Crown Council of Romania

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The Crown Council (Romanian: Consiliul de Coroană) was an institution that advised the King of the Romanians. Informal between 1866 and 1938, it was formalized by the 1938 Constitution, in effect for two years. The forum met on occasions of great national importance. It had a purely advisory role, and was convoked by the King on the government's advice.[1]


  1. ^ Ioan Mamina, Consilii de Coroană, p.7-9. Editura Enciclopedica, 1997, ISBN 978-9734502-02-8