Dept. of Culture

The Department of Culture is run directly by President Horatio Eden, who appointed himself Minister of Culture following the enactment of the Whestcorean Heritage Law. It is responsible for formulating and enacting government policy relating to cultural and historical matters, as well as operating the Whestcorean Heritage Institute.

Online public services

  • Pursuant to its archival responsibilities under the Whestcorean Heritage Law and the Universal Triumvirate Heritage Law, the Department of Culture operates various Heritage Institutes.
  • Pursuant to its archival responsibilities under the Constitutional Repository Law, the Banknote Repository Law, and the Treaty Repository and Amissopian Language Law, the Department of Culture operates a page for the Repositories it is responsible for.
  • Pursuant to its responsibilities under the amendment to the Whestcorean Heritage Law enacted by the National Holiday Law, the Department of Culture maintains a public list of all National Holidays.
  • Pursuant to its responsibilities under the Treaty Repository and Amissopian Language Law, the Department of Culture operates a page for the Amissopian Conlang Institute, which is tasked with creating and maintaining an Amissopian constructed language.