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Carrying foreign crowns without legislative approval made illegal

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Carrying foreign crowns without legislative approval made illegal

13 May 7528 AM

Today the Privy council of Montescano besieged the Monarch to pass an act to the effect that the Monarch of Montescano is not allowed to wear foreign crowns without the explicit permission of the Council of State. An act to that effect was passed within minutes from the receiving of a majority in the Privy council. 

After having earlier today abdicated the throne of a State, the Monarch has by this act also abdicated from the throne of Gastón and the Two Melillas - two projects the Monarch was involved in, in 2013 and 2018 respectively.

From now upon, upon the offering of a foreign crown, the Monarch must receive the consent of the Council of State or abdicate from the Montescanesque throne before accepting it.