Vishwamitran order of precedence

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The Order of precedence in the State of Vishwamitra is a hierarchy of important positions within the Government of Vishwamitra. It has no legal standing but is used by ceremonial protocol. The order of precedence is determined by the Federal Order of Precedence issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs, Department of Protocol. The latest one is issued on 10 February 2022.

Details

The following lists precedence of offices and their holders since 20 December 2022.

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Heads and deputy heads of states
Members of the Federal and State Administrations
Members of the Legislatures and other bodies
Members of the Judiciary
Diplomats
Civil service, military and police members
Others
Rank Position Incumbent (As of 20 December 2022)
1 Rashtradhyaksh Dhrubajyoti Roy
2 Uparashtradhyaksh Bishnu Chetry
3 Rajpramukhs of the states
  1. Rajpramukh Dhrubajyoti Roy of Purvanchal (8 June 2020) (appears above as the Rashtradhyaksh)
  2. Rajpramukh Tanishkaa Patranabish of Beltola (8 June 2020)
  3. Rajpramukh Bishnu Chetry of Uttaranchal (8 June 2020) (appears above as the Uparashtradhyaksh)
  4. Rajpramukh Arnab Sil of Madhya Prant (8 June 2020)
  5. Rajpramukh Anirban Phatowali of Kamrupa (8 June 2020)
  6. Rajpramukh Anoushkaa Patranabish of Basistha (18 March 2022)
3A Regents of the states
  1. Crown Princess Sarala, Regent of Purvanchal MP (6 February 2021)
  2. Senior Princess Asmi, Regent of Beltola (20 July 2022
4 Prime Minister Duke Farhaz Hazarika MP
5 President of the Privy Council Count Shiro Mephistopheles PC
5A Deputy Prime Minister
  1. Crown Princess Sarala of Purvanchal MP (31 July 2022) (appears above as Regent of Purvanchal)
  2. Duke Arthur Lacey-Scott MP (26 November 2022)
6 Heirs to the Thrones of the states
  1. Senior Princess of Beltola, Princess Asmi (8 June 2020) (appears above as Regent of Beltola)
  2. Crown Prince of Uttaranchal, Prince Manoj (8 June 2020)
  3. Crown Prince of Madhya Prant, Prince Saikat (8 June 2020)
  4. Senior Princess of Kamrupa, Princess Arnisha (8 June 2020)
  5. Crown Princess of Purvanchal, Princess Sarala MP (6 February 2021) (appears above as Regent of Purvanchal)
  6. Crown Prince of Basistha, Prince Abhirup (30 December 2022)
6A National Heroes of Vishwamitra
7 Collars of the Most Esteemed Supreme Order of the Hibiscus (S.U.K.)[a] Refer here
7A Former rulers of royal states Rajpramukh Emeritus Mohammad Mridul Amin of Basistha
7B Former rulers of non-royal states Duke Ștefan Marius Snagoveanu, former Rajyapal of Basistha MP
8 Grand Cordons of the Most Esteemed Supreme Order of the Hibiscus (D.U.K.)[a] Refer here
9 Former Prime Ministers By departure from office:
  1. Arnisha, Senior Princess of Kamrupa (31 December 2009) (appears above as heir to Kamrupa throne)
  2. Sarala, Crown Princess of Purvanchal MP (5 July 2017) (appears above as Regent of Purvanchal)
  3. Dhrubajyoti Roy, Rashtradhyaksh of Vishwamitra (14 May 2018) (appears above as Rashtradhyaksh)
  4. Tanishkaa Patranabish, Rajpramukh of Beltola (30 April 2021) (appears above as Rajpramukh of Beltola)
  5. Anoushkaa Patranabish, Rajpramukh of Basistha (28 January 2021) (appears above as Rajpramukh of Basistha)
  6. Count Casper Naverovic (6 March 2021)
  7. Duke Ștefan Marius Snagoveanu MP (11 September 2021) (appears above as former head of state of Basistha)
  8. Duke Phillip Joseph Pillin PC (22 November 2021)
