herald
  • Intendant
  • The Royal Fool
  • Keeper of the seal
  • King of arms
  • Knight/Earl Marshal
  • Lady-in-waiting
  • Maid of Honour
  • Majordomo
  • Master of Ceremonies
  • Master of the Horse
  • Master of the Hunt
  • Page
  • Panter or Grand Panetier
  • Secretary
  • Pursuivant
  • Seneschal
  • Stolnik
  • Standard bearer
  • Steward

Politics and government

His Majesty's Government and the Crown

The Granderian Monarch is the head of state and head of government. The monarch takes direct part in governing the country. The authority of the state that is vested in the sovereign, known as the Crown. In addition to explicit statutory authority, the Crown also possesses a body of powers collectively known as the royal prerogative. These powers range from the authority to issue or withdraw passports to declarations of war. The Constitution is the highest legal authority in the Kingdom which was delightfully crafted by His Majesty. The Constitution Acts were the codified constitution act that was ratified by the King at Parliament.

Government Arms

Royal prerogative powers include, but are not limited to, the following

  1. The power to appoint and dismiss other ministers in their own right and pleasure.
  2. The power to execute the office of Prime Minister and other offices of state that the monarch may desire to hold.
  3. The power to assent to and enact laws by giving royal assent to bills passed Parliament, which is required in order for a law to become effective (an act). This is exercised by the monarch, who also has the power to refuse assent.
  4. The power to give and to issue commissions to commissioned officers in the Armed Forces.
  5. The power to command the Armed Forces as the Supreme Commander.
  6. The power to appoint members to the Royal Council or other councils.
  7. The power to issue, to suspend, cancel, recall, impound, withdraw or revoke Granderian passports and the general power to provide or deny Granderian passport facilities to Granderian citizens and Granderian nationals.
  8. The power to pardon any conviction (the royal prerogative of mercy).
  9. The power to grant, cancel and annul any honors.
  10. The power to create corporations (including the status of being a city, with its own corporation) by royal charter, and to amend, replace and revoke existing charters.
  11. The power to make and ratify treaties.
  12. The power to declare war and conclude peace with other nations.
  13. The power to deploy the Armed Forces overseas.
  14. The power to recognize Nation-States.
  15. The power to credit and receive diplomats.
  16. The Power to grant titles and honors.

Ministers and Departments

The Prime Minister is the Head of the Council of Ministers as Lord President who is also the reigning sovereign. The King appoints ministers of the Crown in his own right.

Ministerial Code

Section 1 – Ministers of the Crown

This section is an introduction, setting out the role of ministers to the government, to Parliament, and to the people. It directs ministers to "behave in a way that upholds the highest standards of propriety," to uphold the principle of collective responsibility, not to mislead parliament, and to avoid conflicts of interest.

Section 2 – Ministers and the Government

Section 2, Ministers and the Government, sets out the precise rules of collective responsibility. It also Provinces that ministers should relinquish all government material when ceasing to hold a role, and provides rules on access to government papers by former ministers (for example, those writing memoirs may wish to check the documents from their time in office). This set of rules is known as the "Radcliffe rules".

Section 3 – Ministers and Appointments

Setting out the rules regarding special advisers (temporary civil servants who are political agents of the minister), how many each minister may appoint, and their powers and duties. Also covered is the appointment of Parliamentary Private Secretaries (backbenchers who act as an unpaid secretary to the minister, to gain experience and credit with the party), whose appointments require written authority from the Prime Minister. PPSs are not members of the Government, but are expected to form part of the payroll vote, and support all government initiatives in the National Council.

Section 4 – Ministers and Their Departments

Ministers and Their Departments regards the machinery of government (the structure of government departments and how responsibilities can be transferred), and how ministers should ensure that their work is covered during any absence from London, even for constituency business.

Section 5 – Ministers and Civil Servants

This section, Ministers and Civil Servants, regards ministerial relationships with the Civil Service. It Provinces that ministers "must uphold the political impartiality of the Civil Service, and not ask civil servants to act in any way which would conflict with the Civil Service Code."

Section 6 – Ministers' Constituency and Party Interests

Ministers' Constituency and Party Interests directs ministers to refrain from using government property and resources in their role as an MP. For example, political leaflets must not be distributed at the expense of public funds. Ministers with a conflict of interest between their government role and their constituency (for example, a transport minister may have to balance the desire of his constituents not to have a new airport built near their town, with his government duties) are simply advised to act cautiously; "ministers are advised to take particular care."

Section 7 – Ministers' Private Interests

This section requires ministers to provide their Permanent Secretary with a complete list of any financial interests they have. In March 2009, this list was released to the public for the first time. It is collated and made available by the Cabinet Office. Officials sometimes need to restrict "interested" ministers' access to certain papers, to ensure impartiality.

Guidelines are set out as to maintaining neutrality for ministers who are members of a trade union. No minister should accept gifts or hospitality from any person or organization when a conflict of interest could arise. A list of gifts, and how they were dealt with on an individual basis, is published annually.

Section 8 – Ministers and the Presentation of Policy

Speeches, interviews and news releases should all be cleared with the Number 10 Press Office, to ensure synchronicity of timing, and clarity of content. Ministers should not practice "regular journalism" without the permission of the Office. No minister may publish a book about their ministerial experiences while in office. Former ministers require manuscripts to be cleared by the Cabinet Secretary, under the "Radcliffe rules".

Section 9 – Ministers and Parliament

Ministers should not make oral statements to Parliament without prior approval from the Prime Minister. Any other minister or MP to be mentioned in such a statement should be notified beforehand.

Section 10 – Travel by Ministers

Official government transport, paid for by public funds, should normally only be used on government business, except where security requires that it be used even for personal transport. All travel should be cost-effective, and any trips abroad should be kept as small as possible. All overseas delegations costing more than $500 have their details published, annually. Members of the Cabinet have the authority to order special (non-scheduled) flights, but this power should only be used when necessary. In the event of a minister being summoned home on urgent government business, the cost of the round trip will be paid for from public funds. There are also rules relating to the use of official cars, and air miles gained by official travel.

