Privy Council of Vishwamitra

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His Majesty's The Most Honourable Privy Council
राज परिषद
Emblem of the Privy Council of Vishwamitra.svg
Royal Arms of the Privy Council
AbbreviationPrivy Council, PC
Formation1 July 2020 (2020-07-01)
Legal statusNon-executive advisory body
Membership (2022)
8
Official language
English
Hindi
Dhrubajyoti Roy
Count Shiro Mephistopheles

His Illustrious and Royal Majesty's The Most Honourable Privy Council, usually known simply as the Privy Council of Vishwamitra or just the Privy Council, is a formal body of advisers to the Monarch of the State of Vishwamitra. The council, as the Vishwamitran Constitution stipulates must not be composed of more than eighteen members. The council is led by the President of the Privy Council, currently held by Count Shiro Mephistopheles since 28 November 2022. The Rashtradhyaksh alone appoints all members of the council in consultation with the president.

The Privy Council was formed on 1 July 2020 by then Rashtradhyaksh Tanishkaa Patranabish issuing a royal decree. It "has the function of providing non-binding advice to the Monarch on the exercise of the powers and duties of the Throne and on any matter which may be brought by the Monarch to its attention", and "is comprised of Privy Councillors appointed to it by the Monarch."

Privy Councillors have the right of unhindered access to the ear of the Monarch, to impart advice and concerns. They are entitled to the use of the style of "The Most Excellent" while in office, in exception to the President who is entitled to use "Excellency" while in office.

History

The first privy council in Vishwamitra was established by a royal decree on 1 July 2020, by Rashtradhyaksh Tanishkaa Patranabish based on the institutions of Thailand and the United Kingdom. At time of the establishment of the office, the Rashtradhyaksh nominated a council of sixteen members and three honorary members. Following her abdication on 29 July 2020, her privy council ceased to exist.

The second privy council was formed by Rashtradhyaksh Dhrubajyoti Roy on 14 August 2020 which underwent several changes throughout its existence. The council comprised of the rulers of the states, the Prime Minister, members of the council of ministers, senior royals and other state officials who served in the council from time to time. The position of the President of the council was created on 25 May 2021 with Chris Ramsay becoming the first to occupy said office.

However, the privy council was abolished at midnight of 31 December 2021 through a parliamentary ordinance. The house of councillors was established as the upper house of the parliament thereupon on 1 January 2022 and most of the sitting privy councilors were elected as members of the newly-created house. The Rashtradhyaksh created the Council of State on 29 January 2022 to render several functions usually reserved for the Privy Council.

By late April 2022, there were indications for the parliament to return to unicameralism with the upper house being abolished. Finally on 19 April 2022, a bill to repeal the Bicameral Legislature Act of 2021 was introduced in the House of the People by Minister Matthew Tonna which was subsequently passed by both houses and received the assent of the Rashtradhyaksh on 27 April 2022. The council of state was also abolished on the same day.

On 28 April 2022, the Privy Council was established for the second time by Rashtradhyaksh Dhrubajyoti Roy through royal decree - 237/2022 as a body of advisers to perform duties and submit advice on various matters from time to time as sought by the Rashtradhyaksh or as directed by the Constitution or other legislations.

Functions

The functions of the privy council are described in Article 27 of the Constitution of Vishwamitra and through the establishing decree issued by the Rashtradhyaksh. The members of the privy council are to discharge various functions and duties as assigned to them by the Sovereign. The royal decree describes the functions of the privy council as:

  1. Deliberate and submit its views for His Illustrious and Royal Majesty’s consideration on all matters in which the Government requests His Majesty’s Royal signature of sanction. This includes, among other things, draft legislation, constitutional amendments, appointment of senior officials excluding the Prime Minister.
  2. Deliberate and submit its views for His Illustrious and Royal Majesty’s consideration and final decision on petitions and orders for convicted individuals or those declared as personae non grata under Article 7 of the Constitution or the laws of the land.
  3. Upon Royal command, deliberate and submit its views for His Illustrious and Royal Majesty’s consideration and final decision on petitions regarding grievances submitted to His Illustrious and Royal Majesty by private citizens or to uphold human rights in the state.
  4. In general, perform any service or function as His Illustrious and Royal Majesty may from time-to-time command. The scope can be wide-ranging and varied.
  5. Upon Royal Command, represent His Illustrious and Royal Majesty and other royals at official functions and perform their functions.

