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  1. ELECTIONS FOR THE IMPERIAL DIET, NATIONAL & PROVIDENCE DISTRICT, 27th IMPERIAL DIET 21st of Sigismund's End, 1838 **OOC: PLEASE READ** ((AFTER SUBMITTING YOUR BALLOT , PLEASE RESPOND TO THIS THREAD WITH THE FOLLOWING. THE INFORMATION SHOULD BE THE SAME AS YOU SUBMITTED ON THE BALLOT. YOU ARE NOT SUBMITTING WHO YOU VOTED FOR. JUST YOUR RP NAME, MC NAME, AND AN AFFIRMATION THAT YOU VOTED.)) RP Name: MC Name: Voted: Yes YOUR VOTE WILL NOT BE COUNTED UNLESS YOU DO THIS. LET ALL BE AWARE that on this day, the 21st of Sigismund's End, in the year of Our Lord GOD 1838, national elections for the Imperial Diet for the 27th Imperial Diet shall commence. All those eligible to vote in the National and Providence Districts are entitled to cast their ballot to the Department of Civil Affairs. All ineligible votes shall be invalidated. (Click below for the Ballot) BALLOT Remember that you must be registered using the CENSUS in order to vote. ISSUED AND PROCLAIMED, Philip II, by the grace of GOD Holy Orenian Emperor, forever August, King of Renatus, Curon, Kaedrin, Salvus, and Seventis, Defender of the Faith, Grand Duke of Ves, Duke of Crestfall, Novellen and Lorraine, Baron of Renzfeld, Protector of the Heartlanders, Orenian Highlanders, and Farfolk, etcetera.
  2. ACT OF THE IMPERIAL DIET 20th of Horen’s Calling, 1836 THE ELIZABETH ROSEMOORE SUCCESSION BILL Introduced in the House of Lords Passed in the House of Lords We, the Ministry of Civil Affairs, do so release, in accordance with the Public Record Act of 1751, Transparent Law Act of 1817 & beneath the authorization of the Crown, this Act of the Imperial Diet. It shall, as assented within the purview of the Crown, henceforth be enacted and executed as laws, as this document shall serve as the official confirmation of ascension of the Crown. And so it shall, as demanded of the Crown, be transcribed within the Orenian Revised Code wherein this Act of the Imperial Diet shall remain until amended. VOTES OF THE ACT House of Lords AYE The Count of Azor The Count of Temesch The Count of Kositz The Duke of Sunholdt The Duke of Crestfall NAY The Duke of Cathalon Cardinal Providentia INTRODUCTION The grounds of Imperial Peerage Succession have historically been upon the basis of patrimony - disqualifying female heirs on the sole basis of their sex. In light of the historical inclusion of women in vaunted facets of the Empire, such as the army, the House of Commons, the courts, and municipal government, among many other fields, it is only just that they are afforded equal inheritance rights in line with their equal contributions to the Empire. That being said, it is therefore within the intrinsic values of this Empire to solidify the principles of equality and liberty of all citizens within the laws of peers. The eldest child of any given peer should be granted their right of inheritance, irrespective of gender. SECTION I On the succession of Imperial Peers I. CH 306 of the ORC shall be renamed from “On Patrimony” to “On Succession” II. (ORC 306.01) Imperial Succession of the Non-Imperial and Gentry shall be amended as following II.I 306.01A - The obligatory heirs are the children and the children’s descendants of the given peer. II.II Inheritance of peerages shall be followed in absolute primogeniture succession. II.III 306.01B - In the absence of the above, parents and ascendants regarding their children and descendants. III. 306.01C and 306.01D shall be removed from the ORC SECTION II On the Implementation of above amendments I. The amendments described above shall come into effect for the next born generation in the line of succession of a peerage title I.I No current heir shall be disqualified in the instance of an elder female sibling I.II The law shall only apply to those born onward from the year this Bill becomes an Act of the Imperial House of Lords I.III The changes to succession law do not apply to those of the Imperial Family. SECTION III On matrilineal marriage I. All marriages between a man of noble birth and a female peer shall be required to be matrilineal in nature. I.I Upon his marriage to the bride, the groom shall adopt her family surname and hers alone. I.II Any children born of such a marriage are also to bear the surname of the female peer. I.III The property, land, and titles of the bride shall remain under the personal jurisdiction of the female peer following this matrimony. I.IV Should the peer in question become deceased, her family titles and possessions shall be passed onto her eldest child or, in the absence of one, her eldest sibling or their progenity. As introduced by, The Count of Temesch Prince ROBERT FRANCIS, On This 20th of Horen’s Calling, 1836. As penned by, The Most Honorable, the Deputy Director of Civil Affairs, MINUVAS MELPHESTAUS. As affirmed by, Her Excellency, the Director of Civil Affairs, Princess JOSEPHINE AUGUSTA. Issued and proclaimed, Philip II, by the grace of GOD Holy Orenian Emperor, forever August, King of Renatus, Curon, Salvus and Seventis, Defender of the Faith, Grand Duke of Ves, Duke of Crestfall, Novellen and Lorraine, Baron of Renzfeld, Protector of the Heartlanders, Highlanders and Farfolk, etcetera.
