Monarchy of the Philippines

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Monarchy of the Philippines
Monarkiya ng Pilipinas
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Philippine Royal Coat of Arms
Incumbent
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Boy Pick Up
since 1 May 2020
Details
Style His Majesty
Heir None
First monarch kadayao
Formation 4 January 2013
Royal Houses
Grand Duke of Luzon Vacant
Grand Duke of Palawan Vacant
Grand Duke of Visayas Boy Pick Up
Grand Duke of Mindanao Vacant
Office of the Royal Scribe
Secretary Boy Pick Up

The Monarchy of the Philippines (Filipino: Monarkiya ng Pilipinas), commonly referred to as the Philippine monarchy, is the constitutional monarchy of the Philippines. The monarchy comprises the reigning monarch, their family, and the members of the Houses of Luzon, Palawan, Visayas, Mindanao. The current monarch is King Boy Pick Up.

History

Sultanate of Mindanao and Sulu

On 17 April 2009, Minister of Internal Affairs and Ambassador of the Philippines to Japan Ariel David Buena, a staunch advocate for the establishment of a monarchy in the Philippines, proclaimed Prince Terence I as Paduka Maulana Mahasari Sharif Sultan Hashem Abu Bakr of Mindanao and Sulu after a two-day national referendum.[1] Two weeks later, Prince Terence I formally addressed the public when he announced the adopted members of his royal family, the formation of the Royal Pintados, and the conferment of knighthood to Filipinos with valuable contributions to Mindanao and Sulu.[2]

Prince Terence I passed away on 12 September 2009 after being permanently banned. In the same day, Prince Terence II was proclaimed as new Sultan of Mindanao and Sulu. On 8 February 2010, EZEX Lacroa, second adopted son of Prince Terence I, contested the legitimacy of Prince Terence II and asserted that Prince Terence I's first adopted son Ariel David Buena was the rightful monarch.[3] Communist rebels led by Comrade Joe took advantage of the turmoil in the royal family by starting a civil war in Mindanao.[4] Ariel David Buena relinquished any claim to the throne two days later,[5] but the insurgency had already spread throughout the region with supporters in major Philippine cities.[6][7] The civil war ended on 11 February 2010 with the Fall of Butuan City. A peace treaty was signed between the government and the rebels, and the Autonomous Region of the People's Mindanao replaced the Sultanate of Mindanao and Sulu.[8]

Establishment of the monarchy

Royal family

Monarch

Royal houses

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House of Luzon
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House of Palawan
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House of Visayas
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House of Mindanao

House of Luzon

Main article: House of Luzon

House of Palawan

Main article: House of Palawan

House of Visayas

Main article: House of Visayas

House of Mindanao

Main article: House of Mindanao

Titles

Title Style Qualification
English Filipino English Filipino
King
Queen
Maharajah
Maharani
His Majesty
Her Majesty
Their Majesty
Ang Kanyang Kamahalan Players who have Filipino citizenship in real life and in-game.
Grand Duke
Grand Duchess
Punong Lakan
Punong Lakambini
(Luzon)
His Highness
Her Highness
Their Highness
Ang Kanyang Kataas-taasan Players who have Filipino citizenship in real life and in-game.
Punong Datu
Punong Dayang-dayang
(Palawan)
Punong Rajah
Punong Rani
(Visayas)
Punong Sultan
Punong Sultana
(Mindanao)
Duke
Duchess
Lakan
Lakambini
(Luzon)
Players who have Filipino citizenship in real life and in-game.
Datu
Dayang-dayang
(Palawan)
Rajah
Rani
(Visayas)
Sultan
Sultana
(Mindanao)
Count
Countess
Gat
Dayang
Players who have Filipino citizenship in real life, but not in-game.
Baron
Baroness
Players who have Filipino citizenship in-game, but not in real life.
Knight
Dame
Maginoo
(Luzon and Palawan)
Sir
Lady
Ginoo
Binibini
Players who do not have Filipino citizenship in real life and in-game.
Tumao
(Visayas and Mindanao)

References

  1. It's Official: Terence is King. The eRepublik Outsider. Published 17 April 2009.
  2. The Royal Announcements. The Philippine Times. Published 1 May 2009.
  3. Who is the Lawful Heir of Mindanao? VEDA Terminal. Published 8 February 2010.
  4. Kingdom of Mindanao, No More?! The People's Review. Published 8 February 2010.
  5. Long Live the King of Mindanao. The eRepublik Outsider. Published 10 February 2010.
  6. Insurgency in Mindanao Spreads! The People's Review. Published 9 February 2010.
  7. Coup d' etat in Fort Bagong Pag-Asa! Peacetalks Starts! The People's Review. Published 10 February 2010.
  8. Mindanao Civil War Ends! Peacetalks Succesful! ARPM declared! The People's Review. Published 11 February 2010.