Order of Excellence (Kohlandia)
The Order of Kohlandian Excellence is a civilian honour which may be bestowed upon both Kohlandian citizens and non-citizens. The Order of Excellence is the lower of the two extant orders of Kohlandian honours; and it has two branches. This order does not grant its recipients a title.
Recipients of the plain Order of Kohlandian Excellence are inducted into the lower of the two branches of the Order, and may add "OKE" to the end of their names. Inductees into this branch of the order receive a plain Order of Kohlandian Excellence medal, and a certificate.
Inductees into the higher branch of the Order become Commanders of the Order and may add "CKE" to the end of their names. This branch of the order still does not grant its recipients a title, however. Its inductees receive an Order of Kohlandian Excellence medal with Crown, and a certificate.
Receiving the Honour
To receive induction into the Order of Kohlandian Excellence, you must be nominated. Self-nominations are not accepted and nominations are not limited to Kohlandian citizens. Nominations must be with Parliamentary approval by a simple majority vote. The Crown may grant a person for induction into the Order by Royal Perogative.
Inductions may be granted once a year, on Catherine Day.
Leon Montan received induction into the Order of Kohlandian Excellence in the second Catherine Day honour roll in September 2020.
So far, no citizens or non-citizens have been inducted into the Order of Kohlandian Excellence as Commanders.
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