Principality of Trumar

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Principality of Trumar
Coat of arms
Motto: Amore, Honoris, Cognitionis (Latin: Love, Honor, Knowledge)
Anthem: Rock n Roll, Part2

Trumar's location (in Red) on the Iberian Peninsula.
and largest city
Official languagesPortuguese, English.
Demonym(s)Trumarino (Portuguese); Trumarian (English)
GovernmentExecutive monarchy
• Head of State
Prince Igor I Machado
• Head of Government
House of Nobles
House of Elected
• (5 permanently living) census
GDP (nominal)estimate
• Total
635€ anual aprox 750US$ or 635.000₵
CurrencyCoroa Trumarina;Trumarian Crown ₵
Time zone(UTC+1)
This nation is a member of the Example Organisation

The Principality of Trumar, more commonly known as Trumar, is a micronation in Europe, more specifically an Enclave surrounded by Portuguese territory. Trumar arose from the discontent that several individuals felt after the Portuguese legislative elections of 2019, therefore, on October 8, 2019, the Declaration of Independence of the Principality of Trumar was signed, giving birth to this beautiful micronation.

The principality's form of government is that of the constitutional monarchy in which the monarch exercises certain executive, legislative and judicial powers. The principality as an area of roughly 100 m² and a population of 5 citizens.

The current and so far only monarch is Prince Igor I, who has ruled the country since it was founded. Since the Principality is surrounded by Portugal, the first official language is Portuguese. The second official lenguage is English, in hopes that Trumar becomes an international nation.


Being a fairly new nation, Trumar has no memorable historical events except the Independence Declaration Day, celebrated on October 8.

Politics and government

The principal law of the principality is the 2019 Constitutional Charter.(currently being written) to which ALL citizens must obey, including the Government, the Parliament, the Judges and the Royal House.

The Constitutional Charter recognizes the Separation of Political Powers into four branches: Legislative, Moderator, Executive and Judicial.

Due to it being a recently created country, and having such a small population, no elections have been held in the Principality of Trumar till date.

Legislative Branch

The Legislative Branch is represented by the Parliament which is divided into two Chambers. The House of Elected and the House of Nobles.

House of Elected

House of Elected Seats, as of 2019 elections.

The House of Elected is the Lower House, and it's a representation of all citizens of the principality. Elections to fill this chamber's 24 seats are held annually and both political parties and independent individuals can run for office.

Political Parties & Idependent Lists

Party/Individual Logo Party Leaders Ideology Representatives President Ministers
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House of Nobles

The House of Nobles is the Parliaments Upper house. It's members are appointed by the Prince by assignment of the title of "Lord".

Moderator Power

The Moderator Power is reserved to the Prince, in accordance with the Constitutional Charter, and represents a set of Royal Prerogatives, that can be delegated, and that comprise:

  • The power to appoint the head of government and his cabinet, taking into account legislative elections;
  • The power to dissolve Parliament and call new elections;
  • The power to bestow 'Lord' titles;
  • The power to dismiss the Head of Government and Cabinet;
  • The power to declare war, having been the parliament heard on the matter;
  • The power to veto laws permanently;
  • The power to suspend unconstitutional laws;
  • The power to propose laws, through Royal Decrees;
  • The power to issue royal pardons, but also to banish anyone from the principality;
  • The power to grant anyone Trumarian Nationality through Citzenship Letters (apply here);
  • The power to print currency;
  • The power to issue passports;
  • The power to propose Referendums;

Executive Branch

Council of Ministers

Council of Ministers Composition
Position Name Political Party Duties
President of the Council of Ministers Vacant - -
Minister for Finance Vacant - -
Minister for Foreign Affairs Vacant - -
Minister for National Defense Vacant - -
Minister for Culture Vacant - -
Minister for Agriculture and Rural Development Vacant - -
Minister for Employment and Social Security Vacant - -
Minister for Justice Vacant - -
Minister for Education Vacant - -
Minister for Health and Wellbeing Vacant - -

see: micronations_in_Iberica