Principality of Scotia

Politics in Scotia

Scotia has been governed under Absolute Monarchy since September 2015 after citizens called for a Referendum due to the lack of progress and committment from the elected Parliament and Government.

99% voted in favour of Absolute Monarchy, even though HSH Prince Charles II, The Prince of Scotia publicly declared his concerns of this result before the referendum, stating he felt it would be a step backwards for the Principality. However as a duty bound Sovereign the Prince of Scotia has agreed to accept the outcome of the referendum and in March 2016 will appoint a National Council of Advisors, 4 will be appointed by the Sovereign Prince and 4 will be elected by the citizens as their representatives. The Sovereign Prince has also stated that he will bring some elements of Direct Democracy into the fold to truly give citizens a voice and influence in their country.

The Sovereign Prince has also laid into law that in June 2018, citizens will again be given a referendum to vote if they wish to continue as an Absolute Monarchy or if they wish to enter into a different type of political constitution, giving the Sovereign Prince under 3 years to run the nation as an Absolute Monarch.

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