Order of precedence (Vishwamitra)

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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 27 February 2021.

Details

The following lists precedence of offices and their holders since 19 March 2021.

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Heads and deputy heads of states
Members of the royal families and royal houses
Members of the federal and state administrations
Members of the legislature
Others
Rank Position Incumbent (as of 21 March 2021)
1
Rashtradhyaksh Dhrubajyoti Roy (1 August 2020)
2 Deputy Rashtradhyaksh Tanishkaa Patranabish (1 January 2021)
3 Rulers of the provinces
(in order of seniority of states)
  1. Dhrubajyoti Roy of Purvanchal (8 June 2020) (appears above as Rashtradhyaksh)
  2. Tanishkaa Patranabish of Beltola (8 June 2020) (appears above as Deputy Rashtradhyaksh)
  3. Bishnu Chetry of Uttaranchal (8 June 2020)
  4. Arnab Sil of Madhya Prant (8 June 2020)
  5. Anirban Phatowali of Kamrupa (8 June 2020)
  6. Mridul Amin of Basistha (8 June 2020)
4 Prime Minister Gheorghe Ștefan Marius (6 March 2021)
5 Regents of the provinces
(in the order of appointment)<
  1. Princess Sarala, Princess Regent of Purvanchal (6 February 2021)
6 Deputy Prime Minister Vacant
7 Members of the royal families
(in the order of seniority of states)
8 Premiers Emeritus
(in the order of seniority by date of demitting office)
  1. Princess Arnisha (1 January 2010)
  2. Princess Anoushkaa (28 January 2021)
  3. Casper Naverović (6 March 2021)
9 Heirs to the Thrones of the provinces
(in the order of seniority of states)
  1. Princess Sarala, Crown Princess of Purvanchal (6 February 2021) (appears above as Princess Regent of Purvanchal)
  2. Princess Asmi, Senior Princess of Beltola (8 June 2020)
  3. Prince Manoj, Crown Prince of Uttaranchal (8 June 2020)
  4. Prince Saikat, Crown Prince of Madhya Prant (8 June 2020)
  5. Princess Arnisha, Senior Minister of Kamrupa (8 June 2020) (appears above as Premier Emeritus)
10 Members of the royal houses
(in the order of seniority of states)
11 Senior Minister Prince Abhiraj (6 March 2021)
11A Chief Justice Justice Anthony R. Clark (15 February 2021)
12 Governors of overseas territories
(in the order of appointment)
  1. Ava Calero, Governor of New Holland (10 February 2021)
  2. David Augustus, Governor of New Alamo (11 February 2021)
  3. Logan Ross, Governor of Cangun Llus (18 February 2021)
12A Cabinet Ministers for the Union
(in the order of appointment)
  1. Cristian Dobrev
  2. Michal Nowacki
  3. Farhaz Hazarika
  4. Daniel Lee
  5. Matthew Xia
  6. Princess Bishakha
13 Leader of the Opposition David Augustus (appears above as Governor of New Alamo)
14 Former Deputy Prime Ministers
(in the order of seniority by date of demitting office)
15 Ministers of State for the Union
  1. Ezri Ambriz
16 Privy Councillors
17 Puisine Judge of the Supreme Court Vacant
18 Mayors of the capital cities
(in the seniority of cities)
  1. Pierre Pellen, Mayor of Rajagriha
  2. Chandan Das, Mayor of Brikshasthana and Basistha City
  3. Sanghita Roy, Mayor of Gotanagar
  4. Reshmi Hazarika, Mayor of Navanna
  5. Sampriti Paul, Mayor of Dadara
19 Chief of the General Staff General Arturo Lara (17 February 2021)
20 Commanders of the tri-services
  1. Lieutenant General Vincent Wilhelm von Ironside, Commander of the Army
  2. Air Marshal Cameron Koehler, Commander of the Air Force
21 Dean of the diplomatic corps William Cooper, Ambassador to Canada
22 Ambassadors extraordinary and plenipotentiary accredited to Vishwamitra
23 Heads of the diplomatic missions
24 Members of the parliament
25 Former Cabinet Ministers for the Union
(in the order of seniority by date of demitting office)
26 Members of the Vishwamitran Armed Forces