Composition

By virtue of Article 27 of the Constitution of the State, the Rashtradhyaksh shall select and appoint a qualified person to be the President of the Privy Council and not more than eighteen other Privy Councilors to constitute the Privy Council. The selection, appointment or removal of a Privy Councilor shall be at His Illustrious and Royal Majesty’s pleasure.

A Privy Councilor must be a citizen of the state and shall be deemed qualified to hold such distinction by His Illustrious and Royal Majesty. An appointed Privy Councilor must not be a Member of the Parliament, a member of the Council of Ministers, Ombudsman, judge of the Supreme Court, serving chiefs of staff of the Armed Forces. Neither can a Privy Councilor be a government official (excluding members of the diplomatic corps) or a member of any affiliated political party. If any appointed Privy Councilor is a member of any political party, they shall immediately cease to be a member of that party.

Before assuming their office as a Privy Councilor, they must pledge their loyalty to His Illustrious and Royal Majesty and other rulers of the land. They shall continuously and with loyalty discharge their assigned duties. The Privy Councilors shall make the following oath or affirmation:

“I, _________________, having being appointed a Privy Councilor, do hereby swear in the God (or solemnly affirm) that I shall continuously and unfailingly discharge my duties as directed to me by His Illustrious and Royal Majesty and shall forever continue to be loyal to him. I shall not directly or indirectly commit any disloyalty before His Illustrious and Royal Majesty.”

The President of the Privy Council shall receive a precedence immediately after the Prime Minister, while the Vice-President and other Privy Councilors shall receive a precedence equivalent to a Cabinet Minister of the Union.

Emblem

The emblem of the privy council has a highly symbolic and religious meaning. The main element of the emblem is the three-headed elephant or Airavata, also known as abhra-matanga, the mount of Hindu god Indra, the King of the Devas which is a principal symbol of Hindu cosmography. The elephant stands on a lotus wide-open pedestal, with a well-designed background. The elephant's heads are topped by the Crown of Vishwamitra, a symbol of the monarchy and its role in the privy council.

List of privy councils

Tanishkaa Patranabish's privy council (July 2020)

Rashtradhyaksh I Tanishkaa Patranabish established the privy council on 1 July 2020 and nominated sixteen privy councilors and three other honorary councilors who were friendly leaders of ally nations. The privy council remained into force until her abdication on 29 July 2020 with all members ceasing their offices with her abdication.

# Privy Councilor Notes
Privy Council (1 July  – 29 July 2020)
1 Dhrubajyoti Roy Upa Rashtradhyaksh of Vishwamitra & Rajpramukh of Purvanchal
2 Bishnu Chetry Rajpramukh of Uttaranchal
3 Arnab Sil Rajpramukh of Madhya Prant
4 Anirban Phatowali Rajpramukh of Kamrupa
5 Mridul Amin Rajpramukh of Basistha
6 Princess Asmi Regent of Beltola
7 Princess Anoushkaa Prime Minister
8 Prince Abhiraj Deputy Prime Minister
9 Ankurjyoti Thakuria Senior Minister
10 Nishwan Baidantic Senior Minister
11 Arnab Deka Cabinet Minister
12 Rajdeep Deka Cabinet Minister
13 Prince Saikat Cabinet Minister
14 Prince Manoj Cabinet Minister
15 Bhargab Jyoti Medhi Cabinet Minister
16 Sampriti Paul Mayor of Dadara
H1 H.H. Lakan Gat Mahayap President of Kaleido
H2 H.E. Suleiman Karabakh President of Renderfeit
H3 H.E. Gustavo Essedin Gamee Prime Minister of Gugutanea

Dhrubajyoti Roy's first privy council (August 2020 – December 2021)

Dhrubajyoti Roy became the second Rashtradhyaksh of Vishwamitra on 1 August 2020 to succeed Tanishkaa Patranabish. The second privy council was established on 14 August 2020 and initially nominated eleven privy councilors of whom four were honorary members. The council was abolished on 31 December 2021. At the time of abolition, a total of 39 (thirty eight) had served as privy councilors.