The Seven Principles of Public Life
  1. Selflessness: ministers should act entirely in the public interest.
  2. Integrity: no financial obligations should be accepted if they could undermine the minister's position.
  3. Objectivity: when making appointments, decisions should be based on merit.
  4. Accountability: all public office-holders are accountable, and should co-operate with all scrutiny procedures.
  5. Openness: all decisions should be justified, and information should be restricted only when necessary for the public interest.
  6. Honesty: public office-holders are required, by duty, to be honest in all their dealings and business.
  7. Leadership: the principles should be supported and upheld by leadership and example.


Official Language of Parliament

The official language of Parliament is British English at all times and sessions.

State Opening of Parliament

The State Opening of Parliament is an annual event that marks the commencement of a session of the Parliament of the Kingdom. It is held in the National Council Chamber. Upon the signal of the Monarch, the Lord Great Chamberlain raises their wand of office to signal to Black Rod, who is charged with summoning the National Council MPs and has been waiting in the lobby. Black Rod turns and, under the escort of the Door-keeper of the National Council Chamber and an inspector of police, approaches the doors to the Chamber of the Chamber.

The Black Rod is best known for their part in the ceremonies surrounding the State Opening of Parliament and the Speech from the throne. They summon the Legislative Members to attend the speech and lead them to the Legislative Chamber. Black Rod then strikes the door of the National Council lounge three times with the staff, and is then admitted and issued the summons of the monarch to attend. The black rod's speech is "Honorable Members of Parliament, His Majesty the King commands this honorable chamber to attend His Majesty immediately in the Legislative Chamber ". Then the king in the throne says, "My councilors may be seated". They are then admitted, and announce the command of the monarch for the attendance of the Council. The monarch reads a speech, known as the Speech from the Throne, which is prepared by the Royal Speech Writer's Office, a Royal Household Member, outlining the Government's agenda for the coming year. The speech reflects the legislative agenda for which the Government intends to seek the agreement of the Parliament.

The Granderian Parliament is the legislature of the central government of the Kingdom of Granderia . It is unicameral, comprising the National Council. The Parliament meets in the Kingdom of Granderia Capitol in Kronenburg. Members of Parliament are chosen through direct appointment by His Majesty. Parliament has 60 voting members. The sitting of a Parliament is for a two-year term which is split in to 1st and 2nd session, at present beginning every other september on the 29th; the current acting Parliament is the 1st. The Parliamentary sessions haven't commenced yet due to the fact that the government is still in its provisional phase. The Constitution requires that members of Parliament must be at least 25 years old, have been a citizen of the Kingdom of Granderia for four years, and be an inhabitant of the province which they represent. Members in the chamber are appointed for the monarch's pleasure upon the ascension of a new Monarch. The Parliament was created by the Constitution of the Kingdom of Granderia and will first meet in the near future, when it meets it is replacing in its legislative function the State Regency Council. The legislative authority, the King-in-Parliament, has two elements: the Monarch and the National Council. Royal Assent of the Monarch is required for all Bills to become law, and certain delegated legislation must be made by the Monarch by Order in advice Council although he shall not be bound by it.

Acts of Parliament are classified as either "public general acts" or "local and personal acts" (also known as "private acts"). Bills are also classified as "public", "private", or "hybrid". All the members of Parliament are apolitical meaning they do not affiliate with any political parties.


Parliament is made up of the National Council and manages the task of writing national legislation by dividing work into separate committees which specialize in different areas. Some members of Parliament are appointed by their peers to be officers of these committees. Further, Parliament has ancillary organizations such as the Government Accountability Office and the Library of Parliament to help provide it with information, and members of Parliament have staff and offices to assist them as well.



The committee structure permits members of Parliament to study a particular subject intensely. It is neither expected nor possible that a member be an expert on all subject areas before Parliament. As time goes by, members develop expertise in particular subjects and their legal aspects. Committees investigate specialized subjects and advise the entire Parliament about choices and trade-offs. The choice of specialty may be influenced by the member's constituency, important regional issues, prior background and experience. Member s often choose a different specialty from that of the other Member from their state to prevent overlap. Some committees specialize in running the business of other committees and exert a powerful influence over all legislation; for example, the House Ways and Means Committee has considerable influence over House affairs.


Committees write legislation. While procedures, such as the House discharge petition process, can introduce bills to the House floor and effectively bypass committee input, they are exceedingly difficult to implement without committee action. Committees have power and have been called independent fiefdoms. Legislative, oversight, and internal administrative tasks are divided among about two hundred committees and subcommittees which gather information, evaluate alternatives, and identify problems. They propose solutions for consideration by the full chamber. In addition, they perform the function of oversight by monitoring the executive branch and investigating wrongdoing.

Support services

Library of Parliament

The Library of Parliament was established by an act of Parliament in 2022. It is primarily housed in three buildings on Capitol Hill, but also includes several other sites: the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped; the National Audio-Visual Conservation Center; a large book storage facility and multiple overseas offices. One of the library's missions is to serve Parliament and its staff as well as the Granderian public. It contains books, films, maps, photographs, music, manuscripts, graphics, and materials in 470 languages.

Parliamentary Research Service

The Parliamentary Research Service, part of the Library of Parliament, provides detailed, up-to-date and non-partisan research for Member s, Members of Parliament, and their staff to help them carry out their official duties. It provides ideas for legislation, helps members analyze a bill, facilitates public hearings, makes reports, consults on matters such as parliamentary procedure, and helps the two chambers resolve disagreements. It has been called the "House's think tank" and has a staff of about 900 employees.

Parliamentary Budget Office

The Parliamentary Budget Office or PBO is a central government agency which provides economic data to Parliament.

