List of heads of state by diplomatic precedence in Karnia-Ruthenia
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The order of precedence by diplomatic precedence is the sequential hierarchy of nominal importance to be applied to individuals, groups, or organizations within diplomatic circles in events of Imperial and Royal Court and other very formal and state occasions, especially where w:diplomats and foreign heads of state are present. It can also be used in the context of decorations, medals and awards.
A person's position in an order of precedence is not necessarily an indication of functional importance, but rather an indication of ceremonial or historical relevance; for instance, it may dictate where dignitaries are seated at formal dinners. The term is occasionally used to mean the order of succession — to determine who replaces the head of state in the event they are removed from office or incapacitated — as they are often identical, at least near the top.
Background and tradition[edit | edit source]
The system used in Karnia-Ruthenia is divided between their order of precedence for nationals in events of the Imperial and Royal Court that follow a particular order of precedence especially for national royalty, nobility, officers of state, senior members of the clergy, holders of the various orders of chivalry and other key-persons within the Empire.
However, considering foreigners, the system settled is the one reached at the Congress of Vienna, an outcome that was arguably enabled by the dissolution of the Holy Roman Empire. A "Regulation concerning the precedence of Diplomatic Agents", inspired by Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Périgord, was signed on 19 March 1815 and remained in use until 1961 for macronational purposes, when it was superseded by the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations. The latter still allows the host state to establish its own rules of precedence. But it was never reached a complete consensus. Nowadays,a common practice is to establish precedence in meetings of heads of state by length of tenure, like the order of precedence established by the United Nations. Karnia-Ruthenia still uses the method developed at the Congress of Vienna.
List[edit | edit source]
The current list is the general order of precedence for different micronations for state purposes, following the standards of the "Regulation concerning the precedence of Diplomatic Agents".
|Emperor-King [lower-alpha 1]||Oscar I|| Karnia-Ruthenia
|19 November 2014|
|Stadhouder||Lucas VIII[lower-alpha 2]|| Mauritia
|24 July 2013|
|Emperor [lower-alpha 3]||Leonardo I||Villa Alicia||29 September 2014|
|Tsar||Ivan VII||Lifreia||08 May 2015|
|Emperor||Olivier I||Angyalistan||31 January 1999|
|Emperor||Nicholas II [lower-alpha 4]||Abelden||29 May 2020|
|Emperor||Claudio I||Reunión||28 August 1997|
|Tsar||Ivan VII||Pavlov||17 February 2022|
|Emperor||Patrick I||Paravia||29 November 2014|
|Emperor||William I||Lehmark||19 April 2019|
|King||Guilherme I Ítalo[lower-alpha 5]||Taslavia||16 December 2020|
|King||Thomas I||Quinta Velha||29 December 2019|
|King||Arthur II [lower-alpha 6]||Ebenthal||29 December 2019|
|King||Raphael||Luna||20 August 2015|
|King||Caio I[lower-alpha 7]||Columbia||07 November 2021|
|Queen||Anastasia||Ruritania||17 May 2010|
|King||Aggelos I [lower-alpha 8]||Imvrassia||25 December 2020|
|King||Eran||Florenia||22 April 2011|
|King||Tarik||Sabia and Verona||23 August 2015|
|Queen||Marie-Adélina I||Navasse||13 September 2017|
|King||Gerónimo II||Atlia||25 July 2017|
|Queen [lower-alpha 9]||Maria I||Sildavia||17 February 2020|
|Sultan||Hassan IV[lower-alpha 10]||Harram||23 June 2021|
|King and Prince-Primate||Bruno I||Achsen||17 November 2020|
|King||Jonathan I||New Southern Rhine||17 January 2021|
|King||Abrams I||Ikonia||19 October 2018|
|King||Sander II||Revalia||27 April 2021|
|King||Edward IX [lower-alpha 11]||Queensland||12 February 2021|