  3. Canidacies are now closed. The following Individuals are approved to run for the NATIONAL representative seats: Tarathiel Daemyar De Melphestaus ( @MrTurtleGod) Thucydides Melphestaus ( @Salvius) Garith Daemyar De Melphstaus ( @jarebear23) Matyas John Basrid ( @MCVDK) Philip Rupert Archibald Galbraith ( @Josef_Rippelberg) Joseph D'Azor ( @Taketheshot) The following individuals are approved to run for the PROVIDENTIAL representative seats: Henrik Komnenos ( @KamikazeReaper) Darius Romstun ( @ItemVendor) The following individuals are approved to run for the DOBROV representative seat: Dante Falcone ( @BenjiBot_) The following individuals are approved to run in the ARCHDIOCESE OF PROVIDENTIA representative seat: Fr. Hans Braun ( @Chopper774)
  4. The Providence Post 11th of Sun’s Smile, 1838 Published by the Imperial Ministry of Civil Affairs “IN LIBRIS LIBERTAS” | “IN BOOKS THERE IS FREEDOM” TOP STORIES The Death of High Pontiff Tylos I The Conclave of 1835 Appoints Everard VI On the 17th of Sigismunds End, His Holiness High Pontiff Tylos I left this world for the Seven Skies. High Pontiff Tylos I was enthroned in the year 1820, reigning a respectable fifteen years until his passing in 1835. Unlike his predecessor, High Pontiff Jude II, High Pontiff Tylos I entered the Seven Skies peacefully, passing away of natural causes at the age of 82. With his passing came the Conclave of 1835, whereby Cardinals of the Church of Canon gathered at the Holy See to elect a successor to the Horn & Laurel of the Exalted. In a unanimous vote, Yaromir Cardinal Jorenus was selected as the new Pontifex Maximus. Taking the Pontifical name Everard VI, His Holiness had this to say about his expectations for the future of the Church as a finale to his instatement: “We strive to foster peace amongst Canonist nations. Already we have brokered peace between Savoy and Rozania. We aim to focus our ministry on conversion and missionary work. With the conversion of Rozania and the rise of Savoy, we hope to peacefully spread the word. As a message to our flock, we ask you to find it in your hearts to love your neighbor rather than destroy in zealousness. Passion is all well and good, but it is not the place for us to punish or judge our brothers and sisters.” The Departure of the Duke and Duchess of Furnestock His Imperial Highness Prince Philip Amadeus, firstborn son of our future emperor Philip Aurelian, was married on the month of Tobias’ Bounty 2 years ago in a grand spectacle befitting his expected inheritance as an Emperor. His new beau is the righteous Anastasia of Kositz, who was adorned in a ruskan traditional wedding dress maximized to imperial tastes, paying homage to the blood of Ruthern from which she hails. The wedding party was one to behold, with the most regal of gifts including a pair of horses, a golden tiara and a title of their own as Duke and Duchess of Furnestock. The two were invested in a union meant to produce an Emperor and Empress to come, but it seems to be that this future has come apart at the seams. On the 2nd of Harren’s Folley, some 2 months after their auspicious wedding, it was revealed by a frantic handmaiden that the Duke and Duchess of Furnestock had boarded a ship set to sail outwards to an undisclosed location. The handmaiden revealed that the Duchess’ demands were lacquered in finality, and that she had left her with various unique letters addressed to friends, family, and others deserving of goodbyes. On the matter of the public, their disappearance has spread throughout the city like wildfire, the love and admiration held for the couple now but a wound in the hearts of many. As for the succession, the Crown has remained tight-lipped about the future of the line of Novellen in light of Philip Amadeus’ absence. The Providence Post has heard from those that remain in contact with the Duke and Duchess by the use of letters that they have already brought a little girl into the world in whatever place they currently reside in, her name being unknown to us at the present moment. FEATURED STORY: THE LIFE AND DEATH OF JOHN VIII The Novellen Line. Left-Right: Prince Philip Aurelian, Emperor Philip II, and Emperor John VIII. On the 12th of the Sun’s Smile, on the imperial year 1814, Emperor Joseph II breathed his final breath, and in doing so concluded the reign of the co-monarchy of Anne and Joseph, and passed the torch to the first heir of the blood-born House of Novellen: Prince John Charles. A large portion of the Orenian population have been born into and raised by the reign of John VIII, an emperor who led us through rebellion, challenge and internal strife, but few have known the story of the life of the man beneath the crown, as is the case with most monarchs. To celebrate the life of our Emperor, John VIII, and the line of Novellen, the Providence Post has written a dedicated biography. --------------------- As Prince Born in the imperial year 1757 in the Novellen Palace of Helena as the second of six siblings, our late emperor was destined for a life many of us could never have dreamed of, and definitely wouldn’t want to; the pressure of the Empire on a young boy’s shoulders, every action an act of the collective Oren; few can invite a life of such responsibility and expectations. In our limited knowledge on the affairs of the imperial household, we were able to piece together the existence of a difficult relationship with his immortal matriarch, she who we revere by the name of Anne, then known as the heir-presumptive to her father Peter III. This relationship was fine tuned to the public eye, but it was our Empress’ posthumous letters and private relations’ disclosures that revealed a combative opinion of her son. It was that elder sister of his, Elizabeth, that would be the warmth in John’s life of obligation, fulfilling a maternal role despite their barely two years of difference in age. At reaching his double digits, John Charles was betrothed to Lady Irene of Metterden for the purpose of attempting to repair the union of Oren and Haense. The betrothed pair would come to co-exist for the remainder of their adolescence, with Anne looking over either of their shoulders, but especially that of John’s, as he was expected to perform his duty to the empire without a word of opposition- and so he did, relaying little of his private life and sentiments. This difficult relationship with his mother likely led to our emperor’s reclusivity in his youth, for few saw the elusive Novellen until he was assigned to the Imperial State Army beside his cherished troops, a tradition now practiced by all direct heirs to our holy Oren. Throughout a majority of this period of his life, he was known as the Duke of Furnestock (1780-1787). When Lady Irene of Metterden declared her aversion to her future position as Empress just days before their wedding was to transpire, he would be instructed to quickly marry another lady, Wilhelmina of Cathalon, and as was his duty, he agreed. By this marriage, he would be granted the title of Duke of Helena (1787-1814), and named the official heir to the Empire as the firstborn son of the now regnant Anne & Joseph. The Army was a point of joy for the reverent Prince, and is the place where he would create the greatest of friendships, free from the expected obedience that shadowed him constantly. As a fellow soldier, he fought in the Sutican War in the defense of one of those friends, Peter Amadeus, and the Orenian values for which he stood. Later, he’d also give his service in the Inferi War defending the cumulative life of the realms, a force of inspiration for the storm of men fighting in his and the descendants’ defense. When came the death of his mother, John grew to take an interest in the affairs of his family