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Privy Council of Imvrassia
|Privy Council of Imvrassia |
Συμβούλιο του Στέμματος της Ιμβρασίας
|Appointment by the joint Monarchs of Imvrassia|
The Privy Council is a body that advises the Head(s) of State typically in the context of a monarchic government. The word "privy" means "private" or "secret" thus and the Privy Council is originally a committee of the monarch's closest advisors to give confidential advice on state affairs. Its membership is made up of members of the Royal Family.
The Privy Council itself was founded on 14 January 2017 and has the function of providing non-binding advices to the Monarch(s) on the exercise of the powers and duties of the Throne and on any matter which may be brought by the Monarch(s) to its attention. The Privy Counsellors are appointed to it by the Crown and they have the right of unhindered access to the ear of the Monarch(s), to impart advice and concerns. The issues which the Council may advise having to do with the government, the entry of new citizens in the political life of the kingdom, the throne succession issues, issues related to the extension of the kingdom and in exceptional situations.
By Decree of the Crown on 16 June 2017 the legislative function of the Kingdom was transferred from the government to the Privy Council.
|Name||Position||Joined on||Left on|
|Aikaterini I||Queen of Imvrassia||14 January 2017|
|Stamatios I||King of Imvrassia||14 January 2017|
|Prince Aggelos||Minister of Foreign and Internal Affairs||14 January 2017|
|Princess Theologia||Minister without portofolio||14 January 2017|
|Prince Stamatios||Minister without portofolio||14 January 2017|