It was created as an independent non-partisan agency. It helps Parliament estimate revenue inflows from taxes and helps the budgeting process. It makes projections about such matters as the national debt as well as likely costs of legislation. It prepares an annual Economic and Budget Outlook with a mid-year update and writes An Analysis of the President's Budgetary Proposals for the National Council's Appropriations Committee. The speaker of the House and the National Council's president pro tempore jointly appoint the CBO director for a four-year term.

Granderian National Capitol Police Force

Th Capitol Police force is a central government law enforcement agency in the Kingdom of Granderia charged with protecting the Granderian Parliament within the National Capital Territory of Rajavati and throughout the Kingdom of Granderia and its territories. It answers to the Granderian National Capitol Police Force Directorate, Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of Granderia and is the only full-service central government law enforcement agency appointed by the legislative branch of the central government of the Kingdom of Granderia .

The Kingdom of Granderia Capitol Police has the primary responsibility for protecting life and property, preventing, detecting, and investigating criminal acts, and enforcing traffic regulations throughout a complex of congressional buildings, parks, and thoroughfares. The Capitol Police has primary jurisdiction within buildings and grounds of the Kingdom of Granderia Capitol Complex. Additionally, they are charged with the protection of members of Congress, officers of Congress, and their families throughout the entire Kingdom of Granderia , its territories and possessions, and the central government District of Kronenburg. While performing protective functions, the Capitol Police have jurisdiction throughout the entire Kingdom of Granderia .



A term of Parliament is divided into one "session", one for each year; Parliament has occasionally been called into an extra or special session. A new session commences on January 3 each year unless Parliament decides differently. The Constitution requires Parliament to meet at least once each year.

Joint sessions

Joint sessions of the Kingdom of Granderia Parliament occur on special occasions that require a concurrent resolution. The constitutionally mandated report, normally given as an annual speech, is modeled on Britain's Speech from the Throne, was written by most presidents. Joint Sessions and Joint Meetings are traditionally presided over by the speaker of the House, except when counting presidential electoral votes when the vice president presides.

Bills and resolutions

An Act of Parliament

The House Financial Services committee meets. Committee members sit in the tiers of raised chairs, while those testifying and audience members sit below.

Ideas for legislation can come from members, state legislatures, constituents, legislative counsel, or executive agencies. Anyone can write a bill, but only members of Parliament may introduce bills. Most bills are not written by Parliament members, but originate from the Executive branch; interest groups often draft bills as well. The usual next step is for the proposal to be passed to a committee for review. A proposal is usually in one of these forms:

  • Bills are laws in the making. The National Council bill begins with the letters "N.A." for "National Council", followed by a number kept as it progresses.
  • Joint resolutions. There is little difference between a bill and a joint resolution since both are treated similarly; a joint resolution originating from the Assembly, for example, begins "N.A.H.M.J.Res." followed by its number. Joint Resolutions are done by His Majesty and the National Council parallelly.
  • Concurrent Resolutions affect only the National Council and accordingly are not presented to the Monarch but the approval of the monarch is needed. In the House, they begin with "N.A.Con.Res."
  • Simple resolutions concern only the National Council, N.A.

Representatives introduce a bill while the House is in session by placing it in the hopper on the Clerk's desk. It is assigned a number and referred to a committee which studies each bill intensely at this stage. Drafting statutes requires "great skill, knowledge, and experience" and sometimes take a year or more. Joint resolutions are the normal way to propose a constitutional amendment or declare war. On the other hand, concurrent resolutions (passed by both houses) and simple resolutions (passed by only one house) do not have the force of law but express the opinion of Parliament or regulate procedure. Bills may be introduced by any member of either house. However, the Constitution states, "All Bills for raising Revenue shall originate in the National Council."

The Assembly chamber determines its own internal rules of operation unless specified in the Constitution or prescribed by law. In the Assembly, a Rules Committee guides legislation.

Each bill goes through several stages in the Assembly including consideration by a committee and advice from the Government Accountability Office. Most legislation is considered by standing committees which have jurisdiction over a particular subject such as Agriculture or Appropriations. The Assembly has twenty standing committees. Standing committees meet at least once each month. Almost all standing committee meetings for transacting business must be open to the public unless the committee votes, publicly, to close the meeting. A committee might call for public hearings on important bills. Each committee is led by a chair who belongs to the majority party and a ranking member of the minority party. Witnesses and experts can present their case for or against a bill. Then, a bill may go to what is called a mark-up session, where committee members debate the bill's merits and may offer amendments or revisions. Committees may also amend the bill, but the full Assembly holds the power to accept or reject committee amendments. After debate, the committee votes whether it wishes to report the measure to the full house. If a bill is tabled then it is rejected. If amendments are extensive, sometimes a new bill with amendments built in will be submitted as a so-called clean bill with a new number. Both houses have procedures under which committees can be bypassed or overruled but they are rarely used. Generally, members who have been in Parliament longer have greater seniority and therefore greater power.

A bill which reaches the floor of the full Assembly can be simple or complex and begins with an enacting formula which is “Be it enacted by  His Majesty the King in Parliament Assembled with the advice and agreement of the National Council as follows:" Consideration of a bill requires, itself, a rule which is a simple resolution specifying the particulars of debate – time limits, possibility of further amendments, and such. Each side has equal time and members can yield to other members who wish to speak. Sometimes Members seek to recommit a bill which means to change part of it. Generally, discussion requires a quorum, usually half of the total number of Members of Parliament, before discussion can begin, although there are exceptions. The Assembly may debate and amend the bill on the approval of His Majesty; the precise procedures used by the House and National Council differ. A final vote on the bill follows.