and the transfer to the realm of Almaris, overseeing the wedding of his nieces and nephews- notably the marriage of Prince Philip Aurelian to Amadea of Pompourelia -whilst growing closer to his sister Elizabeth as any relationship he held with Lady Cathalon crumbled into ash. To this day there exists exhaustive bewilderment around his marriage’s failure to consummate, with speculations ranging from raucous to defamatory. It is presumed that he began to have relations with Miss Theresa Mae Halcourt nearing the end of his and Lady Cathalon’s marriage. With Ms. Halcourt, he would finally prove his fecundity in spite of a lifetime of whispers and scandalization. His first child was born a bastard by the name of Joseph Maria. As Emperor On the eve of his father’s death, John Charles was 57 years old, having lived a full life preceding his coronation on the 10th of Tobias’ Bounty, 1815. He ascended as ‘John VIII,’ and immediately set about creating the Edict of Renzfeld to declare that his brother and his brother’s children would follow in the line of succession due to his lack of legitimate progeny. John VIII had inherited an Empire with revolutionary and hostile factions in high density. The MRA (Mercatorii Revolutionary Army), the RAF (Revolutionary Armed Forces), the Sedanites and various other pressure groups stood as key players of anti-orenian sentiment, a repetition of the cycle of the Holy Orenian Empire as we have observed it occur in history countless times. Four years after John’s coronation, King Sven II of Norland declared war against Oren, citing that a supposed order of attack from the ‘Sons of Horen’ was committed against Norland citizens by the Empire. The War, called the Tenth Nordling War by imperials, is a modern example of history’s inconvenient method of duplication. John VIII contracted the Metina Company of Luciensburg as well as the Hounds of Don in aiding with the war effort, and mobilized the Imperial State Army in various skirmishes, winning five battles and skirmishes out of nine that happened in a period of 5 years. The neutrality of Haense, a nation known to wield considerable distaste for Oren, was a hot topic of debate around this time, but the Canonist Church’s denouncement of any canonists who would fight alongside the pagans of Norland effectively ended that discussion, and mirrored the outcome for the withering Norlandic alliance. The war was officially won in 1823 with the Treaty of Providence. John’s Administration was active foremost in the manifestation of treaties, social progress and peace-keeping, with various movements arising around the time of his ascension, including the upsurge of the Risorgimentist, Adrianite, White Glove, and Rosemoor political organizations, not to mention all of those in opposition to all previous. His empire was lively with discussions about the correct way to foster the future of humanity as progress loomed over the heads of citizens, some begrudged by it and others accepting. John himself seemed averse to the changes, or perhaps he was an emperor determined to lead his people without the obstruction of liberty that would arise from expressing his opinion on those matters. Either way, in the month of Sun’s Smile, 1831, his beloved sister, Elizabeth Anne, originator of the Rosemoor Bill, passed away, with what many presumed was a broken heart over their brother Philip’s censure on matters regarding the bill just a few months prior. John could absolutely not stand for this, apparently driving a wedge between the brothers that lasted until John’s later death on the 12th of Owyn's Flame, 1837. He reigned from 1815-1837, extending over a period of 22 years of near-unblemished calm within the city of Providence and its surrounding municipalities, the only exception being a war which was won absolutely - decisively. INTERNATIONAL NEWS Savoy Welcomed Back to International Community A Piece by the Deputy-Director of Civil Affairs The Holy Orenian Empire extends a hearty welcome to an ancient Canonist realm, the Principality of Savoy, whilst equally grieving the loss of Queen Johanna of Sutica. This iteration of the historic state of Savoy was formed when the Ashford-descended regent to the Crown of Sutica chose to rename the country--a controversial move, though unopposed by its former monarchy. His Imperial Majesty reacted favorably, offering the new Principality a hand of friendship by conveying to them eight historic titles at the Aurveldt Concordat, presided over by the High Pontiff. The Emperor expressed great enthusiasm in the treaty, stating that he wished to encourage a family of Canonist nations, each alike in dignity. Despite their warm welcome into the international community, Savoy’s public image has been rocky. The government struggles with allegations that it has restored old and potentially unscriptural practices better left in the past, including discrimination against women and racial minorities, even those who practice Canonism; rumors abound that a Savoyard delegate attempted to undermine the Aurveldt Concordat by arguing that the Orenian delegation, led by two women, was not qualified to negotiate on behalf of the Emperor by reason of gender. Whether this rumor is true, it appears that it did not impact the outcome of the treaty, which was announced with only the most positive comments from the Princess Imperial and the Secretary of Foreign Affairs. Regardless, internal sources to the Augustine Palace report that the women of the court were privately advised not to visit the country after some Orenian subjects were attacked there for alleged immodesty. The Savoyard government’s internal affairs are subject to international scrutiny as well. They have evidently renewed the practice of execution by crucifixion-- many visitors to the Prince of Savoy’s coronation were shocked to pass by a number of crucified bodies on their way to the palace. As this method of execution is not explicitly condemned by the Church, we can only pray that the Savoyard government will use it judiciously, restricting it to only the most deserving criminals. Concordant with these issues, the young Principality recently ran into trouble with its own bishop, one Fr. Paul. The pastor has reportedly pushed for the Savoyard government to lean into a more reactionary interpretation of Canonism, and was recently expelled from the country after rallying a militia to prevent a soulless golem from entering the gates. The Church has so far declined to comment on the matter, perhaps preferring to maintain a good relationship with the Savoyard government, rather than a reformist priest. It is unclear what level of influence Fr. Paul had in the Savoyard government, so whether his eviction will impact their religious policy remains to be seen. However, to their credit, the Principality is doing well both economically and diplomatically; it maintains cordial relations with the major Canonist powers and the Holy See, and has been a hotbed for travelers in the southern continent. Notably, members of Savoy’s new noble class have celebrated a number of marriages in the past days. For the time being, the Holy Orenian Empire can only continue to provide such support and counsel as it can offer to the young Principality, as an elder brother to a younger. The Second Dumapalooza In the middle months of 1837, a declaration of a Second Dumapalooza was posted throughout the human realms, inviting the Karovic houses of humanity to partake of an election for the title of Duke of Adria - the intent of the previous Dumapalooza. Ducal elections are typically called whenever there exists a grave crisis among the Adrian people, during which they must reconvene to elect a Duke from among their noble families to rule a new