Motto: يحيا لنا (Arabic: Long live us)
• High Commissioner
• Ikonia assumes control
|11 January 2019|
• Red revolution starts
|18 February 2019|
• Rishania becomes provisional
|25 April 2019|
• Rishania becomes dominion
|12 October 2019|
Mandatory Rishania was an Ikonian mandate after the Ikonian claimation of Kareem Risha's house by consent. As it was mandated, by law it was able to return to its prior state, upon request of the High Commissioner.
The mandate for Kareem Risha's house was a suggestion of the King, however it was going to be its own micronation on the behalf of the King creating the assets for it, however Risha declined and when suggested become a High Commissioner, he accepted.
The Red Revolution was a short-lived protest in Rishania ordering a change of the coat of arms and flags colors. The protesters later established a motto, يحيا لنا (In Arabic meaning: Long live us). The Revolution was accepted as a free-speech movement by the King, who later administered the changes without Kareem Risha's knowledge.
|Appointer||Monarch of Ikonia|
|Term length||At His Majesty's pleasure|
|First holder||Kareem Risha|
|Final holder||Kareem Risha|
The High Commissioner was the head of government of the mandate, tasked with administrating the mandate and appointing under-secretaries to fill the many roles of government. Outside of legislation, the High Commissioner was considered the "highest ranking civil servant in the territory" and as such they were responsible for heading public departments.
As an subjugated Ikonian territory, the Ikonian Honours System developed medals for the Mandate. The only two were the Order of Mandatory Rishania, that was given for the foundation and the Order of the Red Revolution which was given to protesters involved and administration of Rishania – neither are now given.
|Date given||Ribbon bar||Name||Awarded at|
|12 January 2019 – 17 February 2019||Order of Mandatory Rishania||Mandatory Rishania|
|17 February 2019 – 12 October 2019||Order of the Red Revolution||Mandatory Rishania|