Once a bill is approved by one house, it is sent to the other which may pass, reject, or amend it. For the bill to become law, the Assembly must agree to the bill. If the Assembly amends the bill, then the differences between the two versions must be reconciled in a conference committee, an ad hoc committee that includes both Member s and Members of Parliament sometimes by using a reconciliation process to limit budget bills. Both houses use a budget enforcement mechanism informally known as pay-as-you-go or pay go which discourages members from considering acts that increase budget deficits. If both houses agree to the version reported by the conference committee, the bill passes, otherwise it fails.

The Constitution specifies that a majority of members (a quorum) be present before doing business in each house. However, the rules of the Assembly assume that a quorum is present unless a quorum call demonstrates the contrary and debate often continues despite the lack of a majority.

Voting within Parliament can take many forms, including systems using lights and bells and electronic voting. Assembly use voice voting to decide most matters in which members shout "aye" or "no" and the presiding officer announces the result. The Constitution permits the King dissolving the bill. If the voice vote is unclear or if the matter is controversial, a recorded vote usually happens. The Assembly uses roll-call voting, in which a clerk calls out the names of all the MPs, each Member stating "aye" or "no" when their name is announced. Assembly Speaker may cast the tie-breaking vote if present when the Member s are equally divided.

The Assembly reserves roll-call votes for the most formal matters, as a roll call of all 60 Members of Parliament takes quite some time; normally, members vote by using an electronic device. In the case of a tie, the motion in question fails. Most votes in the Assembly are done electronically, allowing members to vote yea or nay or present or open. Members insert a voting ID card and can change their votes during the last five minutes if they choose; in addition, paper ballots are used occasionally (yea indicated by green and nay by red). One member cannot cast a proxy vote for another. Parliamentary votes are recorded on an online database.

After passage by both houses, a bill is enrolled and sent to the King for Royal Assent. The King may sign it making it law or veto it, perhaps returning it to Parliament with the King's objections. A vetoed bill can still become law if the Assembly votes to rewrite the bill with a two-thirds majority. If the King vetoes the bill is dissolved unless he deicides otherwise to reintroduce it in parliament.

The Witanegemot

The Witan, literally "wise men", was the king's council in Anglo-Saxon England from before the seventh century until the 11th century. It was composed of the leading magnates, both ecclesiastic and secular, and meetings of the council were sometimes called the Witenagemot. Its primary function was to advise the king on subjects such as promulgation of laws, judicial judgments, approval of charters transferring land, settlement of disputes, election of archbishops and bishops and other matters of major national importance. Its membership was composed of the most important noblemen, including ealdormen, thegns, and senior clergy. It also serves as a Privy Council. It is essentially a mini parliament which is mobile and be summoned anywhere anytime.

Great Officers of the State

Lord High Steward

The Lord High Steward has the sole power to preside over the impeachment trials of peers. The most visible duty of the Lord High Steward, even though purely ceremonial, is bearing St Vikramaditya I's Crown at the coronations of monarchs.

The office is vested during coronations (and in the past for the trial of peers), and is otherwise left vacant.

Lord High Chancellor

The Lord Chancellor is the most important of the Great Officers: he is the cabinet minister responsible for the Ministry of Justice and formally the Keeper of the Great Seal. The office is always held by His Majesty's Minister of Justice. Historically, the Chancellor has enjoyed duties pertaining to the judiciary.

The Lord Keeper of the Great Seal was generally a temporary position to handle the great seal until the appointment of a new High Chancellor or for a non-noble appointment. Eventually, the Keeper was granted the same status as the Chancellor. The Lord Keeper's role was merged into the Chancellorship itself. Lords Commissioners of the Great Seal may be appointed to exercise the office of Lord Chancellor. The Lord Chancellor is assisted in his responsibility as custodian of the Great Seal by the Clerk of the Crown in Chancery and the Crown Office.

Lord High Treasurer

The Lord High Treasurer is responsible for government finances and spending. This office is held by the Minister of Financial & Economic Affairs.

Lord President of the Council

His Majesty the King presides over the Privy Council.

Lord Privy Seal

The Lord Privy Seal is responsible for the monarch's privy seal.

Lord Great Chamberlain

The Lord Great Chamberlain originally had financial duties pertaining to the royal Court, though these duties have now been assumed by the Lord High Treasurer. The Chamberlain also has charge of the Palace of Westminster (working within the House of Lords), and is responsible for arrangements during the State Opening of Parliament, a role which he shares with the Earl Marshal. The Lord High Steward, the Lord Chancellor, the Lord Great Chamberlain and the Earl Marshal all hold duties pertaining to Parliament, specially within the House of Lords. The office was originally held by the Earls of Oxford. Later, however, the Chamberlainship came to be inherited by the Earl of Lindsey and then his multiple heirs, who later became the Dukes of Ancaster and Kesteven. The 3rd Duke left two daughters as heirs. The House of Lords ruled that the two sisters were jointly Lord Great Chamberlain and could appoint a Deputy to fulfil the functions of the office. The same ruling came in 1902 for the then joint office holders, the 1st Earl of Ancaster, the 4th Marquess of Cholmondeley, and the 1st Earl Carrington. In 1912, an agreement was reached, that the office should rotate every reign amongst themselves and their heirs, with the Cholmondeleys serving every other reign, and the heirs of Ancaster and Carrington every four reigns each.

Lord High Constable

Main article: Lord High Constable of England

The Lord High Constable (formally the Lord High Constable of England) was the commander of the royal armies and the Master of the Horse, and, in conjunction with the Earl Marshal, president of the Court of Chivalry or Court of Honour. The office was originally inherited by the Earls of Hereford, though it reverted to the Crown in 1512 on the attainder of Vikramaditya I Stafford, 3rd Duke of Buckingham, and is now only reinstated for the day of a coronation (where he commands the whole of the coronation troops). The Marshal of England assumed the place of the Constable in the royal palace in the command of the royal armies. The office of Earl Marshal has belonged to the Dukes of Norfolk since 1672. As a symbol of the office, the Earl Marshal carries a baton of gold with black finish at either end, which is represented in the Duke's coat of arms.