# Portrait Privy Councilor Appointed on Ceased to be
member
Time in office Notes
In the order of appointment of office
1 Portrait of Tanishkaa Patranabish (2021).jpeg Her Exalted Highness
Tanishkaa Patranabish
तनिष्का पत्रनाबिश
(born 2004)
14 August 2020 31 December 2021 1 year, 139 days Deputy Rashtradhyaksh, the Rajpramukh of Beltola & former Rashtradhyaksh of Vishwamitra. Served as the Chancellor of the Second Privy Council from its creation until 25 May 2021.
2 Bishnu Chetry.png His Exalted Highness
Bishnu Chetry
बिष्णु छेत्री
(born 2001)
14 August 2020 31 December 2021 1 year, 139 days The Rajpramukh of Uttaranchal and Chairman of the Conference of Rulers.
3 Portrait of Arnab Sil.png His Exalted Highness
Arnab Sil
अर्नब सिल
(born 2004)
14 August 2020 31 December 2021 1 year, 139 days The Rajpramukh of Madhya Prant.
4 Anirban Phatowali new photo.jpg His Exalted Highness
Anirban Phatowali
अनिर्बान फतोवाली
(born 2009)
14 August 2020 31 December 2021 1 year, 139 days The Rajpramukh of Kamrupa.
5 Portrait of Princess Anoushkaa (2021).jpg Her Royal Highness
Princess Anoushkaa
राजकुमारी अनुष्का
(born 2010)
14 August 2020 31 December 2021 1 year, 139 days Served as the Prime Minister of Vishwamitra until 28 January 2021 and later served as Deputy Prime Minister and Senior Minister.
6 Photo of Abhiraj Kar.jpg His Serene Highness
Prince Abhiraj
राजकुमार अभिराज
(born 2006)
14 August 2020 31 December 2021 1 year, 139 days Served as the Deputy Prime Minister until 28 January 2021. Briefly served as Prime Minister between 20 and 31 August 2020 and later also served as Senior Minister.
7 Ankurjyoti Thakuria.jpg His Excellency
Ankurjyoti Thakuria
अंकुरज्योति ठाकुरिया
(born 2002)
14 August 2020 26 February 2021 196 days Served as Senior Minister until 28 January 2021.
8 Man without face.svg His Highness
Lakan Gat Mahayap
लकन गत महायाप
(born 1992)
14 August 2020 9 September 2020 26 days Honorary Councilor; nominated as a member on 14 August 2020 and remained until his removal on 9 September 2020.
9 Man without face.svg His Excellency
Suleiman Karabakh
सुलेमान काराबाख
(born 2007)
14 August 2020 9 September 2020 26 days Honorary Councilor; nominated as a member on 14 August 2020 and remained until his removal on 9 September 2020.
10 Escutcheon of Archie Birch.svg His Majesty
Otto Gillespie Birch
ओटो गिलेस्पी बिर्च
(born 2001)
14 August 2020 27 September 2020 44 days Honorary Councilor; also served as the Vice-Chairman of the National Advisory Council. Nominated as a member on 14 August 2020 and remained until his removal on 27 September 2020.
11 Portrait of Phillip Joseph Pillin.png His Excellency
Phillip Joseph Pillin,
Count of Youngstown

