King/Queen of Kazulia
Olaf V
since 4667

Style: His/Her Royal Majesty
Heir apparent: Crown Princess Kristina
First monarch: Victor
Residence: Royal Palace

The Monarchy of Kazulia, colloquially known as the Kazulian Monarchy, is the monarchial head of state of Kazulia, which is a constitutional and hereditary monarchy with a parliamentary system. The Kazulian Monarchy can trace its lineage back to the previous petty kingdoms and tribes which were united to form Kazulia.

The previous monarch, Queen Ingvild, reigned from 4614, succeeding the regency of Marquess Regent Brooklÿn. The new monarch is her only son, Crown Prince Olaf V. There are several other members of the Royal Family including the King's daughter and aunt. Originally an elective monarchy, it became hereditary only in the 33rd century during the reign of Queen Victoria. A decisive transition to a constitutional monarchy occurred in 3365 with the writing of the first Constitution. The current Royal House is a branch of the princely family of  Rongstad-Nyland-Heikkinen-Ladefoged-Hloedvardursson.

The Kazulian Monarchy is constitutional and as such, the role of the monarch is defined and limited by the Constitution of Kazulia. According to the constitution, the ultimate executive authority over the government of Kazulia is still by and through the monarch's royal reserve powers; in practice these powers are only used according to laws enacted in Parliament or within the constraints of convention. The monarch is, in practice, limited to non-partisan functions such as bestowing honours and appointing the prime minister. The monarch and his or her immediate family undertake various official, ceremonial, diplomatic and representational duties.

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