Earl Marshal

The Earl Marshal was originally responsible for the monarch's horses and stables, as well as taking charge over the royal armies; these duties were shared with the Constable. His duties evolved to ceremonial responsibilities in regards to the organization of major ceremonial state occasions, most notably coronations, state funerals, and the State Opening of Parliament.

The Earl Marshal also remains to have charge over the College of Arms, and issues warrants for the grant of arms in England, Wales and Ireland. Her Majesty's High Court of Chivalry, with jurisdiction over all matters relating to heraldry, is presided over by the Earl Marshal.

Lord High Admiral

The Lord High Admiral (formally the Lord High Admiral of the Kingdom) is the ceremonial head of the Royal Navy, holding no command at sea, but rather jurisdiction over maritime affairs, including courts. The office is vested in the Crown, who may otherwise dispense it to other individuals (mainly members of the Royal Family), or put it under commission (historically the Board of Admiralty.

Law and order

Law and courts

The Kingdom of Granderia is central government state, with a civil/ common law system based on the American and British law system. The basis of the legal system is the Constitution of the Kingdom of Granderia adopted in 2021. The court system includes district, county, and supreme courts and is responsible for civil, criminal, and administrative branches. The Granderian Supreme Court is the Highest court responsible for civil, criminal, and administrative branches. There are two types of justice, retributive and rehabilitative justice. Each states can have its own laws and regulations. If a law has been enacted which are unconstitutional, His Majesty can repeal any state laws on the advice of the Constitutional Council although he shall not be bound by it.

The Law is based on Civil/Common law. The Royal Granderian Police is responsible of law enforcement nationwide.

Ministry of Justice

The Ministry of Justice (MOJ), also known as the Justice Department, is a central government department tasked with the enforcement of central government law and administration of justice in theKingdom.

 • 'Minister of Justice who is also the Attorney General' is the person responsible for heading, supervising, and managing Granderia 's judiciary system.

 • Director of the National Bench Service which is a subsidiary of the Justice Ministry is the person who oversees courts and manages the database for court personnel.  

Retributive Justice

(Note: other statutes & penalties may be added in the future)

  1. People who senselessly murder other people (including serial killers and armed robbers, also those who killed military soldiers and veterans) will recieve death penalty without mercy
  2. Rapists/sex offenders (All Categories) will recieve death penalty without mercy
  3. Pedophiles/child molesters will be executed by the death penalty without mercy
  4. Arsonists will be sentenced to life without mercy.
  5. Gang members/thugs will be executed by the death penalty without mercy.
  6. Drug dealers will be executed by the death penalty without mercy.
  7. Terrorists organizations will be executed by the death penalty without mercy.
  8. Crime family organizations will be executed by the death penalty without mercy.
  9. Crooked police officers who get away with killing innocent civilians will recieve death penalty
  10. Corrupt politicians will be executed by the death penalty without mercy.
  11. Warlords will be executed by the death penalty
  12. War criminals will be executed by the death penalty without mercy.
  13. Poachers will be executed by the death penalty without mercy.
  14. Child/Animal abusers will be sentenced todeath without mercy.
  15. Human/ Drug traffickers will be executed by the death penalty without mercy.
  16. Espionage and Foreign spies who are not allies will be executed by the death penalty without mercy.
  17. People who murder based on caste will be executed by the death penalty without mercy without mercy.
  18. Homosexual, LGBT, & Prostitutive Peoples, sexual acts made by these people result in 45 years in prison without parole, or $1000000 Fine, or both without mercy.
  19. Conspiring to rebel, abolish, overthrow the Crown and Monarchy shall be punished with death penalty without mercy.
  20. News outlets misleading the public are banned completely without mercy.
  21. Cheating on your girlfriend/wife is illegal and will be prosecuted in the charge of moral misconduct with 5 years in prison, $25000 Fine, or both without mercy.
  22. Engaging in sexual acts outside of marriage is illegal such as adultery and the penalty is 5 years in prison, a fine of $25000, or both without mercy.
  23. The state only recognizes natural marriages performed by an ordained clergyman, a church, a Hindu temple, a Masjid (Mosque), a Jewish Synagogue, Monastery, or a Shrine without mercy.
  24. Anyone who abuse animals shall be executed without mercy.
  25. Blasphemy against the Hindu Faith or the Tamil Culture & Language will result in 15 years in Prison without mercy.
  26. Blasphemy against the crown, the royal family, or the king will result in solitary confinement for life without mercy.
  27. Those supporting, sympathising, or recruiting periyarist ideology will be sentenced to 20 years in prison without mercy.

Rehabilitative Justice

This is for those who have mental illnesses, addictions, and other related causes. This type of justice seeks to reintegrate these people into society after treatment/therapy. Law enforcement in the Kingdom of Granderia is primarily the responsibility of local police departments and sheriff's offices, with provincial police providing broader services. central government agencies such as Granderian Investigation Bureau(GIB) and the Granderian Marshals Service have specialized duties, including protecting civil rights, national security and enforcing the Kingdom central government courts' rulings and central government laws. According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, there are 4 police agencies. That number includes city police departments, county sheriff's offices, state police/highway patrol and central government law enforcement agencies. Provincial courts conduct most criminal trials while central government courts handle certain designated crimes as well as certain appeals from the state criminal courts. Death penalty has been enacted by the constitution. The Government will use its full capabilities for people to recover safe and sound and lead a good life according to the principles of Dharma.

Foreign relations

The Kingdom of Granderia has an established structure of foreign relations. It is a permanent member of the United Micronations Security Council and one of the three founders of the UM. New Camelot City is home to the United Micronations Headquarters. Almost all countries have embassies in the central government District, and many have consulates around the country.

