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Offline GDSophie

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What if Russia brought back the monarchy?
« on: September 27, 2017, 04:39:47 PM »
Constitutional or whatever, why not just make a new House? The surviving Romanovs may argue against it but any argument they make can be contradicted by using the House of Rurik as a counter-argument.

(I volunteer myself as Tsarina Sofia II of Russia; jokingly, of course, unless you're all okay with me volunteering. My Russian roots from my great-grandfather will help my case, yes? Lol)

They can actually do what they did back in 1613; find a Rurik relative and ask them to take the throne, except find an obscure Romanov relative and ask them. If they refuse, just make a new House from scratch.

It stops both sides of the Romanov family from arguing, and if one of them is picked then it's more arguments between them.

Make a poll addressed to the Russian people:
If Russia bought back the monarchy, which House would you like to see on the throne?

- House of Romanov.
- House of Rurik.
- Make a new House for all I care.

What's that in Russian? Lol.

Either way I would ask for all the Imperial jewellery from the Treasury back from every Royal House who has taken them all. Looking at you, Windsor.
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Re: What if Russia brought back the monarchy?
« Reply #1 on: October 17, 2017, 10:51:12 AM »
Problem is, Russia currently has a de facto Tsar. 

I can't see the House of Putin giving up all the perks it has.

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Re: What if Russia brought back the monarchy?
« Reply #2 on: Yesterday at 06:04:19 PM »
Problem is, Russia currently has a de facto Tsar. 

I can't see the House of Putin giving up all the perks it has.

He'll die soon enough, unless he is some sort of immortal being or Russia's working on some sort of life prolonging experiment.
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Re: What if Russia brought back the monarchy?
« Reply #3 on: Today at 02:16:55 AM »
Putin is only 65. I think he will be around for a few years yet.

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