Monarchy of Vlasynia

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Despot, Autocrat and Vodă of Vlasynia
Despot, Autocrat şi Vodă al Vlasiniei
Monarchy
Royal
Portrait of Ned Voda.svg
Incumbent
Ned I of Vlasynia

Style His Great Majesty
Heir apparent HM Crown Prince Radu
First monarch Ned I of Vlasynia
Formation 21 December 2017 - 21 July 2018
23 August 2018 - 01 August 2021
Residence Divellis, Vlasynia


The Monarchy of the Vlasynian Despotate, commonly referred to as the Vlasynian Monarchy, was the absolute monarchy of Vlasynia and its dependencies. The former monarch and head of state was Ned I, who established the monarchy after proclaiming himself as Despot of Vlasynia on 21 December 2017 and declaring the Despotate's independence from Romania. On 24 October 2018, the title was changed to "Despot and Autocrat of Vlasynia", on the model of the Emperor and Autocrat of All the Russias, in order to further underline the authority of the Despot within the state.

It was abolished on 21 July 2018, with the proclamation of the United Republic of Vlasynia-Dartiria, of which Ned became President, only to be restored on 23 August 2018, as a result of Vlasynia-Dartiria's dissolution and Vlasynia's restoration as an independent state.

On 7 January 2021, the title was further changed to "Despot and Autocrat of Namadovia", in tune with the Despotate's name change, but it was changed back to its original form exactly one month later.

On 21 February 2021, the title was finally changed to its current form: "Despot, Autocrat and Vodă of Vlasynia and its domains", this form having been mentioned in Vlasynia's State Charter, adopted on the same day.

It was abolished for the second and final time on 1 August 2021, upon the dissolution of the Vlasynian Despotate.

The monarchy of the Vlasynian Despotate used to see itself as a benevolent autocracy.