The Kingdom of Granderia has a "Special Relationship" with the Its closest allies, the Esthoronian People's the Kingdom, The Alderhyian Reich, and the Kingdom of Granderia . theKingdom exercises full international defense authority with the other two allies and responsibility for Europe and America through the Compact of Free Association.

Unilateral Recognition

The micronations nations Granderia recognizes

Nations not recognized

  • Malta theKingdom of Malta according to the Granderian Ministry of Foreign Affairs is not the legitimate government of Malta, due to recognizing The Sovereign Military Order of Malta in its place, this is because theKingdom of Malta according to the Granderian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has no legitimate right to rule Malta.
  • Barbados Barbados is not recognized as a sovereign nation, because it abolished the monarchy in 2021, an action which the Granderian Ministry of Foreign Affairs condemns, and as such is not recognized as a sovereign state.
  • Democratic People's Republic of Korea The Democratic People's the Kingdom of Korea is not recognized due to its totalitarian oppression of its people and its nuclear threats toward the Kingdom of Granderia of America, alongside its aggressive actions toward both Japan and the Kingdom of Korea.
  • Democratic the Kingdom of Laos The Democratic the Kingdom of Laos is not recognized due to the communists wrongfully abolishing the Lao's monarchy and replacing it with a totalitarian communist dictatorship. Granderia recognizes Royal Lao Government in Exile as the legitimate government of Laos rather than the communists.
  • central government Democratic Republic of Nepal The central government Democratic Republic of Nepal is not recognized due to being a borderline communist nation-state, and abolishing the monarchy when it was not asked for by the people of Nepal
  • Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan is not recognized due to it's war crimes and human rights violations towards afghan citizens.


The Granderian Armed Forces, also known as His Majesty's Armed Forces, are the military services responsible for the defense of the Kingdom, its overseas territories and the Crown dependencies. The head of the Armed Forces is the Granderian monarch, currently King Vikramaditya I, to whom members of the forces swear allegiance. His Majesty The King who as prime minister (acting with in his own will) makes the key decisions on the use of the armed forces. The Granderia Parliament approves the continued existence of the Royal Granderian Army by passing an Armed Forces Act at least once every two years. The Royal Navy, Royal Air Force and Royal Marines among with all other forces do not require this act. The armed forces are managed by the Defense Council of the Ministry of Defense, headed by the King. The Kingdom of the Isle of the Mercion is the founding member on the United Micronations and its Security Council. They also promote Granderia 's wider interests, support international peacekeeping efforts and provide humanitarian aid. Today, the Granderian Armed Forces consist of: the Royal Navy, a blue-water navy with a fleet of commissioned ships, together with the Royal Marines, a highly specialized amphibious light infantry force; the Granderian Army, Granderia 's principal land warfare branch; and the Royal Air Force, a technologically sophisticated air force with a diverse operational fleet consisting of both fixed-wing and rotary aircraft. The Granderian Armed Forces include standing forces, Regular Reserve, Volunteer Reserves and Sponsored Reserves.

The King is the Supreme Commander of the Granderian Royal Armed Forces and the Minister of Defense appoints its leaders, Joint Chiefs of Staff. The Department of Defense administers five of the six service branches, which are made up of the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, and Space Force. The Coast Guard, also a branch of the armed forces, is normally administered by the Department of Homeland Security in peacetime and can be transferred to the Department of the Navy in wartime. All six branches of theKingdom Armed Forces reported on active duty. The Department of Defense also employed civilians, not including contractors.

Global presence of the Kingdom of Granderia military, showing Unified combatant commands

Military service in the Kingdom of Granderia is voluntary, although conscription may occur in wartime through the Selective Service System. Conscription was mandatory even during peacetime. Today, Granderian forces can be rapidly deployed by the Air Force's large fleet of transport aircraft, the Navy's 11 active aircraft carriers, and Marine expeditionary units at sea with the Navy, and Army's XVIII Airborne Corps and 75th Ranger Regiment deployed by Air Force transport aircraft. The Air Force can strike targets across the globe through its fleet of strategic bombers, maintains the air defense across the Kingdom of Granderia , and provides close air support to Army and Marine Corps ground forces. The Space Force operates the Global Positioning System, operates the Eastern and Western Ranges for all space launches, and operates the Kingdom of Granderia ' Space Surveillance and Missile Warning networks. The military operates about 800 bases and facilities abroad, and maintains deployments greater than 100 active duty personnel in 25 foreign countries.

The Kingdom of Granderia spent $50 billion on its military. Defense spending plays a major role in science and technology investment, with roughly half of the Kingdom central government research and development funded by the Ministry of Defense.  

Royal Granderian Navy

The Royal Navy is the main naval force of the Kingdom. Currently no vessels are deployed.

The Ranks decrease from Right to Left

Granderian MoD Pay Grade Special Grade O-10 O-9 O-8 O-7 O-6 O-5 O-4 O-3 O-2 O-1
NATO Code OF-10 OF-9 OF-8 OF-7 OF-6 OF-5 OF-4 OF-3 OF-2 OF-1
Title Lord Admiral

(reserved for the King)

Admiral Vice admiral Rear admiral Rear admiral

(lower half)

Captain Commander Lieutenant


Lieutenant Lieutenant

(junior grade)


Royal Granderian Marines

The Royal Marines are the Royal Navy's amphibious troops. The Royal Marines specialize in amphibious, arctic, and mountain warfare. The Ranks decrease from Right to Left

Granderian MoD

pay grade

O-10 O-9 O-8 O-7 O-6 O-5 O-4 O-3 O-2 O-1
NATO code OF-9 OF-8 OF-7 OF-6 OF-5 OF-4 OF-3 OF-2 OF-1
Title General
Lieutenant general Major general Brigadier general Colonel Lieutenant colonel Major Captain First lieutenant Second lieutenant
Abbreviation Gen.
LtGen MajGen BGen Col LtCol Maj Capt 1stLt 2ndLt

Royal Granderian Army

The Royal Granderian Army is the main land force of the Kingdom.

