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I try to answer your question a bit
The first and main issue is that the RH will get an official, leagl status. It is not any longer a private entity, but a state recognized organisation with powers and tasks.
Art 3 describes the functions of the RH and basically has to promote the traditons and national identity and nearly all fields... interestingly as well in the administrative, military and economic area. The RH has to report to Parliament about its activities in form of an annual report. The funding is assured. The head of the RH will receive a salary and the Elisabeth Palace is leased for 99 years. Art 9 deals with property of the RH. The administartive service of the RH are dealt with in Art 10 and 11. The service has a staff of maximum of 20 people and will be styate financed.
Result: As the Crownprincess puts it in her recent speech in London Romania is formally a republic but in real terms a "functional monarchy". From here, it is only a small step to a restoration proper.
The great weakness is the lack of an obvious heir/ess of the next generation after Nicoals has been removed from the line of succession. Of course, there is a line of succession, but...
: I'm not entirely sure what the proposed law
: will do. It appears to give the royal family
: some sort of legal status in the country,
: and requires the head of the house to submit
: (to whom?) an annual activity report. In
: return, the head of house gets to control
: the succession.
: Does the law give any guidance as to any
: sort of official duties that will be
: expected to be undertaken by the RF or its
: Will there be any state funding of the RF or
: tax exemptions? Does it address issues of
: property rights to royal estates or homes?
: Thank you for any clarification.
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