iteration of Adria under his dynasty. The first Dumapalooza was held on 1732 by a congress of ruskan nobles, coming about in a time when the Duchy of Adria was held by the young Joseph Francis de Sarkozy, the direct heir of the previous Duke, who himself had not been elected via Duma but installed himself as Duke when Adria was dissolved into the Kingdom of Kaedrin. The first Dumapalooza was held in an attempt to amend that inapposite error, and resulted in Joseph’s definite election, thus installing his line in legality. Presently, the holder of the title is Prince Philip Aurelian, direct male-line grandson of Joseph II, and thus the rightful holder of the title. However, the second Dumapalooza has cited a complaint of Joseph’s lack of care for the traditions of the Adrian people, and that his centralization of Adria into the imperial fold would never be accepted by a ruskan election if it were to happen once more, hence, the Duke-Elect resultant from the new vote is Franz Nikolai Carrion-Tuvyic. Our Empire and Emperor have negated to accept the Duke, as such would result in a confusion of titles and laws. The Abdication of the King of Haense In the closing of Owyn’s Flame, 1836, His Majesty Henry II of Haense created an edict for noble reforms titled VE HERZENZ EDYKT I (or in common: The First Edict of Lords). The edict swept Haense by demoting a noble house’s title, stripping another’s, and effectively denobilizing the third. Needless to say, there was public upset inbound. The Providence Post gathers that the King wanted to go out with a bang, for just as the next year ended, his writ of abdication was signed. The King’s abdication has only one precedent in the history of Haense: that of Otto I unto his son after just 5 days of his tenure, having only been originally placed there by the death of his nephew, the 13 year old Stephen I. No king of destined inheritance has ever abdicated before now, and thus history sets its eyes on this moment, though traditional haeseni have judged the decision as being an offense to the crown. His successor, Sigismund III, is presently 25 years old and newly wed to Emma Karenina Kortrevich of Jerovitz, an honor for the elevated cosmital house. The crowned couple will be under immense pressure in the first few years of their ascension, as is the regular with any new monarchs, but especially a pair of their age and marital juvility. Best wishes towards them in this new era of haeseni rule. CAPITAL NEWS The Future Empress: Charlotte of Aldersberg. This whirlwind year brought us one pleasant occasion, to the surprise of the Orenian Nobility. As per the wishes of His Imperial Majesty, the Duke of Adria was commanded to marry the well-regarded Dowager Countess of Dobrov, Princess Charlotte Augusta. The ceremony was kept to friends and family, but witnesses say it was a pleasant affair. A second marriage for both imperials, they seemed jovial enough, if not mindful of their duty to the empire. The nuptials were brought to a conclusion with a speech given by the new Duchess, promising that the couple would aid in brightening the future of Oren and it's people. Afterwards, the Providence Post requested an audience with the Princess, asking her to answer some questions the public holds on the frankly abrupt betrothal and now, marriage. Below are her responses: Q: “Were you made aware that you were a contender as a wife to Philip Aurelian? What was your reaction when you found out?” A: “I had remained quite unaware prior to the Emperor's coronation, so the announcement truly caught me off-guard. I had been close with Philip's late-wife, Amadea, and had thought she would remain with us to see through her eventual tenure as Empress consort. When he called me before the court, and bid us to marry, I practically fainted! My father and daughters had to calm me down. It all happened so quickly...I still cannot believe it sometimes, when I think on that afternoon." Q: Do you see yourself as an active consort? A: "I was very involved in the public affairs of Providence in my youth, holding many charity events and endorsement gatherings with my father, the Count of Aldersberg. It has always been natural for me, to be busy and affect meaningful change. I don't expect that will change with my remarriage, and with my future role in Oren." Q: What are your outlines for your tenure? A: "First, I have plans to form my own household, so that underused courtiers and nobility may find purpose outside of politics or the military, should they seek it. I recently announced my intention for a tour of the Empire, which will include various peers, estates, and municipalities. The object of my desire is to learn more of the different regions that make up our nation and learn what they desire from the Imperial Crown, to improve upon what they already have. Those are my initial plans. What lies ahead, beyond that, will reveal themselves as things progress, I imagine." A: Is there anything you’d like to tell the public about yourself and your daughters? Q: "I've lived my life so publicly, I am not sure what more I could say aside from that I pray they will put their faith in me, to do my duty both to Oren and to GOD. As for my daughters, Anna 'Moliana' and Josephine, they're such bright lights of joy in my life. They're so passionate about knowledge and learning everything they can about the world. It certainly proved an inspiration for me, when I thought I would live the rest of my life in relative obscurity. As I told most everyone, they're the two great loves of my life. It is my hope that the people of Oren will come to adore them as well." We wish the best for the new couple, and that either of them accomplish whatever dreams they might aspire to! Two Ennoblements: Rosius and Galbraith! The Houses of Rosius and Galbraith were pleased to at last receive the letters for their ennoblement last year, cementing their titles as that of the Baronies of Rosius and Galbraith, respectively, both using the surnames in accordance with the legality of Baronial naming schemes. The new Barons, Otis Maximilian de Rosius and Robert Archibald Galbraith, have been men of Oren for their entire lives, one devoting themselves to the mayoral seat of Providence and the other to the ISA as a Captain. Their fidelity to the Empire and what she stands for has not gone unnoticed, only delayed by the nature of bureaucracy. Three hurrahs for the future of the new noble houses, forever consecrated into our maiden empire! GOVERNMENT & POLITICS The Edict of Furnestock Following the dissolution of the 26th Imperial Diet, His Imperial Majesty, Emperor Philip II released the Furnestock Edict. Bearing the name of his grandson, Philip, Duke of Furnestock, the edict dissolved the two house system in substitution for a new single house where the lords and commons of the empire come together to make decisions. The House of Lords was left virtually untouched, but the commons were dissolved for a system favoring representation of each of the municipalities and minimizing the number of people involved in the legislative process. The new system makes it so that the clergy will have an elected position in the Diet alongside the Cardinal Providentia’s seat. Each municipality’s proprietor will choose a representative to be elevated to the Diet, and three other persons will be elected by the common people as national representatives, making 3 seats elective as opposed to the previous 12 seats that made up the House of Commons independent of the House of Lords. On the basis of these substantial changes, the edict has been both revered and criticized. On one hand, the dissolution of all political parties is a needed enforcement of unity in these trying times, and will ease the process of