The Council of State
TITLE VI. THE COUNCIL OF STATE
Art. 52. The State Council consists of at least two Secretaries of State who have the function of Vicar General of the Abbey. Its preponderant function is consultative in order to give its opinion on bills and ordinances submitted to its examination by the Prince.
He can also be consulted on any other project.
Its organization and functioning are fixed by a specific Sovereign Order.