|King||Tyler||New Athens||30 September 2019|
|King||Philip Joseph Pillin||Pibocip||15 October 2005|
|King||Carson I||Northwood-Oregon||29 September 2020|
|Queen||Sarah I||Northwood-Oregon||10 November 2020|
|King||Requión I||Boavista||31 May 2022|
|Archduke||Christoph II||Mimas||30 April 2015|
|Grand Duke||Nicholas I||Flandrensis||04 September 2008|
|Imperial Grand Duke||Julian I||Lundenwic||29 December 2013|
|Grand Duke [lower-alpha 12]||Frederick Augustus||Cheskgariya-Litvania||29 November 2020|
|Grand Duchess||Gabriela||Mëcklewmburg-Wladir||19 April 2021|
|Sovereign Prince||Jean-Pierra IV||Aigues Mortes||21 June 2011|
|Sovereign Prince||Vincent I||Hélianthis||01 June 2013|
|Prince||Carlo I||Nossia||05 January 2016|
|Sovereign Prince||Freï||Lorenzburg||01 December 2014|
|Sovereign Prince||Emanuel||Beremagne||11 February 2018|
|Sovereign Princess||Cloe||Sancratosia||01 December 2021|
|President||Joël Simon||Jura||22 February 2015|
|Minister-President||Dominic Desaintes||Saint-Castin||16 September 2014|
|President||Emiel Sebastiaan Hardy||Mahuset||03 January 2016|
|President||Adrian Wojtasz||Upper Shwartz Morgen Lorgen Land||01 October 2020|
|President||Rey Jr. Mancio||Renderfeit||04 June 2022|
|President||Ethan Sohnland||Sohnland||26 July 2015|
|President||Stephen Luke||Dracul||08 January 2022|
|Prime Minister [lower-alpha 13]||Gustavo Essedin Gamee||Angosvria||05 October 2020|
|President||Adam Pivetz[lower-alpha 14]||Gymnasium State||07 March 2022|
|President||Arsal Abbas Mirza||Arsalania||11 May 2019|
See also[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- ↑ Rémi Landry (2010). "Turbulences et changements institutionnels au sein de la Société internationale : une perspective historique" (PDF). Université Laval. p. 156.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
- ↑ Travers Twiss (1887). Le droit des gens ou des nations, considérés comme communautés politiques indépendantes. Paris. p. 323.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
- ↑ He assumed the Ruthenian Crown in 19 November 2014, Grand Duke of Gaussland in 30 June 2015, King of Acrin in 15 December 2015, Emperor of Karnia in 10 March 2016, King of Cardonia in 01 January 2020 and succeded William I as North American Emperor in 07 August 2020, a title that would be reformed to Occidian Emperor and King of Eniarku in 01 October 2020. Some of these titles were exercised concurrently by Oscar I, but by December 2021, all were already gathered under the Karno-Ruthenian Emperor, a title that has existed since 16 March 2016.
- ↑ Also Emperor of Badakistan since 08 December 2015.
- ↑ The title of the head of state was President until 31 May 2016.
- ↑ Nicholas II was the Emperor of the Abeldane Empire between 24 March and 16 June 2018.
- ↑ Guilherme I is also an Archduke of Karnia and Prince of Ruthenia.
- ↑ Arthur II was the King of Roschfallen between 28 January 2014 and 29 December 2019. He is also the Emperor of Sovietia since 08 July 2020.
- ↑ Ceased to be King when Columbia also ceased to exist.
- ↑ Aggelos I had served as the King and Prince of Imvrassia between 11 May 2011 and 5 November 2016.
- ↑ The monarch was titled Princess until 2 February 2021.
- ↑ Hassan IV is also the Emir of Takia.
- ↑ Edward IX had served as the King of Queensland between 3 January 2016 and 7 October 2017 under the regnal name of "George I", between 10 December 2017 and 29 April 2020 under the regnal name of "George III", and between 16 July 2020 and 20 October 2020 under the regnal name of "Albert V".
- ↑ The Grand Duke of Litvania is the head of state and reigning monarch of Litvania and one of the two monarchs of the Union alongside the King of Cheskgariya.
- ↑ The title of the head of state of Angosvria is Prime Minister.
- ↑ Adam Pivetz had served as the President of the Gymnasium State between 8 January 2018 and 5 March 2018 an between 4 November 2019 and 6 January 2020.