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The Lord Protector of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland and Ireland was the title of the head of state during the Commonwealth (or, to monarchists, the Interregnum), following the first period when a Council of State held executive power.
RECENT letters from Royal Family detractors have not commented on the fact that if we became a republic, the new Head of State and his/her family would also be funded by the taxpayer.
Our public's blind devotion to aristocratic privilege and an unelected head of state is moronic and it is ironic that The White Queen, the dramatisation of the Wars of the Roses, should depict cousinly war, greed and lack of principle at the time when we now know, in advance, the three heads of state for the next century.
Responding to this, 54% said a woman can be head of state and 38% said a woman cannot be head of state.
On November 5 President Plevneliev, together with state and government leaders from the EU and Asia, will hold a working meeting with Laos Prime Minister Thongsing Thammavong and on the first day of the visit to Laos the Bulgarian head of state will have a series of meetings.
Foreign Minister Nikolay Mladenov will participate in the delegation, the press office of the head of state said in a statement.
Summary: Rabat - HM King Mohammed VI received congratulatory messages from several Arab and Islamic Head of States on the occasion of the 11th anniversary of the Sovereign's enthronement.
TALLINN -- On April 13, at Stenbock House in Tallinn, on the 125th anniversary of Head of State Juhan Kukk's birth, the State Chancellery and Estonian Post, Ltd.