introducing and passing bills in the Diet. On the other hand, the system has minimized the excitement of non-peer Providence citizens towards the electoral cycle, with a consequence of little participation already visible. Time will prove the effectiveness of the Edict, GOD aid its triumph! The Rosemoor Bill - The Immortalization of Elizabeth Anne The Rosemoor Convention was begun as an offspring of the Social Season of 1826, sparked by the efforts of Countess Elizabeth Anne of Rosemoor, Princess Imperial, in uniting with the young and mature forces of women towards the goal of shifting the inheritance of the empire to never omit the daughters of peers again. The movement was met with a brick wall when the stalwart Countess was censured by her fellow grandees upon raising the bill to a discussion in the House of Lords, most notably being censured by her younger brother, our current Emperor Philip II. In a tragic arbitration of GOD’s justice, the Princess would die of illness just a few months following the event, the heartbreak seeping into the imperial family. This year, the emperor has taken it upon himself to remedy the guilt of his past, approving the Rosemoor bill effective immediately. The bill’s passing will mean all future children of peers will apply to the succession without the obstruction of gender, but it will not disinherit existing boys with older sisters. Now, the people of Oren can do nothing but wait to see what the Rosemoor bill will mean for the future of humanity. ARTS & CULTURE The Reformation of the Augustine Court Prior to his final year, Emperor John VIII instituted the Casimiran Reforms to the palace, helped by the faithful Governor of the Palace, Lady Mary Casimira of Carrington. This reform was long-awaited by courtiers, who grew disparaged by the exits of the Duke and Duchess Furnestock, of Princess Amelia Margaret, and the deaths of both the Princess Imperial and the Countess Renzfeld. The reforms have created four new leadership positions in the court, opening it to the people like never before. These include a Lord Seneschal, Master of Keys, Fourth Brigade Captain and Events Committee Director. Governor Mary has additionally expressed her discontent with the lack of communication previously evident in the courts and has thus opened a forum of conversation to promote a flow of ideas and kinship in the ladies and gentlemen that reside in the emperor’s Palace. The Providence Post hopes that this reformation will inspire the courts to action. The Nové Jubilee - Fashion at its Peak! Arguably the most anticipated event of the saint’s week, The Seamstress’ Nové Jubilee was met with roaring success — an excitement never before seen in Imperial fashion since the days of Helena, for truly the industry has reached its peak! Our writers were the first to scope the pink carpet and were able to witness the fashions exhibited by the ladies of the Jubilee, and our very own courtiers serving as their models. These events are to be held with the expectation of creating new trends and statements for Orenian citizens to indulge of as both eye-candy and inspiration, and has united various talented designers under a curtain of unity. We hope to see that the Jubilee develops into the setter of Orenian fashions in the coming years. Did You Know? Orenian History Fun Fact Johan Vuiller, Imperial Chaplain and son of Saint Harald Vuiller, has served under 6 Pontiffs- Pontian III, James II, Owyn III, Jude II, Tylos I, and Everard VI -in his 98 years of life. Providence Post Staff Credits Director of the Ministry of Civil Affairs - HIH Princess Josephine Augusta, Duchess of Sunholdt Deputy Director - Minuvas Melphestaus Providence Post Editor-in-Chief - Claude Élisabeth Pruvia-Provins Contributions? Corrections? Complaints? Please contact Lady Pruvia at the Ministry of Civil Affairs.
  5. THE IMPERIAL DIET Elections for the Representatives of the Imperial Diet, as prescribed by the Edict of Furnestock (1838) and the Edicts of Amendment, have come upon us for the 27th Diet. This gazette shall serve as a formal application of candidacy with the Ministry of Civil Affairs, which shall open presently. Candidates for the Imperial Diet are required to complete the following application within the following two months in order to appear on the ballot. If these candidacies are accepted, the Ministry shall issue a short letter of confirmation. This gazette is pertinent to the seven representative seats. Candidates must indicate they are running in one of the following districts, archdiocese, or municipalities and prepared to provide proof of eligibility. o Providence o Archdiocese of Providentia o National In accordance with the edict of Furnestock, the Municipal Magistrates of Dobrov and Redenford may appoint or elect their Representatives as they see fit, but must be complete with the process prior to the national election timeline. ((Candidates for the Imperial Diet please respond to this post with the filled application.)) Candidacies for Imperial Diet Elections, all Districts, 27th Diet SURNAME: FIRST NAME: ADDRESS OF RESIDENCE: DISTRICT/MUNICIPALITY/ARCHDIOCESE OF CANDIDACY: YEAR OF BIRTH: Are you registered and eligible to vote in the Municipality or Archdiocese you are running? Do you have any other title, peerage or military service that may conflict with becoming a Member of the House of Commons, as per the Edict of Furnestock (1838)? If yes, do you understand that you will be required to resign or abdicate from this position should you be elected to the House of Commons, and if this does not occur your seat shall be considered to be vacant?: ((MC NAME)): The Ministry would also like to remind all candidates, and voters, that they should take the opportunity to register for the census to be eligible to vote.
  6. Dissolution of the 26th Imperial Diet 10th of Harren's Folly, 1837. His Imperial Majesty does see fit to dissolve the twenty sixth Imperial Diet. With this dissolution, His Imperial Majesty commands the members of the twenty sixth Imperial Diet to return home to their constituencies until such time as the assembly is summoned to sit again. His Imperial Majesty, Philip II, by the grace of GOD Holy Orenian Emperor, forever August, King of Renatus, Curon, Kaedrin, Salvus, and Seventis, Defender of the Faith, Grand Duke of Ves, Duke of Novellen, Helena, and Lorraine, Baron of Renzfeld, Protector of the Heartlanders, Orenian Highlanders, and Farfolk, etcetera.
  7. MINISTRY OF CIVIL AFFAIRS IMPERIAL PETRINE COMMISSION of 1835 RESULTS OF THE FIRST COMMISSION In accordance with the 'Petrine Laurel Reinstatement Act' of 1826, the Director of the Ministry of Civil Affairs was tasked to identify a three person committee and vote on nominations for recipients to receive the esteemed 'Petrine Laurel'. This committee was identified and appointed in 1832, began the voting and nomination process from 1832-1834 and decided on a recipient in 1835. The committee is currently receiving nominations for the awarding of the Laurel in 1840, for all worthy commendations between 1835 - 1840. Chairman of the Imperial Petrine Commission Deputy Director of Civil Affairs Minuvas Melphestaus Voting Members Lady Casimira, Governess of the Augustine Palace Lord-Mayor of Providence, Henrik Komnenos NOMINATIONS As a diverse field of individuals that cut across multiple rungs of Orenian society, the Commission chose to consider works from as far back as 1820 for consideration of nomination of the award of the laurel. This decision was made given that the award period was defunct during this time, and the body of scholarly work was considerable following the Xth Nordling War. We felt it would be a disservice to only consider works contributed since the passage of the