Political Structure of Kurdor

The Political Structure of Kurdor is that of a loose hierarchy, with the authority of district representatives and town sheriffs at the base, and the Royal Offices of King Gregor V at the top.

It is organized like a pyramid, with a single figurehead at the top in the form of the Monarchy, followed by the heads of the 13 Kurdic Provinces, followed by the Mayors and Sheriffs of the kingdom’s many cities and towns, and below that are the district councils of the larger cities. The system has proven fairly effective for the duration of the Gregor line, though there are several smaller villages and towns with little to no representation present. They are not seen as large enough to present a significant risk of rebellion, and have not been granted equal representation in the Kurdic political arena.

Political Structure of Kurdor

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