The Ranks decrease from Right to Left

Granderian MoD Pay Grade Special grade O-10 O-9 O-8 O-7 O-6 O-5 O-4 O-3 O-2 O-1
NATO Code OF-10 OF-9 OF-8 OF-7 OF-6 OF-5 OF-4 OF-3 OF-2 OF-1
Title Captain-General General Lieutenant general Major general Brigadier general Colonel Lieutenant colonel Major Captain First lieutenant Second lieutenant
Abbreviation Capt. Gen. GEN LTG MG BG COL LTC MAJ CPT 1LT 2LT

Royal Air Force

The Royal Air Force is the Main Air Force of the Kingdom.

Granderian MoD Pay Grade Special grade O-10 O-9 O-8 O-7 O-6 O-5 O-4 O-3 O-2 O-1
NATO Code OF-10 OF-9 OF-8 OF-7 OF-6 OF-5 OF-4 OF-3 OF-2 OF-1
Title Captain-General General Lieutenant general Major general Brigadier general Colonel Lieutenant colonel Major Captain First lieutenant Second lieutenant
Abbreviation Capt. Gen. Gen Lt Gen Maj Gen Brig Gen Col Lt Col Maj Capt 1st Lt 2d Lt

Ministry of Defense

The Ministry of Defense (MoD) is an executive branch department of the Central government charged with coordinating and supervising all agencies and functions of the government directly related to national security and the Kingdom of Granderia Armed Forces. The Sovereign is the Minister of Defense. The MoD's stated mission is to provide "the military forces needed to deter war and ensure our nation's security".


Anyone who is of age can join. Conscription can be called by the King in cases of emergency. Only a person heretonormally married traditionally (If married) is allowed to join the Royal Armed Forces. Only Heterosexual people of all ages above or at 18 are allowed to enlist or enter the armed forces.

Administrative Divisions and Geography and climate

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Administrative Divisions

The Kingdom consists of four Provinces Each ruled, reigned, and governed over by a duke. The Governor-Duke is responsible to the King. He shall govern independently. All governors are members of the governmental and representative peerage. All layers of government are directly administered and appointed by the Crown. These titles are separate from the citizenry. Each County inside a province shall be governed by a Earl/Countess-Mayor appointed by the crown with the peerage titles. The Supervisor shall have the title Baron of a barony. A barony is equivalent to a American township. This nation follows the Neo-Feudalism Principle.

  • Provincial Assembly Delegates (shall have a title of baron)
  • Governors (in the title and style as His/her Grace the Governor-Duke/Duchess Governor)
  • District (Earl-Commissioner/Countess-Commissioner)
  • Mayors of Municipalities (Viscount-Mayor/Viscountess-Mayor of a County ( or Special Administrative Division))
  • Supervisor of a Township (Baron/Baroness of a Barony)

Geography & Climate

Granderia is divided into fifteen terrestrial and five marine ecozones. These ecozones encompass over 80,000 classified species of Granderian wildlife, with an equal number yet to be formally recognized or discovered. Due to human activities, invasive species and environmental issues in the country, there are currently more than 800 species at risk of being lost. Over half of Granderia 's landscape is intact and relatively free of human development.

Average winter and summer high temperatures across Granderia vary from region to region. Winters can be harsh in many parts of the country, particularly in the interior and Prairie provinces, which experience a continental climate, where daily average temperatures are near −15 °C (5 °F), but can drop below −40 °C (−40 °F) with severe wind chills. On the east and west coasts, average high temperatures are generally in the low 20s °C (70s °F), while between the coasts, the average summer high temperature ranges from 25 to 30 °C (77 to 86 °F), with temperatures in some interior locations occasionally exceeding 40 °C (104 °F).

Much of Northern Granderia is covered by ice and permafrost; however, the future of the permafrost is uncertain because the Arctic has been warming at three times the global average as a result of climate change in Granderia .[154] Granderia 's annual average temperature over land has warmed by 1.7 °C (3.1 °F), with changes ranging from 1.1 to 2.3 °C (2.0 to 4.1 °F) in various regions, since 1948.[155] The rate of warming has been higher across the North and in the Prairies.[155] In the southern regions of Granderia , air pollution from Granderia —caused by metal smelting, burning coal to power utilities, and vehicle emissions—has resulted in acid rain, which has severely impacted waterways, forest growth and agricultural productivity in Granderia .


The currency of the Kingdom of the Granderian Pound Sterling. It is minted by the Engraving and Printing Agency. The Engraving and Printing Agency (EPA) is a government agency within HM Treasury that designs and produces a variety of security products for His Majesty's government, most notable of which is Treasury Notes (paper money) for theTreasury, the nation's central bank. In addition to paper currency, the EPA produces Treasury securities; military commissions and award certificates; invitations and admission cards; and many different types of identification cards, forms, and other special security documents for a variety of government agencies. The BEP does not produce coins; all coinage is produced by the Royal Mint.

The economy of Granderia is a highly developed mixed economy. The Granderia has the most technologically powerful and innovative economy in the world. Its firms are at or near the forefront in technological advances, especially in artificial intelligence, computers, pharmaceuticals, and medical, aerospace, and military equipment. The Granderia dollar is the currency most used in international transactions and is the world's foremost reserve currency, backed by its economy, its military, the petrodollar system and its linked Eurodollar and large Granderia treasuries market.

The nation's economy is fueled by abundant natural resources, a well-developed infrastructure, and high productivity.

The Crownchester Stock Exchange. The Kingdom GDP of $1,197 Billion constitutes 4% of the gross world product at market exchange rates.

The Kingdom of Granderia is the largest importer of goods and second-largest exporter, though exports per capita are relatively low. In 2010, the total the Kingdom trade deficit was $10 billion.

The Kingdom of Granderia is an advanced economy that guarantees its workers paid vacation. 100% of full-time Granderian workers get paid sick leave, according to the Labour Statistics Commission.