act, and those individuals whose contributions were significant during this time. We have also chosen not to limit nominations to a singular piece of work or contribution during the period. Rather, an individual shall be considered on a body of related work - as scholarly work often builds on itself. Therefore two of our nominations have contributed multiple works during the time period, but all related to the same vein of artisan or scholarly subject. Three nominations distinctly caught our eye for consideration during this time period. Nomination #1: Anthony Bentarus ( @Urahra) for "The Providence Post" There are few more read, more appreciated, and more well done literary newspapers in all of Almaris than the Providence Post. The brainchild of many collaborate minds at the Ministry of Civil Affairs, the Post would be nothing more than hot air if not for the work of its 1st and most dedicated Editor-in-Chief, Mr. Anthony Bentarus. The post served as a foundation of community knowledge not only for Imperial Citizens but for readers across all of Almaris, who could appreciate the helpful and knowledgeable work done by a devoted Imperial Citizen as Mr. Bentarus. For his immense contribution to journalism and Imperial Civil Affairs, Mr. Bentarus has been nominated for consideration for the Petrine Laurel. Nomination #2: J.H Fitzpeter ( @ARCHITECUS) for "The Economy in Almaris 1820" & "The Capitalist Guide to Investment in Northeastern Almaris '28 Edition" J.H Fitzpeter's organized work on economy for Almaris is an integral part of the economic literature in circulation of the Empire today. An astute writer, Fitzpeter captured the economic status of nations and states across the continent. Written shortly after the Xth Nordling War, Fitzpeter's approximation of the state of the future economy has had a great deal of accuracy - proving his sharp mind, and serves as a nod to our excellent private education system. For his scholarly work on the economy, J.H Fitzpeter has been nominated for consideration for the Petrine Laurel. Nomination #3: His Excellency, Sir Henry Penton ( @CharmingCavalier ) for "The Imperial Timekeeper's Association" Sir Henry Penton is already renown as one of the most industrious contributors to the Imperial State, especially within his office of the Treasury. However, this nomination is not related to Sir Penton's contribution in this assigned field, but for his leadership and organization of the Timekeeper's Association. There are few more important things to keep a Government, indeed a nation, moving in an orderly fashion that the orderly measurement of each passing moment. The Timekeeper's Association has been one of the most widely used services in the Empire, many Citizen's are often heard larking 'What year is it? What time is it'? - a common statement given their busy lives, and they are always cheerfully greeted my a member of the Timekeeper Association and their finely crafted and well made time keeping devices. RECIPIENT FOR THEIR UNMATCHED CONTRIBUTION TO IMPERIAL SOCIETY, THROUGH THEIR ARTISAN AND SCHOLARLY EFFORTS, THE IMPERIAL PETRINE COMMISSION HEREBY DESIGNATES THE FOLLOWING INDIVIDUAL AS THE RECIPIENT OF THE PETRINE LAUREL OF 1835 AND IN ADDITION SHALL REWARD THEM 250 IMPERIAL MARKS. A PHYSICAL AWARD OF THE LAUREL SHALL BE ARRANGED BY THE LORD-MAYOR, HENRIK KOMNENOS ( @KamikazeReaper) TO THE WINNER, ON BEHALF OF THE COMMISSION. A DATE OF PRESENTATION SHALL BE COORDINATED WITH ALL ESTEEMED INDIVIDUALS WHO WISH TO BE PRESENT. FOR THEIR SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTION TO IMPERIAL SOCIETY THROUGH THEIR ARISTAN AND SCHOLARLY EFFORTS, THE IMPERIAL PETRINE COMMISSION HEREBY DESIGNATES THE FOLLOWING INDIVIDUAL AS THE RUNNER-UP FOR THE PETRINE LAUREL AND IN ADDITIONAL SHALL PRESENT THEM A REWARD OF 50 IMPERIAL MARKS THEY MAY WITHDRAW FROM THE TREASURY. THE COMMISSION EXTENDS ITS CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL CONSIDERED INDIVIDUALS. WE ARE NOW ACCEPTING NOMINATIONS FOR THE PETRINE LAUREN OF 1840. Chairman, The Most Honorable, the Deputy Director of Civil Affairs, Minuvas Melphestaus. As affirmed by, Her Excellency, the Director of Civil Affairs, Princess JOSEPHINE AUGUSTA.
  8. THE IMPERIAL CENSUS, 1834 - 1844 The census of 1323-1833 being expired, His Imperial Majesty has ordered the administration of a new census to ascertain the population of His Imperial Majesty's subjects for purposes demographic and electoral. This being so, the Department of Civil Affairs now clears the rolls and reissues the census. This census shall last from the years 1834 - 1844. SECTION I: THE IMPERIAL CENSUS The following matters shall define the purpose and extent of the Imperial Census. The Imperial Census shall be administered throughout the Empire for a duration of ten years. Upon the completion of a census period, the rolls of citizenship shall be cleared, and a new census administered to which subjects are obligated to take. All subjects of the Imperial Crown are obligated by law to take the census, and sworn under oath to the truth of their responses. All magistrates are duty-bound to further the administration of the census within their jurisdictions. SECTION II: NATIONAL ELECTIONS The following matters particularly pertain to elections. If the Imperial subject so chooses, he may be registered to vote in the district of his residential address. The Imperial subject may not be hindered from registering to vote in the district of his residential address. If fraud is to be discovered in the registration of voting addresses, the accused may be prosecuted by the full extent of the law, up to and including felony impersonation. Hereafter is the Imperial Census of the Year 1834, extending until 1844: CLICK HERE FOR CENSUS
  9. STATEMENT BY THE FIDEI DEFENSOR ON THE SUTICAN REVOLT It is with disappointment that We have received certain news suggesting a revolt against Our favored friend Johanna I, Queen of Sutica. We do not tolerate such envious and wicked treasons against the Canonist sovereigns of the world, and this is especially true in the case of Her Royal Majesty, as it was for her late husband, George I. We honor Our duty as the Fidei Defensor. Johanna I shall continue to reign with the support of the Holy Orenian Empire, and woe unto those who revolt against her. Further, in order to observe Our solemn duty, we invite Johanna I to Our imperial capital, that We may recommit to our recently expired treaty. ISSUED AND PROCLAIMED, John VIII, by the grace of GOD Holy Orenian Emperor, forever August, King of Renatus, Curon, Kaedrin, Salvus, and Seventis, Defender of the Faith, Grand Duke of Ves, Duke of Adria, Novellen and Lorraine, Baron of Renzfeld, Protector of the Heartlanders, Orenian Highlanders, and Farfolk, etcetera
