North American Monarchy

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Monarchy of North America
Federal
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Incumbent
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Oscar I
since 07 August 2020
Details
StyleHis Imperial and Royal Majesty
First monarchWilliam I
Formation28 November 2010
27 May 2015
WebsiteOfficial website

The North American Emperor or Sovereign was the head of state of the North American Confederation. The last sovereign was Emperor Oscar I until the reformation of the North American Confederation as the Occidian Empire.

For the early months of the confederation, the emperor was wielding absolute power of the nations affairs that crippled its capacity to act on its own. This sparked political tensions between the emperor and Prime Minister Aaron Meek. On 18 March 2011, the constitution went into effect that regulated the power of the emperor.

Constitutional role[edit | edit source]

The Articles of Confederation defined delegates certain powers to the emperor. Such as the ability to represent the Confederation in all matters abroad, as well as to advise the Confederate Government. The emperor could also engage in provisional relations with foreign nations on behalf of the Confederation. However for perminant relations the Congress must ratify the terms followed by both his and the Prime Minister's signature.

Unlike the New European monarchy of which the confederation based its own off of the emperor may not interfere with the affairs of the Confederation’s states at any time without the said State’s consent. Nor does he have the authority to make a declaration of war without the consent of the Congress. However in the event of a defensive war, the emperor may declare a state of crisis or emergency. This state of emergency would not place State Militaries under the Confederate Government's direct control as it would in a time of war.

List of North American Emperors[edit | edit source]

Pre-Reconstruction[edit | edit source]

When the North American Confederation was founded in 2010, William rose to the position. The Emperor soon abdicated during the Micras crisis and the rule passed to his brother, though his brother never claimed the position.

# Image Name Born Reign Start Reign Ended Heir Presumptive House
1
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William I 30 September 1991 28 November 2010 17 April 2011 Jonathan, Hereditary Prince of New Europe Hartmann-Peters
2
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Jonathan I 6 March 1994 17 April 2011 (Never recognized by Meek Cabinet) 28 April 2011 (Collapse of the NAC) Dawn, Dowager Grand Duchess of Petrowski Hartmann-Peters

Reconstruction[edit | edit source]

In May 2015, the Emperor and Joseph Marx agreed to reestablish the Confederation under a new provisional government, with the Emperor retaking his position.

# Image Name Born Reign Start Reign Ended Heir Apparent House
1
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William I 30 September 1991 27 May 2015 06 August 2020 William, Prince of Ohio Hartmann-Peters
2
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Oscar I 14 August 1991 07 August 2020 01 October 2020 William I Götzö-Thomaz-Rocha

Succession[edit | edit source]

Succession to the throne was governed by the Imperial House Law, first adopted by New Europe in 2009. The right to reign over North America was passed by male-preference primogeniture within the House of Götzö-Thomaz-Rocha. The Imperial House Law itself can be amended by the usual legislative process.

Full titles[edit | edit source]

During the reign of William I, the full title of the North American Emperor was: By the Grace of God and the people, North American Emperor, King of Illinois and Occidia; Diarch of the Crown Protectorate of Pristinia, and so forth, Archduke of Hemyland, Grand Duke of Imvrassia, Margrave of Kandahar, Prince from Prussia and of New Europe, Prince and Count of Hartmann, Lord of Chicago and of the Brook, Sovereign of the White Lion and Master of the Order of the Crown.

See also[edit | edit source]