फिलिप जोसेफ पिलिन
(born 1996)
14 August 2020 31 December 2021 1 year, 139 days Initially appointed as Honorary Councilor, but later became a permanent member. Served as Vice President of the Privy Council between June and October 2021 and later also served as Caretaker Prime Minister between October and November 2021.
12 Casper (AI-Generated Portrait, 22 Capricornus 12020).png His Excellency
Casper Naverović
कैस्पर नवेरोविक
(born 2004)
28 August 2020 23 November 2020 87 days Initially appointed as Honorary Councilor, but later became a permanent member. Resigned as a member on 23 November 2020.
13 Ștefan Marius Snagoveanu Portrait.png His Highness
Ștefan Marius Snagoveanu
स्टीफन मारियस स्नागोवेनु
(born 2004)
28 October 2020 31 December 2021 1 year, 64 days Nominated as a privy councilor while serving as Foreign Minister. Became caretaker Prime Minister on 28 January 2021 and then was elected for a full term on 6 March 2021. Remained in office until 11 September 2021 when he was nominated as the Rajyapal of Basistha.
14 Man without face.svg His Excellency
Chandrachur Basu
चंद्रचूर बसु
(born 2006)
28 October 2020 17 November 2020 20 days Nominated as a privy councilor for the first time on 28 October 2020 as the Administrator of Chandril. Removed as a member on 17 November 2020 for disgrace.
15 WaGmvu43MRAs- port.jpg The Most Excellent
Isaiah David,
Duke of Edrom

(born 2006)
20 November 2020 31 December 2021 1 year, 41 days Nominated as a privy councilor on 20 November 2020. Later served as members of the House of the People and the House of Councillors.
16 Escutcheon of Duke David Augustus (Vishwamitra).svg His Excellency
David Augustus,
Duke of Osian

(born 2006)
26 December 2020 31 December 2021 1 year, 5 days Nominated as a privy councilor on 26 December 2020. Became Deputy Prime Minister in the caretaker government between January and March 2021. Later served as the Leader of the Opposition in the House of the People.
(14) Man without face.svg His Excellency
Chandrachur Basu
चंद्रचूर बसु
(born 2006)
1 January 2021 5 February 2021 35 days Chandrachur Basu, the Administrator of Chandril was reinstated of his membership in the privy council on 1 January 2021. However, he was removed a month later on 5 February after being disgrace.
(12) Casper (AI-Generated Portrait, 22 Capricornus 12020).png His Excellency
Casper Naverović,
Count of Ayndo

कैस्पर नवेरोविक
(born 2004)
14 January 2021 5 May 2021 111 days Naverović was nominated as a member of the privy council for a second term on 14 January 2021. He briefly served as the Prime Minister between in March 2021. He resigned as a privy councilor on 5 May 2021.
17 MunroePortrait2021.jpg His Excellency
Liam Alexander
लियाम अलेक्जेंडर
(born 2005)
14 January 2021 28 January 2021 14 days Nominated as a privy councilor on 14 January 2021. He was nominated as the Deputy Prime Minister on 28 January 2021 but resigned hours later and also relinquished his membership in the privy council.
18 Portrait of Princess Sarala (2021).jpg Her Royal Highness
Princess Sarala
राजकुमारी सरला
(born 2005)
26 February 2021 31 December 2021 308 days The Princess Regent of Purvanchal.
19 KTIOfficial2020.jpeg His Excellency
Thomas Bainbridge,
Baron Bainbridge

थॉमस बैनब्रिज
(born 1994)
26 February 2021 31 December 2021 308 days Nominated as a privy councilor on 26 February 2021 while serving as the Minister of Education. Later served as the Vice-Chief of the Royal Vishwamitran Navy.
20 CameronI-OfficialPortrait-January2022.png The Most Excellent
Abrams Wiucki-Dunswed,
Duke of Portanhel

अब्राम्स विक्की-डनस्वीड
(born 2006)
26 February 2021 31 December 2021 308 days Nominated as a privy councilor on 26 February 2021. Later served as the Commander of the Royal Vishwamitran Air Force and the Chief of Defence Staff.
21 Arturo Lara 2019.jpg The Right Honourable
Arturo E. Lara,
Count of Granville

