SORA NAEGINO, Kaleido - The National Assembly of Kaleido voted to restore the monarchy and abolish its republican system of government, Kaleido state media reported on Sunday.
The decision of the Independent State of Kaleido to return to a monarchy is the sixth major government change since its founding on December 9, 2012, and it is also the third time that Kaleido became a monarchy.
Kaleido's last government change happened in January 31, when its government was restructured to the Independent State of Kaleido.
The National Assembly of Kaleido also voted to replace their current constitution, the 11th of the nation since its founding, and replaced it with a set of laws that would serve as the nation's new constitution.
With the country's transition to a monarchy, Luis Palay, the former Governor-General of Kaleido who resigned in February, became the country's new king and took the regnal name of "Mahayap".
Kaleido government officials were also elevated to a newly-established aristocracy and were given peerage titles.
The Presidency of the Daikoku Federation issued a short statement saying that the decision of Kaleido to restore the monarchy is "an unexpected development."