Science and Tech

The technology, along with the establishment of a machine tool industry, enabled theKingdom to have large-scale manufacturing of sewing machines, bicycles, and other items became known as the Granderian system of manufacturing. Factory electrification and introduction of the assembly line and other labor-saving techniques created the system of mass production. In the 21st century, approximately two-thirds of research and development funding comes from the private sector. The Kingdom of Granderia leads the world in scientific research papers and impact factor. The Air and Space Agency produced rapid advances in rocketry, materials science, and aeronautics.

Income, wealth, and poverty

Accounting for 4.24% of the global population, Granderian collectively possess 29.4% of the world's total wealth, the largest percentage of any country. The Kingdom also ranks first in the number of billionaires and millionaires in the world, with 724 billionaires and 10.5 million millionaires as of 2020. Prior to the 2019–2021 global SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, Credit Suisse listed some 18.6 million the Kingdom citizens as having a net worth in excess of $1 million.

Wealth, like income and taxes, is highly concentrated; the richest 10% of the adult population possess 72% of the country's household wealth, while the bottom half possess only 2%. The government increases taxes for the rich and distributes the wealth equity.


All-road transportation

The Interstate Highway System in the contiguous Provinces. Personal transportation is dominated by automobiles of public roads. The Kingdom of Granderia has the world's second-largest automobile market. and has the highest vehicle ownership per capita in the world, with 816.4 vehicles per 1,000 Granderians.


The civil airline industry is entirely govenrment owned and has been largely regulated and airports are publicly owned. The three largest airlines in the world by passengers carried are the Kingdom-based; Royal Granderian Airlines. Of the world's 6 busiest passenger airports, 16 are in the Kingdom of Granderia , including the busiest, Prince of Leonistria International Airport. The Royal Granderian Airlines is the state-owned airlines which provides domestic and international flights at a afforable price with high-class service in-flight. The Aircraft, nicknamed, "The Royal Granderia", is the Official Aircraft of the Sovereign which is a Boeing 737 business jet.


The Kingdom of Granderia has the longest rail network in the world, nearly all standard gauge. The network handles mostly freight, with intercity passenger service provided by the government-subsidized Amtrak to all but four Provinces. The Ministry of Railways is working to modernize the rail networks, routes, and infrastructure.The Granderian Railways is the government-owned rail services provider.

Culture and media

The culture of Granderia embodies the artistic, culinary, literary, humor, musical, political and social elements that are representative of Granderian culture and traditions. Throughout Mercion's history, its culture has been influenced by North America-European culture and traditions, mostly by the American, British, and French, and by its own indigenous cultures. Over time, elements of the cultures of Mercion's immigrant populations have become incorporated to form a Mercion cultural mosaic. Certain segments of Granderia 's population have, to varying extents, also been influenced by American culture due to shared language, significant media penetration and geographic proximity. Granderia is a Hindu Country so it also influences its culture.

The Kingdom of Granderia is home to many cultures and a wide variety of ethnic groups, traditions, and values. Granderian s or their ancestors immigrated. Mainstream Granderian culture is a Western culture largely derived from the traditions of American immigrants with influences. More recent immigration from Asia and especially Latin America has added to a cultural mix that has been described as both a homogenizing melting pot, and a heterogeneous salad bowl in which immigrants and their descendants retain distinctive cultural characteristics.

Granderian have traditionally been characterized by a strong work ethic, competitiveness, and individualism, as well as a unifying belief in an " Granderian creed" emphasizing liberty, unity, prosperity, private property, democracy, rule of law, and a preference for limited government. Granderian s are extremely charitable by global standards: according to a 2006 British study, Granderian s gave 1.67% of GDP to charity, more than any other nation studied.

The Granderian Dream, or the perception that Granderian s enjoy high social mobility, plays a key role in attracting immigrants. Whether this perception is accurate has been a topic of debate. While mainstream culture holds that the Kingdom of Granderia is a classless society, scholars identify significant differences between the country's social classes, affecting socialization, language, and values. Granderian s tend to greatly value socioeconomic achievement, but being ordinary or average is also generally seen as a positive attribute.

Mass media

The headquarters of the Granderian Broadcasting Network (GBN) at 30 National Avenue, Granderian National Plaza in Crownchester City.

One of the major broadcasters in the Kingdom are the Granderian Broadcasting Network (GBN). Major broadcast television networks are all commercial entities. Cable television offers hundreds of channels catering to a variety of niches. Granderian s listen to radio programming, also largely commercial, on average just over two and a half hours a day.

Central Bureau of Communications (CBC). The central government Communications Commission is an independent agency of the Kingdom of Granderia central government that regulates communications by radio, television, wire, satellite, and cable across the Kingdom of Granderia. The CBC maintains jurisdiction over the areas of broadband access, fair competition, radio frequency use, media responsibility, public safety, and homeland security.

Well-known newspapers include The Granderian Times and Granderian Tribune. Although the cost of publishing has increased over the years, the price of newspapers has generally remained low, forcing newspapers to rely more on advertising revenue and on articles provided by a major wire service, such as the Associated Press or Reuters, for their national and world coverage. Major cities may also support a local business journal, trade papers relating to local industries, and papers for local ethnic and social groups. The five most popular websites used in theKingdom are Google, YouTube, Amazon, Yahoo, and Facebook. More than 800 publications are produced in French, the second most commonly used language in the Kingdom of Granderia behind English.

Media is owned by the Public and Private Sectors equally.

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Medieval Culture

The Kingdom holds strong medieval culture, some people might be wearing medieval clothing. Sometimes the King also may wear Knight's Armor or Medieval Garments. There is also medieval cuisine. The Kingdom is a medieval society with modern innovations and technologies.

External links

United Micronations MicroWiki

UM Website

Consolidated Fundamental Documents of the Kingdom

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