Imperial Edicts are laws that can only be enacted by the Monarch. They can grant an office, right, monopoly, title, or status to a person or to some entity such as a corporation, create government offices and ministries, and shall be generally used by the Monarch for executive governance.
Alongside the Imperial Decrees, the Edicts supersede all other laws, and no law may contradict an Imperial Edict.
|Edict of Theodosia||30 May 7528|
|Edict of Moscow||4 June 7528|
|Coronation Edict||6 June 7528|
|Edict of Tsisarhorod||8 July 7528|
|Edict of Harlemum||10 July 7528|
|Edict of Kyiv||19 July 7528|
|Edict of Mariupol||31 July 7528|
|Edict of Konstantinopolis||5 August 7528|
|Second Edict of Moscow||29 September 7529|