Bureau of Home Affairs

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Bureau of Home Affairs
Current Head: Iac Marscheir
Function: Oversees Cestour relations and Talossan involvement and affairs within the Greater Talossan Area.

The Bureau of Home Affairs (Talossan: El Büreu dels Afaes Înphätseschti, pronounced [əɫ ˈbyɾɪʊ̯ dəɫz‿ɐˈfaɪ̯s ɨnˈfæt͡seʃtʲ] or [əw ˈbyɾɪʊ̯ ðəwz‿ɐˈfaɪ̯s ɨnˈfæt͡seʃtʲ]), under the control of the Ministry of the Interior, is responsible for the order and well-being of the homeland and its environs. It provides a public presence in or near the Greater Talossan Area, and assists in the organization of official events held therein, and sees to any needs of the cestours (non-citizen residents) that merit attention by the government of Talossa.

The Minister of Home Affairs is sometimes known as "MinHome" or "MinHom".

The Bureau of Home Affairs includes the following two Departments:

  • The Department of Provincial Affairs (Departmenteu dels Afaes Provinciais), This bureau is led by the position of the "Determined Provincialist". The current head of Provincial Affairs is Sevastáin Pinátsch, appointed 20 June 2014/XXXV.

  • The Department of Cestour Affairs (Departmenteu dels Afaes Cestoureschti), This bureau is led by the National Pacifier (Piaçateir Naziunal, pronounced [ˌpjɐsɐˈteɪ̯ɾ ˌnɐt͡sjũˈnaɫ] or [ˌpjɐsɐˈteɪ̯ɾ ˌnɐt͡sjũˈnaw]), and assisted by bureaucrats known as Binkies (C'huescours, pronounced [xwɛsˈkuɾs]), who see that the interests of Cestours receive the proper attention of the government. The current National Pacifier is Scott Tucker, appointed 23 July 2012/XXXIII.

The Bureau of Home Affairs also maintains the National Registry of Organizations, Communities, and Landmarks.