9A Former Deputy Prime Ministers By departure from office:
  1. Asmi, Senior Princess of Beltola (29 September 2020) (appears above as Regent of Beltola)
  2. Ankurjyoti Thakuria (9 March 2020)
  3. Bishnu Chetry, Rajpramukh of Uttaranchal (30 April 2020) (appears above as Uparashtradhyaksh)
  4. Arnab Sil, Rajpramukh of Madhya Prant (30 April 2020) (appears above as Rajpramukh of Madhya Prant)
  5. Abhiraj, Senior Princess of Purvanchal MP (28 January 2021)
  6. Liam Alexander (28 January 2021)
  7. Duke David Augustus PC (1 March 2021)
  8. Duke Michal Nowacki (17 March 2022)
  9. Duke Rory McPhail (30 July 2022)
Former Presidents of the Privy Council By departure from office:
  1. Baron Chris Ramsay PC (31 December 2021)
  2. Duke Jayden Dagsa (28 November 2022)
10 Dukes of the Realm[b] Refer here
10A Grand Cordons of the Most Eminent Order of the Foxtail Orchid (D.K.O.)[a] Refer here
11 Senior Minister Vacant
12 Speaker of the Lok Sabha Duke Tyler Mullins MP
12A Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Baron Carson Snyder
13 Grand Cordons of the Most Exalted Order of the Crown of Vishwamitra (S.U.M.V.)[a] Refer here
14 Vice President of the Privy Council Duke Phillip Joseph Pillin PC (appears above as former Prime Minister)
Privy Councilors Refer here
14A Cabinet Ministers for the Union Refer here
14B Chief Ministers of the states Chief Minister of Purvanchal, Princess Shivangi (28 November 2021)
14C Leader of the Opposition Toyotomi-Kim Tatsumi MP
15 Counts of the Realm[b] Refer here
15A Grand Cordons of the Most Excellent Royal Vishwamitran Order of Merit (S.U.V.B.)[a] Refer here
16 Judges of the Supreme Court Vacant
16A Deputy Speaker of the Lok Sabha Devin Purcell MP
17 Ministers of State for the Union Refer here
17A Administrators of the Overseas Territories
  1. Administrator of New Alamo, Duke David Augustus (11 February 2021) (appears above as GCH)
  2. Administrator of Roanoke, Count Arturo Lara (10 September 2021)
  3. Administrator of Swevalis, Duke Rory McPhail (23 September 2021) (appears above as former Deputy Prime Minister)
  4. Administrator of New Indischeland, Baron Manggala Alif Prasetia (18 August 2022) (appears above as a minister of state)
  5. Administrator of Rabat-Mġarr, Count Matthew Tonna (18 October 2022) (appears above as cabinet minister)
18 Members of the Lok Sabha Refer here
18A Ambassadors Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary accredited to Vishwamitra
19 Barons of the Realm[b] Refer here
20 Chief of the General Staff General Baron John Caravaggio III (appears above as COH)
20A Deputy Chief of the General Staff Colonel General Baron Vincent Wilhelm von Ironside (appears above as a baron of the realm)
21 Mayors of the cities
  1. Mayor of Rajagriha, Prince Debajyoti
  2. Mayor of Brikshasthana and Basistha City, Chandan Das
  3. Mayor of Gotanagar, Sanghita Roy
  4. Mayor of Navanna, Reshmi Hazarika
  5. Mayor of Dadara, Sampriti Paul
21A Lord Chamberlain of the Royal Household Baron W. Pranit Singh (appears above as cabinet minister)
22 Deputy Administrators of the Overseas Territories
  1. Deputy Administrator of Swevalis, Rubi McPhail
23 Heads of royal diplomatic missions
24 Heads of royal consular missions

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Precedence is determined by date of investiture. Substantive members take precedence over honorary members.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Precedence is determined by date of appointment. Substantive appointees take precedence over honorary appointees.