P Iunius Brutus omnibus in foro S.P.D.
The bylaws and operating procedures (Lex) of the Roman Republic allows for the creation of regional chapters called provinces. The Declaration of the Roman Republic calls for offline community building. The provinces are to facilitate face-to-face meetings and the formation of Roman cultural communities. The Roman Republic is committed to living Roman culture, therefore, the development and leadership of the regional provinces are of great priority.
The provinces existing within the Roman Republic are listed here
. The legislation allowing the creation of the provinces can be viewed here
Provinces are to be administratively led by a governor. This governor holds the office of Procurator (alternatively known as Proconsul or Propraetor if the individual is a former Consul/Praetor). This individual is appointed by the Senate. They have the following primary responsibilities:
I. To increase the recruitment of new citizens within their province
II. To organize face-to-face meetings of citizens within their province
III. To build a sense of community online and offline within their province
IV. To develop and maintain a provincial website which can facilitate communication between citizens
V. To represent regional concerns to the Senate
VI. To appoint additional provincial administrators in accordance with the relevant lex.
Procurators serve a term which runs from June 1 to May 31. If successful in this office their term may be renewed for an additional year by the Senate. See this lex
for more information.To offer your name for consideration by the Senate please fill out the following application form located HERE.Note all applications will be kept confidential.