Government of Islandia
and our Constitution
The Micronation of Islandia is governed by our Provisional Constitution formulated by the Royal Council, and the Constituent Assembly, while we draft a permanent constitution to be approved by a referendum of all citizens.
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Head of State
His Royal Excellency Prince Regent Marshall 1st of Islandia
The current 64 paid-up members and investors in the legal entity.
The provisional Head of Government was voted for by paid-up members/shareholders of the Provisional Constituent Assembly
The Right Honourable Prime Minister Jodie Hill
Minister of State Affairs
As coordinator of state affairs, culture, and exaltation, Islandia’s Minister Plenipotentiary Alon Winnie plays a leading role in nurturing the fledgling nation’s character. Alon, formerly of the United States, is based in Jakarta, Indonesia, and through years of travel and study has developed a passionate interest in global cultures.
“I have always been disturbed that nationality, an accident of birth, controls and limits the opportunities of so many. I’m excited to explore the concepts of democracy and nationality as we build this Principality of Islandia.”
Minister of Foreign Affairs
Islandia takes a non-partisan approach to global politics, treating all other nations on this planet as friends and neighbours. Minister of Foreign Affairs Marko Moudrak has visited many of these neighbours firsthand, through his professional work in geological engineering, and more recently, as a tour guide and photographer. In his role as Minister, Marko Moudrak will seek to forge enduring links while maintaining Islandia’s relationships overseas.
Minister of Information
Minister of Business and Commerce
Minister of Technology and Communication
Minister of Culture
High Citizens of Islandia
Membership – those people that have paid their registration fee and have been accepted as citizens of the nation. They enjoy full rights of citizens and are governed by the Provisional Constitution until a permanent constitution is drawn up.
During the period of the Provisional Constituent Assembly, and until a permanent constitution is agreed upon there will be no national elections open to regular citizens.