Ministers & secretaries

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. The Grand Ducal Cabinet consists of Ministers and Secretaries who are appointed by the head of state.

Hein of Giddis (BEL)
Prime Minister, Internal Affairs and National Safety:
The right hand of the Grand Duke and is his replacement in time of need. He’s responsible for the constitutional laws and the security of the micronation.

Jürgen of Bryggia (BEL)
Minister of Multimedia:
The Minister is the designer of the Flandrensisian website and is responsible for all updates and technical assistance.

Cezary Ostrowski (POL)
Secretary of Heraldry:
Inspired by medieval heraldry, this art form has become an important element of the Flandrensisian culture and traditions. The Secretary assists the Royal Family with new designs or with updates of existing symbols.

Dieter Delmotte (BEL)
Minister of Media & Communication:
To tell the Flandrensisian story and spread our mission communication is very important. The Minister is responsible for the communication, promotion, ….

George De Feyter (FRA)
Minister of Antarctic Environment:
The problems of global warming and climate change are central components of the Flandrensisian agenda. The Minister promotes the importance of the white continent and develops the Flandrensisian policy on Antarctica.

Omar Cisneros (USA)
Secretary of Foreign Affairs (1):
The Secretary of Foreign Affairs advises the Grand Duke in diplomatic relations with micronations.

Ochilov Bekhruzbek (GER)
Secretary of Foreign Affairs (2):
The Secretary of Foreign Affairs advises the Grand Duke in diplomatic relations with micronations.

Lander Hasaert (BEL):
Minister of Social Welfare & Integration:
The Minister will investigates intolerant behaviour like racism or illegal activities that could damage the reputation of Flandrensis.