Sovereign Emperor proclaimed infallible


Sovereign Emperor proclaimed infallible

30 July 7528 AM

The Senate of the Empire of Pavlov has passed an Act proclaiming the infallibility of the Pavlovian Emperor. The Act states that the Pavlovian Emperor, by virtue of his supreme Imperial authority and status as the Viceroy of God, Emperor of the Romans, Successor of St. Peter, Defender of the Faith, Turtle and Elephants, and Custodian of Heaven on Flat Earth, is preserved from the possibility of error when proclaiming the matters of State in his official capacity.

The Act, motioned by Tsesarevych Jaroslav Aleksandrovych, makes His Imperial Majesty the third infallible Head of State, after Pope Francis by virtue of Papal infallibility, and Sultan of Brunei Hassanal Bolkiah, whose infallibility was proclaimed in 2006.