Privy Council of Ikonia

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His Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council
Royal coat of arms
Abbreviation Privy Council, PC
Predecessor
Formation 7 March 2019 (2019-03-07)
Legal status Non-executive advisory body
Membership 9
Official languages English
His Majesty King Cameron I
Clerk of the Council Karlos Fehrman
Website ikonia.ml/privycouncil
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His Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council, usually known simply as the Privy Council of Ikonia or just the Privy Council, is a formal body of advisers to the Sovereign of the Kingdom of Ikonia. Its membership mainly comprises of representatives of crown dependencies, cities, and more.

The Privy Council formally advises the sovereign, yet the sovereign still has full liability over anything, as Ikonia is a absolute monarchy.

Privy Counsellors have the right of unhindered access to the ear of the Monarch, to impart advice and concerns. They may also hold the style of The Rt Hon. (The Right Honourable) if they do not already have a higher-ranking style.

List of members

Royal Family Governmental figures Foreign head of states Other
Individual Appointed Roles/reasons
The Rt Hon. Sir Troy Koehler OD 7 March 2019 Prime Minister of Ikonia (October 2018-November 2018)
Secretary of Treasury (21 October 2018)
The Rt Hon. Hayden Ford 7 March 2019 Supreme Judge (26 October 2018)
Chief of the General Staff
The Rt Hon. Karlos Fehrman 7 March 2019 Air Chief Marshal (6 March 2019)
HG The Rt Hon. Andrew Flores OD 7 March 2019 High Commissioner of Mandatory Nazerick (2 January 2019)
Governor-General of Masso (14 January 2019)
Captain General Luis Sanchez OV 11 April 2019 Captain General (10 April 2019)
The Rt Hon. Kareem Risha OE OV 23 April 2019 High Commissioner of Mandatory Rishania (11 January 2019)
Chief of Defense Staff (13 January 2019)
Jack Morris 23 April 2019 Chief of Police (7 April 2019)

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