OF THE VILLAGE OF SEBORGA
With its 12 Counsellors elected by a "proportional mixed majoritarian system" is headed
by the Mayor who represent the Legal, Administrative and Executive Power of the Italian
The Administrative and Legal Power
The Town Board and the Mayor
With its 12 Counsellors elected by a proportional mixed majoritarian
system is headed by the Mayor who represents the Legal,
Administrative and Executive Power of the Italian Republic.
and two other members - one of which must be from the Opposition party sit in the name of Seborga at the Commonwealth of
The last Town Board and Mayor’s elections were held last in May 2006, two lists were competing, and the list headed by the former mayor win.
The actual Mayor is FRANCO FOGLIARINI .
Mayor of Seborga
TRADITION in the Village of Seborga
For Centuries, the descendants from the Cruisades -
the Seborgheses - had the privilege to elect their Prince, with the " Bene Placito" of the Pope.
Since the XI Century they did so most of the time in a regular manner. In the XX century,
the locals designated in a private consultation as GIORGIO CARBONE, who became Giorgio Ier. ,
by popular votes. The self proclaimed Prince has acted positively for the developpment and well
been of the locals, boosting tourism.
GOVERNMENT OF THE SOVEREIGN ORDER OF
THE ANTICO PRINCIPATO DI SEBORGA
Richard Ier. and the Knights of Castrum Sepulcri (left) fighting Saladin in 1187 A.D.
Since the crusades, the Government of the Sovereign Order is defined by its Consitutional Charter,
its Code of Laws, its Institutions and its Traditions.
The Government of the Sovereign Order of the
Antico Principato di Seborga , of Castrum Sepulcri, has no connection whatsoever with the Italian
Communal government and/or with the Republic of Italy.
They are two different governments.
For more information on the Government of the Sovereign Order, please contact
information Desk at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Richard Ier. and the Knights of Castrum Sepulcri
(left) fighting Saladin in 1187 A.D.
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