  10. ACT OF THE IMPERIAL DIET 4th of Tobias’ Bounty, 1828 IMPERIAL HERITAGE ACT Introduced in the Commons Passed in the House of Commons & House of Lords We, the Ministry of Civil Affairs, do so release, in accordance with the Public Record Act of 1751, Transparent Law Act of 1817 & beneath the authorization of the Crown, this Act of the Imperial Diet. It shall, as assented within the purview of the Crown, henceforth be enacted and executed as laws, as this document shall serve as the official confirmation of ascension of the Crown. And so it shall, as demanded of the Crown, be transcribed within the Orenian Revised Code wherein this Act of the Imperial Diet shall remain until amended. VOTES OF THE ACT House of Commons AYE BRAE-WTTIENBACH, Elizabeth D’AMATO-ORLOV, Anton D’AZOR, Rosaline DE ROSIUS, Charles Albert DE ROSIUS, Otis FITZPETER, Anthony KOMNENOS, Henrik O’ROURKE, Patrich OTHAMAN, Kelhus NAPIER, John NAY N/A ABSTAIN MELPHAESTUS, Minuvas O’ROURKE, Jane House of Lords AYE The Duke of Crestfall The Count of Kositz [alt. the Lord Speaker] The Viscount of Pruvia-Provins The Lord Spiritual NAY The Duke of Cathalon The Count of Azor ABSTAIN N/A INTRODUCTION The purpose of this act is to establish legally protected sites, buildings and objects (claims) for the purpose of inspiration and benefit to the people of the Empire. Such sites and misc. shall hereby be protected from alteration, deconstruction or sale under the Law of the Empire, and dedicated to be set apart for the enjoyment of the Orenian people. SECTION I To define the purpose of an Historic Site I - A Historic Site is a location, or construction that has been deemed Historically or Culturally Significant by the Imperial Heritage Commision. This may be any construct that has been created and has existed in an unaltered form for over fifty years and - or has witnessed historical events, i.e, the Ruins of Sedan. SECTION II To define the title and authority of an Imperial Heritage Commissioner I - The Imperial Heritage Commissioner has the duty to review submissions of possible Historically Significant Constructs. If accepted, the Imperial Heritage Commissioner will oversee the paperwork of the creation, maintenance, and record-keeping of Historic Sites within Imperial Land. I.II - The Imperial Heritage Commissioner has the ability to deny, submit for amendment, and approve, any alterations to the designated site. II - The Imperial Heritage Commissioner will be an office under the control of the Ministry of Civil Affairs. III - The Imperial Heritage Commissioner will work with local populations and Academic groups to help determine and clarify what is a legitimate historical site. IV - Sites under Ecclesiastical Domain within the Empire may be considered with permission from the local diocese. As introduced by, Representative JOHN NAPIER, On This Tobias’ Bounty, 1828. As co-sponsored by, Representative ELIZABETH BRAE-WITTENBACH. As penned by, Legal Archivist ZAVIER CARRANZA. As affirmed by, Her Excellency, the Director of Civil Affairs, Princess JOSEPHINE AUGUSTA. Issued and proclaimed, John VIII, by the grace of GOD Holy Orenian Emperor, forever August, King of Renatus, Curon, Salvus and Seventis, Defender of the Faith, Grand Duke of Ves, Duke of Adria, Novellen and Lorraine, Protector of the Heartlanders, Highlanders and Farfolk, etcetera.
  11. ACT OF THE IMPERIAL DIET 6th of Horen’s Calling, 1826 PETRINE LAUREL REINSTATEMENT ACT Introduced in the Commons Passed in the House of Commons & House of Lords We, the Ministry of Civil Affairs, do so release, in accordance with the Public Record Act of 1751, Transparent Law Act of 1817 & beneath the authorization of the Crown, this Act of the Imperial Diet. It shall, as assented within the purview of the Crown, henceforth be enacted and executed as laws, as this document shall serve as the official confirmation of ascension of the Crown. And so it shall, as demanded of the Crown, be transcribed within the Orenian Revised Code wherein this Act of the Imperial Diet shall remain until amended. VOTES OF THE ACT House of Commons AYE BRAE-WITTENBACH, Elizabeth. D’AZOR, Roseline. D’AMATO-ORLOV, Anton. DE ROSIUS, Otis. NAPIER, John. O’ROURKE, Patrick. O’ROURKE, George. OTHAMAN, Kelhus. NAY N/A. ABSTAIN O'ROURKE, Jane. KOMNENOS, Henrik. DE ROSIUS, Charles. FITZPETER, Anthony. House of Lords AYE The Duke of Crestfall The Count of Azor The Viscount of Pruvia-Provins The Lord Spiritual NAY The Duke of Cathalon ABSTAIN The Count of Kositz [alt. the Lord Speaker] INTRODUCTION First established during the Basrid Ministry, the Petrine Laurel was once one of the most prestigious awards that could be bestowed upon a citizen of the Holy Orenian Empire. However, in recent decades, this initiative to recognize and reward the artisans and scholars of our country has since been forgotten. This Act of the Imperial Diet seeks to reestablish this award through the formation of a commission that will be charged with its administration. SECTION I The Imperial Petrine Commission I - An independent body for nominating and voting on the recipient of the Petrine Laurel shall be established under the oversight of the Ministry of Civil Affairs, known as the Petrine Commission. I.I - The Imperial Petrine Commission (IPC) shall report directly to the Minister of Civil Affairs, though be both independent of and separate from the Ministry itself. I.II - The Minister of Civil Affairs shall be tasked with appointing three intellectuals and cultural artisans of the utmost repute to serve on the commission. I.III - These commissioners are to serve on the body until resignation, dismissal, or death. I.IV - One of the three commissioners appointed by the Minister of Civil Affairs is to be designated as Chairman, and will be given the responsibility of organizing meetings to consider academic works of the utmost repute. II - Commissioners on the Imperial Petrine Commission are to hail from esteemed academic and cultural professions, including the following fields: II.I - History II.II - Anthropology II.III - Archeology II.IV - Theater II.V - Philosophy II.VI - Poetry II.VII - Cartography II.VIII - Literature II.IX - The Natural & Physical Sciences III - Upon the resignation, dismissal, or death of a commissioner, the sitting Minister of Civil Affairs must replace them within one Saint’s Week. SECTION II Awarding of the Petrine Laurel I - The Imperial Petrine Laurel is to be awarded once every 5 years to an individual of outstanding intellectual acumen, whose works have greatly benefited the Orenian public. I.I - This individual in question may hail from any of the above walks of life, but must have exhibited extraordinarily academic achievement in their respective field. II - A sum of 250 marks will be allotted from the Imperial Treasury to the Imperial Petrine Commission, to be awarded to the winner of the Petrine Laurel as a financial reward. III - Additional funds from the Imperial Treasury will be provided in order to fashion a trophy for the recipient of the Petrine Laurel. III.I - The trophy must incorporate a laurel wreath of some sort into it, although what form this might take is up to the discretion of the Imperial Petrine Commission. IV - Honorable mentions and runners up to the Petrine Laurel are to be listed and honored in a way that the Imperial Petrine Commission deems fit. V - The Imperial Petrine Commission shall be empowered to recommend recipients of the Laurel to His Imperial Majesty for induction into the Imperial Association and/or the Imperial Order of Merit. VI - A public relations initiative shall be undertaken by the Imperial Petrine Commission, which shall create an apparatus for submitting one’s candidacy and works to be considered for the award. VII - Exceptional candidates who do not submit themselves for consideration may still be nominated by members of the Imperial Petrine Commission. VIII - A majority vote of two out of the three commissions must be obtained in order to select the winner of the Petrine Laurel. IX - All other aspects of the awarding of the Petrine Laurel are to be decided by the Imperial Petrine Commission and by the Minister of Civil Affairs. As introduced by, Representative ELIZABETH BRAE-WITTENBACK, On This Horen’s Calling, 1826. As co-sponsored by, Representative JOHN NAPIER. As penned by, Legal Archivist ZAVIER CARRANZA. As affirmed by, Her Excellency, the Director of Civil Affairs, Princess JOSEPHINE AUGUSTA. Issued and proclaimed, John VIII, by the grace of GOD Holy Orenian Emperor, forever August, King of Renatus, Curon, Salvus and Seventis, Defender of the Faith, Grand Duke of Ves, Duke of Adria, Novellen and Lorraine, Protector of the Heartlanders, Highlanders and Farfolk, etcetera.