आर्टुरो ई. लारा
(born 1998)
26 February 2021 31 December 2021 308 days Nominated as a privy councilor on 26 February 2021 as the Chief of Defence Staff. Later got elected to the House of the People and served as a Minister in the government.
22 Portrait of William Cooper (2021).png The Right Honourable
William Cooper,
Baron Cooper of Ottawa

विलियम कूपर
(born 2005)
26 February 2021 3 July 2021 127 days Nominated as a privy councilor on 26 February 2021. Served as the Ambassador to Canada and the Dean of the Diplomatic Corps since December 2020. Removed as a privy councilor on 3 July 2021.
23 Portrait of Farhaz Hazarika (November 2021).jpg His Excellency The Most Honourable
Farhaz Hazarika,
Duke of Pragjyotisha

फरहाज़ हजारिका
(born 2003)
23 May 2021 31 December 2021 222 days Nominated as a privy councilor on 23 May 2021 while serving as the Home Minister. Later became a Deputy Prime Minister in June 2021 and subsequently became the Prime Minister in September 2021 and was re-elected to office in November 2021.
24 Portait michal (3).jpg His Excellency The Right Honourable
Michal Nowacki,
Duke of Stettin

मीकल नोवाकी
(born 2003)
23 May 2021 31 December 2021 222 days Nominated as a privy councilor on 23 May 2021. Served as the Minister of Defence and later became a Deputy Prime Minister in June 2021.
25 Man without face.svg His Excellency
Christopher Ramsay
क्रिस्टोफर रामसे
(born 2004)
23 May 2021 31 December 2021 222 days Nominated as a privy councilor on 23 May 2021 while he was a member of parliament. Appointed as acting President of the Privy Council two days later on 25 May and was subsequently appointed for a permanent tenure on 11 July 2021.
26 Man without face.svg The Most Excellent
Joel Camurkar
जोएल कैमूरकर
23 May 2021 28 August 2021 97 days Nominated as a privy councilor on 23 May 2021 as a member of parliament. He resigned from all his positions including being a member of the privy council on 28 August 2021.
27 Portrait of Jayden Dagsa, 2019.jpg The Right Honourable
Jayden Dagsa,
Count of Maybunga

जायडेन डगसा
(born 2008)
23 May 2021 15 July 2021 53 days Nominated as a privy councilor on 23 May 2021. Served as Principal Heraldic Advisor and the Ambassador to the Philippines. Removed as a privy councilor on 15 July 2021 for disrespecting the throne.
28 Escutcheon of Archie Birch.svg The Right Honourable
Otto Gillespie Birch,
Baron Birch of Machias

ओटो गिलेस्पी बिर्च
(born 2001)
23 May 2021 3 July 2021 41 days Nominated as a privy councilor for the second time on 23 May 2021. Served as the Administrator of Sankewitahasuwakon. Removed as a privy councilor on 3 July 2021 on grounds of inactivity.
29 Escutcheon of Sander Koff in Vishwamitra.svg The Right Honourable
Sander Koff,
Count of Harrien

सैंडर कोफ्
(born 2008)
3 July 2021 31 December 2021 181 days Nominated as a privy councilor on 3 July 2021. Later served as the Commander of the Navy and also as the first Chief of the Naval Staff.
30 Essexia MattG .jpg The Right Honourable
Matthew Griffin,
Count of Essex

मैथ्यू ग्रिफिन
(born 2003)
3 July 2021 31 December 2021 181 days Nominated as a privy councilor on 3 July 2021. Served as the Commander of the Royal Vishwamitran Air Force and subsequently became the Chief of the Air Staff. He also briefly served as a Minister in the government.
31 Tucker Gladden in 2021 (pog) (cropped 2).png The Right Honourable
Tucker Gladden,
Baron Gladden of Madison

टकर ग्लैडेन
(born 2008)
3 July 2021 15 July 2021 12 days Nominated as a privy councilor on 3 July 2021. Served as Consul-General in Mississippi. Removed as a privy councilor on 15 July 2021 for disrespecting the throne.
32 Portrait of Ned Voda.svg His Excellency
Ned Vodă,
Baron Vodă

