| Royaume de Legiálle |
‘Vires Sapientiae Virtus’ (Latin: "Strength, Wisdom, Valour")
La Marche Royale
|Capital city||Cap-Paradis (official); Le Palais de la Ferrière (administrative)|
|Official language(s)||English, French, Legiálles Creole|
|- Queen||Marie-Adélina I|
|Established||13 September 2017|
|Currency||Coquilles (formally, Coquilles Legiálles)|
|National animal||Red footed Booby|
The Kingdom of Legiálle (Royaume de Legiálle/Wayom nan Lijall), informally as Legiálle, is a micronation founded on 13 September 2017.
Government and Politics
Legiálle is officially an Absolute Monarchy, where executive, legislative, and judicial authority is specified and invested in the person of the monarch.
The Crown Territory of Legiálle is located in the Caribbean, between Haiti and Jamaica.
Legiálle’s central administration & royal court is referred to at La Cour Royale de la Ferrière. The royal court's seat of governing - and, thus, the ‘working’ capital of Legiálle - is wherever the Sovereign is present.
The Monarch, Court, and Government are based at the Legiálle Chancery based in Rochester, NY.
The Queen of the Legiálles is head of state and government, currently Marie-Adélina I. As de jure head of government, she has an active role in policy-making and the legislative process, giving her input and assent to all proposals. Though the Sovereign rules as an absolute monarch, she depends on the advice of the Crown Council. From their advice, Her Majesty gives or withholds her assent on bills. As Monarch, she appoints the various Counsellors and Secretaries of State. All serve at the pleasure of The Queen.
The General Council is the official legislature, made up of all eligible Citizens. The Queen has the right to summon or dismiss the legislature at any time. Since its founding, The General Council has not been called into session.
The Coquilles Legiálles (CL), commonly known as Coquilles, is the currency of Legiálle. The conversion rate is 1 USD for 10 CL. It replaces the Cœur Legiallois effective 30 August 2018. The unit has denominations of 10, 20, 50, and 100.
Legiálles culture is inspired by the cultural legacy of the Caribbean, primarily Haiti. As such, English, French, and Legiálles (Haitian) Creole are spoken; official proclamations are usually written in English only, with rare exceptions.
The Royal Gazette is a monthly newsletter that updates readers on current affairs. It is free and distributed via email. Readers must subscribe on the website.