  12. Imperial Heritage Sites 20th of Sun’s Smile, 1833 With the Imperial Assent given to the Imperial Heritage Act, the duty of establishing it and maintaining it falls upon the Ministry of Civil Affairs. So therefore we proclaim that from now on we accept submissions for review of sites which may be deemed as imperial heritages. SIGNED, HIH Princess Josephine Augusta, Director of Civil Affairs TH Charles Albert de Rosius, Imperial Heritage Commissioner
  13. ELECTIONS FOR THE HOUSE OF COMMONS, GREATER ALPINE DISTRICT, 26th IMPERIAL DIET 5th of Tobias' Bounty, 1832 **OOC: PLEASE READ** ((AFTER SUBMITTING YOUR BALLOT IN GREATER ALPINE DISTRICT, PLEASE RESPOND TO THIS THREAD WITH THE FOLLOWING. THE INFORMATION SHOULD BE THE SAME AS YOU SUBMITTED ON THE BALLOT. YOU ARE NOT SUBMITTING WHO YOU VOTED FOR. JUST YOUR RP NAME, MC NAME, AND AN AFFIRMATION THAT YOU VOTED.)) RP Name: MC Name: Voted: Yes :) YOUR VOTE WILL NOT BE COUNTED UNLESS YOU DO THIS. LET ALL BE AWARE that on this day, the 5th of Tobias' Bounty, 1832 in the year of Our Lord GOD 1832, national elections for the House of Commons in Greater Alpine District for the 26th Imperial Diet shall commence. All those eligible to vote in the Greater Alpine District are entitled to cast their ballot to the Department of Civil Affairs. All ineligible votes shall be invalidated. (Click below for the Ballot) https://forms.gle/gbx9bLQTTFfPjFGx8 ISSUED AND PROCLAIMED, John VIII, by the grace of GOD Holy Orenian Emperor, forever August, King of Renatus, Curon, Kaedrin, Salvus, and Seventis, Defender of the Faith, Grand Duke of Ves, Duke of Adria, Novellen and Lorraine, Baron of Renzfeld, Protector of the Heartlanders, Highlanders, and Farfolk, etcetera.
  14. ELECTIONS FOR THE HOUSE OF COMMONS, NORTHERN DISTRICT, 26th IMPERIAL DIET 5th of Tobias' Bounty, 1832 **OOC: PLEASE READ** ((AFTER SUBMITTING YOUR BALLOT IN NORTHERN DISTRICT, PLEASE RESPOND TO THIS THREAD WITH THE FOLLOWING. THE INFORMATION SHOULD BE THE SAME AS YOU SUBMITTED ON THE BALLOT. YOU ARE NOT SUBMITTING WHO YOU VOTED FOR. JUST YOUR RP NAME, MC NAME, AND AN AFFIRMATION THAT YOU VOTED.)) RP Name: MC Name: Voted: Yes :) YOUR VOTE WILL NOT BE COUNTED UNLESS YOU DO THIS. LET ALL BE AWARE that on this day, the 5th of Tobias' Bounty, 1832 in the year of Our Lord GOD 1832, national elections for the House of Commons in Northern District for the 26th Imperial Diet shall commence. All those eligible to vote in the Northern District are entitled to cast their ballot to the Department of Civil Affairs. All ineligible votes shall be invalidated. (Click below for the Ballot) https://forms.gle/3QXe2T3mems4PG6X8 ISSUED AND PROCLAIMED, John VIII, by the grace of GOD Holy Orenian Emperor, forever August, King of Renatus, Curon, Kaedrin, Salvus, and Seventis, Defender of the Faith, Grand Duke of Ves, Duke of Adria, Novellen and Lorraine, Baron of Renzfeld, Protector of the Heartlanders, Highlanders, and Farfolk, etcetera.
  15. ELECTIONS FOR THE HOUSE OF COMMONS, RIGHT-BANK DISTRICT, 26th IMPERIAL DIET 5th of Tobias' Bounty, 1832 **OOC: PLEASE READ** ((AFTER SUBMITTING YOUR BALLOT IN RIGHT-BANK DISTRICT, PLEASE RESPOND TO THIS THREAD WITH THE FOLLOWING. THE INFORMATION SHOULD BE THE SAME AS YOU SUBMITTED ON THE BALLOT. YOU ARE NOT SUBMITTING WHO YOU VOTED FOR. JUST YOUR RP NAME, MC NAME, AND AN AFFIRMATION THAT YOU VOTED.)) RP Name: MC Name: Voted: Yes :) YOUR VOTE WILL NOT BE COUNTED UNLESS YOU DO THIS. LET ALL BE AWARE that on this day, the 5th of Tobias' Bounty, 1832 in the year of Our Lord GOD 1832, national elections for the House of Commons in Right-Bank District for the 26th Imperial Diet shall commence. All those eligible to vote in the Right-Bank District are entitled to cast their ballot to the Department of Civil Affairs. All ineligible votes shall be invalidated. (Click below for the Ballot) https://forms.gle/FVyc8TM165tkvgUm6 ISSUED AND PROCLAIMED, John VIII, by the grace of GOD Holy Orenian Emperor, forever August, King of Renatus, Curon, Kaedrin, Salvus, and Seventis, Defender of the Faith, Grand Duke of Ves, Duke of Adria, Novellen and Lorraine, Baron of Renzfeld, Protector of the Heartlanders, Highlanders, and Farfolk, etcetera.
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