नेड वोडा
(born 2001)
16 July 2021 31 December 2021 168 days Nominated as a privy councilor on 16 July 2021. Served as the Minister of Finance and Law and Justice in the government and later also served as the Minister of External Affairs and National Development.
33 Escutcheon of Lord Rory McPhail.svg His Excellency
Rory McPhail,
Count of Griffith

रोरी मैकफैल
(born 2007)
16 July 2021 31 December 2021 168 days Nominated as a privy councilor on 16 July 2021. Served as a minister of state in the government and was later appointed as the Minister of External Affairs and Parliamentary Affairs.
34 Prince Luis Portrait.JPG The Most Excellent
Luis Marcel
(born 2001)
16 July 2021 31 December 2021 168 days Nominated as a privy councilor on 16 July 2021 and was the only serving non-citizen privy councilor. He was appointed to the council in recognition of the friendship between the two nations.
(27) Portrait of Jayden Dagsa, 2019.jpg His Excellency
Jayden Dagsa,
Duke of Karad

जायडेन डगसा
(born 2008)
19 July 2021 31 December 2021 165 days Nominated as a privy councilor for a second term on 19 July 2021. Later served as a minister of state in the government and was also promoted as a cabinet minister becoming the Minister of Culture and Information and Broadcasting in November 2021 but resigned a month later. He also relinquished his membership in the privy council hours before its dissolution on 31 December 2021.
(31) Tucker Gladden in 2021 (pog) (cropped 2).png The Right Honourable
Tucker Gladden,
Count of Madison

टकर ग्लैडेन
(born 2008)
31 July 2021 27 August 2021 58 days Nominated as a privy councilor for a second term on 3 July 2021. Also served as the Chief of the Police Force. Resigned as a privy councilor on 27 August 2021.
35 Man without face.svg The Right Honourable
Tyler Mullins,
Count of Mullins

टायलर मुलिंस
(born 1997)
16 August 2021 31 December 2021 137 days Nominated as a privy councilor on 16 August 2021 while serving as Consul-General in Georgia. He was later elected to the House of the People and subsequently became a Minister in the government in November 2021.
36 Daniel Hamilton January 2021.jpg The Most Excellent
Daniel Hamilton
डेनियल हैमिल्टन
(born 2006)
16 August 2021 10 September 2021 25 days Nominated as a privy councilor on 16 August 2021 while serving as Consul-General in Perth. Resigned as a member on 10 September 2021.
37 Escutcheon of Princess Asmi.svg Her Royal Highness
Princess Asmi
राजकुमारी असमी
(born 2007)
28 October 2021 31 December 2021 137 days The Senior Princess of Beltola.
38 First Minister Kenny.jpg His Excellency
Patrick Kenny
पैट्रिक केनी
(born 2002)
28 October 2021 31 December 2021 137 days Nominated as a privy councilor on 28 October 2021. Served as the Minister of External Affairs in the caretaker government between October and November 2021.
39 Charles Burgardt Official Portrait.jpg His Excellency
Charles Burgardt,
Count of Suffolk

चार्ल्स बरगार्ड
(born 2002)
28 October 2021 31 December 2021 137 days Nominated as a privy councilor on 28 October 2021. Served as the Minister of Finance and Law and Justice. Last individual to be nominated to the privy council prior to its dissolution in December 2021.

Dhrubajyoti Roy's second privy council (April 2022 onwards)

Dhrubajyoti Roy, Rashtradhyaksh of Vishwamitra re-established the privy council on 28 April 2022 through his royal decree numbered 237-2022 and nominated nine individuals to the council. Of the nine members, included seven former privy councilors of whom one previously served as the president of the council and two were former prime ministers. Only two nominated individuals were privy councilors for the first time.

