Flag of the Temple of Jonesia, designed and approved by Prince Luke
The Sovereign Order of Kekistan’s system of governance is administered from Temple of Jonesia, and those appointed to such by the Prince are called “cardinals”. The Temple is divided into three powers, in line with Montesquieu’s Separation of Powers:
- Legislative power, which rests with the Prince-Bishop but is delegated to Parliament for non-constitutional matters; while resting absolutely with the Prince-Bishop and his Grand Knights of the Round Table as far as constitutional rules are concerned;
- Executive power, which resides with the Prince-Bishop, and is generally exercised by the Grand Chancellor;
- and Judicial power, which the Grand Justiciar, and the Courts of the Order, exercises on behalf of the Prince-Bishop;
The third largest land pocket of unclaimed land between Serbia and Croatia (also called Rid) is the headquarters of the Kekistani Knights and home to the Kekistani government, who will meet in a castle known as the Temple of Jonesia. It is to be a city-state across the river from Apatin in Serbia. The right-wing patriots’ equivalent to the Vatican City is home to the Prince-Bishop and a trove of iconic Western civilisation art and architecture. Its Kek Museums house books and artwork pertinent to British and American culture, as well as the history of the Kek movement.