Order of precedence (Sancratosia)

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The order of precedence in Sancratosia is a legal hierarchy of important positions within the governing institutions of Sancratosia. It is prescribed by Sovereign Ordinance.

Order of precedence

  1. Sovereign Princess (Princess Cloe)
  2. Members of the House of Sancratosia
    1. Consorts of Sancratosia
    2. Marquess of Asero[a]
    3. Duchess Maria II
    4. Lord Donald
    5. Lord Nicola
    6. Lord Mateo
  3. President of the Government Council (Minister of State) (Cristian Neuton)
  4. President of the National Council (Vacant)
  5. President of the Crown Council (Vacant)
  6. President of the State Council (Vacant)
  7. Secretary of State (Vacant)
  8. Members of the Princely Palace of Sancratosia
    1. Chief of Staff of the Sovereign Princess (Vacant)
    2. First Private Councillor of the Sovereign Princess (Vacant)
    3. Chamberlain of the Sovereign Princess;
    4. Private Councillors and Plenipotentiary Ministers of the Sovereign Princess (Vacant)
  9. Members of the Government Council (Councillors-Ministers)
    1. Councillor-Minister of Society (Eujen Smit)
    2. Councillor-Minister of Finances (Vacant)
    3. Councillor-Minister of Economy (Vacant)
    4. Councillor-Minister of Territory (Vacant)
    5. Councillor-Minister of Foreign relations (Vacant)
  10. Representatives of foreign governments to Sancratosia
  11. Members of the National Council
  12. Members of the Crown Council
  13. Members of the State Council
  14. Ambassadors of Sancratosia
    1. Ambassadors-at-Large
    2. Ambassadors to intermicronational organizations
  15. Mayor of Sancratosia (Vacant)
  16. Members of the Municipal Council
  17. President of the Supreme Court (Vacant)
  18. President of the Revision Court (Vacant)
  19. President of the Appeal Court (Vacant)
  20. Attorney General (Vacant)
  21. Members of the Supreme Court
  22. Members of the Revision Court
  23. Members of the Appeal Court
  24. President of the General Court (Vacant)
  25. Members of the General Court
  26. Peace Judge
  27. Commandant of the Public Force (Vacant)
  28. Commandant of the Public Security (Vacant)
  29. Commandants of the branches of the Public Force
    1. Commandant of the Company of the Princely Guards
    2. Commandant of the Company of the Princely Firefighters
  30. Presidents of the Permanent commissions
  31. General directors of the Departments
  32. Chancellor and Members of State orders
  33. Chancellor and Members of Dynastic orders
  34. Judges
  35. Notaries
  36. Lawyers-Defenders and Lawyers

Special procedures

Special procedures have to be followed under certain conditions. For instance, if a person is titular of more than one function mentioned above, they take the rank associated with the highest function in the order of precedence. Most positions, if more than one people are associated with, such as ambassadors take precedence by order of accreditation date. A special rule also exists for retired individuals which have received the honorific position of their former function as they take rank immediately after the actual titulars.

Delegation of ranks

Delegation of ranks is not permitted in Sancratosia. Some exceptions exists for the representatives of the Sovereign Princess and the Minister of State. Same rule applies for the Vice-President of the National Council and the Vice-Mayor of Sancratosia when they are replacing the titular authority.

See also


Informational notes

  1. The Marquess of Asero is a substantive title reserved to the heir apparent, or in the lack thereof, to the Sovereign Princess.


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