Monday, 18 May 2015

Constitutional Duties

It is most fortunate indeed that Her Illustrious Highness, Twaklin I, the Ethereal Grand Duchess of Nilkawt is no longer in exile and can therefore perform her constitutional duties with the dignity they deserve.  Societal unrest is always a sign of constitutional disturbance and the need for reform.

It is also fortunate that Her Illustrious Highness has permitted one of her private secretaries, Lord Gregory Gobsmack-Twittering, Earl of Foolya, to establish a hologrammatic tea pavilion on the Foolya Plains for constitutional and navigational purposes.  Tea pavilions are always a sign of civilisation.

It may even be fortunate that Lady Philophrosyne Facebookian-Flabberghast, Countess of Cupateeunkaique, has been given permission to do likewise within her own territory.  A hologrammatic tea pavilion is therefore in the process of being appropriately constituted in the Cupateeunkaique Parklands.

It is possible that constitutional fortune may also shine a light in other parts of Nilkawt.  For example, an initial application has just been received from Lord Dughall Google Platter-Plus-Bugle, Earl of Backoutshire.  The establishment of a similar hologrammatic facility in the back garden of one of the many training establishments in Backoutshire appears to be almost inevitable.

The constitutional benefits of hologrammatic tea pavilions are immensely clear to the Nilkawtians.  This is a refreshing relief to the Government of Nilkawt.  Social agitation is never to be commended, whether by tourists, business visitors, temporary residents, temporary citizens or permanent citizens.  Everyone must perform their constitutional duties within Nilkawtian territory.

For further information in relation to the Constitution of Nilkawt, particularly concerning your own duties as a potential visitor, please examine the following documentation:

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