Re: Plenty of political entities don't exist and titles are not changed
Posted by Dag T. Hoelseth on 29/3/2011, 23:59:06, in reply to "Re: Plenty of political entities don't exist and titles are not changed"
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: I don't deny that the Crown Prince has the
: right to regulate the dynastic activities of
: his house and family but changing his
: territorial designation is akin to changing
: the name of the entire country itself (if
: the kingdom were extant).
The point is that he has the right to change the title if he so wishes.
: The family book of
: rules is even named for the whole of
: Yugoslavia, not just the Serbian part. It
: really is much like a (God forbid) deposed
: Elizabeth II or titular Charles III using
: the title "Prince(ss) of England"
: when England was legitimately (according to
: non-Jacobites, Noel!) united with Scotland
: to create a new kingdom.
: What sort of body is the Court Council,
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