At present day the Grand Duke has almost all legislative power in Flandrensis, but the Grand Duchy remained a constitutional monarchy with respect for all rights and obligations for the head of state and its citizens. The Grand Duke is supported and advised by a Cabinet led by the Chancellor. The Grand Ducal Cabinet consists of Ministers who are appointed by the head of state.
For each new item on the agenda, including but not limited to new projects, laws and recognitions, there will be a referendum.
Joaquín Castillo-Lopez (USA)
Chancellor: The right hand of the Grand Duke and is his replacement in time of need. The Chancellor is also the Chairman of the Grand Ducal Cabinet.
Krzysztof Pukacz (UK)
Minister of Internal Affairs: when the Chancellor is the right hand of the Grand Duke, this one is the left hand. This Minister assist the Grand Duke with the development of Flandrensis on any level.
Beĥruzbek Oĉilov (Germany)
Minister of Antarctic affairs, environment & climate change: The problems of global warming and climate change are central components of the Flandrensian agenda. The Minister promotes the importance of the white continent and develops the Flandrensian policy on Antarctica.
Minister of Media & communication: To tell the Flandrensian story and spread our mission communication is very important. The Minister is responsible for the communication strategy, promotion and is the CEO of the Flandrensis Times.
Danny Morris (UK)
Minister of Foreign Affairs: The Minister of Foreign Affairs advises the Grand Duke in diplomatic relations with micronations.
Michelle Brewer-Bunnell (USA)
Minister of Justice, Human Rights, Diversity: Flandrensis is a worldwide community with a huge diversity on sexuality, gender, religion, etc. and we’re proud of that. This Minister investigates intolerant behaviour like racism or illegal activities that could damage the reputation of Flandrensis.
Elias de Cassel-Campinia (Belgium)
Master of Heraldry: Many medieval elements are part of our national identity and all Flandrensians have the right to wear a personal coat of arms. A coat of arms is part of someone’s identity: the symbols or colours tells something about the owners’ personality, hobby, interests, family history, etc. The Master of Heraldry is responsible for all designs.