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: I suspect King Michael realizes if he does not
: take steps to solidify the succession of the
: Romanian claim for his own
: children/grandchildren, then what would
: happen upon his death is that the rightful
: claimant would be a German prince who has
: expressed to desire to support the claim.
: Even worse, the door would be wide open for
: Paul al Romanei (as I understand his legal
: name now to be) to start calling himself
: King and he would be accepted as such by the
: world's media and Romanian officials/people
: since there would likely not be any strong
: opposition to his claims form the German
: The King's action may seem absurd when
: applied to an former constitution no longer
: in force. But when faced with the realities
: of the current time, they make perfect sense
: to me.
I understand why Michael would want to ensure the succession for his own descendants but that is not how the game works. I know he had no control over it but hear me out: he should have had sons if he wanted his descendants to be able to claim this throne! I think he is very well aware that he is throwing it against the wall and trying to see what sticks but come on... you can't choose to give away what is not yours to give.
The Romanians could choose one of Michael's descendants for the throne or they could pick someone else. Still, the Prince of Hohenzollern will be the, or a, titular king. The same way we have three French claimants (one imperial, two royal).
I would really love to hear what the princely house has to say about this, if anything.
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