Great Council of Crowns
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Head of Crown and Country
Seats -Elizabeth II of England
-Lauren of Scotland
-Bronwyn of Wales
-Ewan II of Ireland
-Andrew of Guernsey and Jersey
-Thomas II of Mann
Meeting place
White Tower, Tower of London National Borough
White Tower, Tower of London

The Great Council of Crowns of the Great British Confederation is the de facto national legislature and the official organizing body of the small but powerful national government. The Great Council is made up of the seven monarchs of the seven Countries of the Confederation, and serves to represent a "political head" within the country as a whole. It is located in the White Tower of the Tower of London National Borough.

The Great Council has absolute control over the national government if affirmed by national vote every four years to insure their civilian support. A "head" of the council is selected by the council to serve as the nation's head of state and government for one year. The current Head of Crown is Adrianne of Anguilla, of the Country of the British Overseas Areas.


The Council is made up of the heads of state from each of the seven governments of the Confederation. Each member serves the same length in the Council as they do as Head of States, those positions sharing office terms. As long as the individual is head of state, they can remain in the Council. Members of the Council must be monarchs, and one country of the Confederation cannot have more than one member in the Council. While members are required to be monarchs, their positions are affirmed by a national public vote every four years.

Current Council


The Great Council is a democratic organ consisting of members selected in a nondemocratic manour. The members of the Great Council are the heads of the royal families of the constituent countries of the Confederation. As a result, each member country of the Confederation must incorporate a monarchy into their government to insure representation in the national government. If a country does not select a sovereign to represent their people, then they are not represented within the national government. The Great Council's members are reassured to be supported by a public vote held every four years. If the public does not support the Great Council's members, then the four Offices of Governance are to take the powers of the Great Council and reestablish it with new royal families from each country. This has not occurred since the Council's existence.

Constitutional powers

"The Great Council is insured the right to rule over the national government with the consent of the public. As the national government is composed of the Home Office, the Foreign Office, the Defence Office, and the Law Office, the Great Council thus has control over those areas of governance. The Great Council approves the actions of each office and appoints its members. The Council approves the dealings of interregional governments and insures the order and stability of the relations between constituencies. It approves the actions of foreign relations with each country and with the government of the nation as a whole. It approves the proceedings of the nation's defence and the domestic and international deployment of troops in times of war and peace. It approves the measures of the nation's constitution and justice systems to insure order, justice, and equality between civilians.

The members of the Great Council of Crowns must be permanent in family line and of absolute in position. The members must vote on the proceedings of the nation in a democratic fashion, to be reassured every four years by the inquisition of the public."

-The White Tower Resolutions, October 7th, 1983