National Order Ruy Barbosa
|Awarded by the Free Community of Pasargada|
|Type:||Order with a single degree|
|Awarded For:||Extensive accomplishments in behalf of Pasargada or micronationry in general|
|Established:||2nd Oct 2002|
|Subjects:||Pasargadan and friends of Pasargada|
|Opportunity:||Only in Ruy Barbosa's Day (Nov 5th)|
|First Awarded:||5th Nov 2004|
|Next (higher):||Order of Manuel Bandeira|
|Next (lower):||Pasargadan Order of Merit|
The National Order Ruy Barbosa (portuguese: Ordem Nacional de Rui Barbosa - ORB), also known as Order of the Haia Eagle, is the second highest condecoration given in the Free Community of Pasargada.
The ORB commendation was created in october 2nd, 2002, by the 3rd Section of Condecorations Parliamentary Act - 2002. It can be awarded to both active Pasargadan citizens and micronationalists in general.
Pasargadan law restricts to twice ORBs' concession per year, and only in Ruy Barbosa's anniversary, in November 5. The Chancellor of Pasargada is allowed to grant the Order by previously requesting Parliamentary approval, which decides favourably or not and has the last word.
Ruy Barbosa (1849-1926), brazilian diplomat, politician, writer and lawyer. He occupied a vital position in the Conference of Haia (1907) and inspired directly brazilian first republican constitution (1889). Ruy is widely known for his rethorical and argumentative virtues, writing dense essays on political and social sciences. He is founder of Brazilian Academy of Writers, seating on the 10th chair, and was its president from 1908 to 1919. His birthday is celebrated through a communitarian official holyday in 5 November, same date the ORB is given.
I. Bruno Cava ORB, the so far sole Pasargadan to receive nation's second highest honour. He collected it twice.
(...) mr. Cava, a controversial journalist, loved or hated, but nevertheless a diplomat that before everything else works, thinks, sweats and struggles for his nations.— Speech of Chancellor Igor Ravasco, November 9, 2002
He was honoured with ORB a second time in November 5, 2004, by accedence of in-duty Chancellor Rafael Figueira, after procedural approval in Pasargadan Parliament. Now, he earned it due to productive labour in many Pasargadan top offices, such as Premier, Prime-Speaker and Chancellor.
Bruno Cava, journalist, politician, diplomat, he has a distinguished activity in Pasargada and lusophone sector and worlwide, promoting Pasargadan ideals with ethics, critical judgement and elegance (...)— Speech of Chancellor Rafael Figueira, November 5, 2004
II. Paulo Quelhas ORB, from (now extinct) Republic of Mallorca, received the condecoration in the same occasion of the 1st concession to Bruno Cava, aforementioned, in Nov 9, 2002. At the time, he was president of Mallorca and was the main responsible, by mallorcan side, for the innauguration of Lusophone Commonwealth.
(...)Paulo Quelhas, one of main Lusophone Commonwealth pillars, thank you in the name of Pasargada for your everlasting friendship and extensive efforts on behalf of a better micronational world.— Speech of Chancellor Igor Ravasco, November 9, 2002
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