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Among the first acts of his reign, the King of Talossa names a Privy Council (''Sabor'', in Talossan) consisting of several Privy Councillors (called ''Guaírs'' in Talossan) with whom he consults whenever possible on all matters of grave importance to the Kingdom, and whose duty shall be to offer the King the benefit of their individual and collective wisdom and advice.
  
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The King takes care to include in this council those citizens with the longest and deepest connections to the ongoing historical life of the Kingdom, in particular those who are personally familiar with the homeland itself. Should at any time they deem it wise or necessary to do so, Privy Councillors "acting alone or in concert with fellow councillors" may publicly issue a "Letter to the King" about any matter of grave importance to the Kingdom.
  
Among the first acts of his reign, the King names a Privy Council (Sabôr, in Talossan) consisting of several Privy Councillors (called Guaïrs in Talossan) with whom he consults whenever possible on all matters of grave importance to the Kingdom, and whose duty shall be to offer the King the benefit of their individual and collective wisdom and advice.
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The Privy Councillors serve at the pleasure of the King. Privy Councillors are entitled to add the honorific initials 'GST' to their signatures, for 'Guaír del Sabor Talossan'.
 
 
The King takes care to include in this council those citizens with the longest and deepest connections to the ongoing historical life of the Kingdom, in particular those who are personally familiar with the homeland itself. Should at any time they deem it wise or necessary to do so, Privy Councillors .acting alone or in concert with fellow councillors . may publicly issue a "Letter to the King" about any matter of grave importance to the Kingdom.
 
 
 
The Privy Councillors serve at the pleasure of the King. Privy Councillors are also entitled to add the honorific initials 'GST' to their signatures, for 'Guaïr del Sabôr Talossán.'
 
  
 
His Majesty's Privy Council currently consists of:
 
His Majesty's Privy Council currently consists of:
  
 
* Count Danihel Laurieir, GST
 
* Count Danihel Laurieir, GST
* Baron Quedeir Castiglha, Cin., GST
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* Baron Quedeir Castiglha, [[Medal of Cincinnatus|Cin.]], GST
* Baron Fritz von Buchholtz, UrN, Cin., GST
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* Baron Fritz von Buchholtz, [[Order of the Nation|UrN]], Cin., [[Senatorial Medal of Honour|S.H.]], GST

Revision as of 20:27, 24 June 2012

Among the first acts of his reign, the King of Talossa names a Privy Council (Sabor, in Talossan) consisting of several Privy Councillors (called Guaírs in Talossan) with whom he consults whenever possible on all matters of grave importance to the Kingdom, and whose duty shall be to offer the King the benefit of their individual and collective wisdom and advice.

The King takes care to include in this council those citizens with the longest and deepest connections to the ongoing historical life of the Kingdom, in particular those who are personally familiar with the homeland itself. Should at any time they deem it wise or necessary to do so, Privy Councillors "acting alone or in concert with fellow councillors" may publicly issue a "Letter to the King" about any matter of grave importance to the Kingdom.

The Privy Councillors serve at the pleasure of the King. Privy Councillors are entitled to add the honorific initials 'GST' to their signatures, for 'Guaír del Sabor Talossan'.

His Majesty's Privy Council currently consists of:

  • Count Danihel Laurieir, GST
  • Baron Quedeir Castiglha, Cin., GST
  • Baron Fritz von Buchholtz, UrN, Cin., S.H., GST