The current privy council as nominated on 28 April 2022, including changes, is as follows:

# Portrait Privy Councilor Appointed on Time in office Current positions Former notable positions
1 Man without face.svg Count
Shiro Mephistopheles

शिरो मेफिस्टोफेल्स
(born 1991)
2 August 2022 118 days
2 Portrait of Phillip Joseph Pillin.png Duke
Phillip Joseph Pillin

फिलिप जोसेफ पिलिन
(born 1996)
28 April 2022 214 days
3 Man without face.svg Baron
Chris Ramsay

क्रिस्टोफर रामसे
(born 2004)
28 April 2022 214 days
4 Escutcheon of Sander Koff in Vishwamitra.svg Count
Sander Koff

सैंडर कोफ्
(born 2008)
28 April 2022 214 days
5 Quintus De Vitaliis portrait.png Baron
Quintus De Vitaliis

क्विंटस डी विटालिस
(born 1999)
10 July 2022 141 days
6 Escutcheon of Duke David Augustus (Vishwamitra).svg Duke
David Augustus

डेविड ऑगस्टस
(born 2007)
2 August 2022 118 days
7 Charles Burgardt Official Portrait.jpg Count
Charles Burgardt

चार्ल्स बरगार्ड
(born 2002)
2 August 2022 118 days
8 Man without face.svg Baron
Jan-Olav Spiekermann

जान-ओलाव स्पाइकरमैन
(born 1991)
3 September 2022 86 days Non-Resident Ambassador to Obscurium (2021-2022)

Former members

# Portrait Privy Councilor Appointed on Ceased to be
member
Time in office Notes
In the order of appointment of office
1 Ștefan Marius Snagoveanu Portrait.png Duke
Ștefan Marius Snagoveanu

स्टीफन मारियस स्नागोवेनु
(born 2004)
28 April 2022 29 September 2022 154 days Former Rajyapal of Basistha and Prime Minister. Nominated as a privy councilor on 28 April 2022 following the re-establishment of the privy council. Resigned on 29 September 2022.
2 Portait michal (3).jpg Duke
Michal Nowacki

मीकल नोवाकी
(born 2003)
28 April 2022 4 July 2022 67 days Former Deputy Prime Minister. Nominated as a privy councilor on 28 April 2022 following the re-establishment of the privy council. Resigned on 4 July 2022.
3 KTIOfficial2020.jpeg Baron
Thomas Bainbridge

थॉमस बैनब्रिज
(born 1994)
28 April 2022 27 July 2022 90 days Former Minister of Education, Culture. Nominated as a privy councilor on 28 April 2022 following the re-establishment of the privy council. Membership revoked on 27 July 2022 for actions against the state.
4 Portrait of A.Mirza2022.png Baron
Arsal Abbas Mirza

अरसल अब्बास मिर्जा
(born 2006)
28 April 2022 27 July 2022 90 days Dean of the Diplomatic Corps and Ambassador to Pakistan. Nominated as a privy councilor on 28 April 2022 following the re-establishment of the privy council. Resigned on 27 July 2022.
5 Matthew Hubbard.jpeg Baron
Matthew Hubbard

मैथ्यू हबर्ड
(born 2004)
28 April 2022 27 July 2022 90 days Vice President of the Micronational Olympic Federation. Nominated as a privy councilor on 28 April 2022 following the re-establishment of the privy council. Resigned on 27 July 2022.
6 Man without face.svg Arthur Lacey-Scott
आर्थर लेसी-स्कॉट
(born 2002)
6 May 2022 9 June 2022 34 days Nominated as a privy councilor on 6 May 2022. Resigned on 9 June 2022 and was appointed as the Minister of Parliamentary Affairs and Law and Justice two days later on 11 June 2022.
7 Arthur Brum.png Duke
Arthur Brum

आर्थर ब्रम
(born 1998)
10 July 2022 2 November 2022 115 days Nominated as a privy councilor on 10 July 2022. Resigned on 2 November 2022.
8 Portrait of Jayden Dagsa, 2019.jpg Duke
Jayden Dagsa

जायडेन डगसा
(born 2008)
28 April 2022 28 November 2022 214 days Nominated as a privy councilor and subsequently appointed as president of the council on 28 April 2022. Resigned on 28 November 2022.

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