THE ROYAL HOUSE OF ALBANIA
HRH Prince Leka II
of the Albanians
THE ROYAL HOUSE OF GEORGIA
Nugzar Bagrationi-Gruzinski of Georgia
SALVATORE FERDINANDO ANTONIO CAPUTO
Salvatore Caputo was born in a noble family in 1942 when Italy was a kingdom ruled by the House of Savoy, kings of Italy since the Risorgimentoand previously rules of Savoy. But after 4 years, monarchy was abolished by popular referendum in June 2, 1946. Italy became a republic.
At the age of 15, he was brought up in Toronto, Canada where after he spends his life traveling to Brazil, Guatemala and Philippines as a prominent director of multinational Corporations. Since he became conscious of politics, there has not been a president who he felt was a satisfactory symbol of the countries visited, and who he could admire as a focus for non-partisan patriotism. This is essentially why he came to support monarchy…..although his enthusiasm for royalty dates from childhood.
Don Salvatore Ferdinando Antonio Caputo is a monarchist that believes that a hereditary Monarchy, with a Sovereign, non-corrupt one with religious values and culture and tradition, conducted with immense kindness and whose role was thrust upon him by accident of birth rather than by being a politician, is the most perfect form of government in a nation.
Contrary to a Republic's President the Sovereign will insure the continuity in a time schedule. He/she is always aware about important files and he/she acts to push these files up to their conclusion. That is not the case for a president. When his period will be ended, he will return to the everyday's life and another President will come with his idea and who knows how.
Mr. Caputo supports the present heads of exiled or non-reigning Houses as de jure sovereigns, this recognition being co-existent with the realization that the institution is more important than a particular claimant. A monarch through the vestiges of that misunderstood Divine right and because of his symbolic paternal role faces a higher responsibility than a state government.
The justification of the hereditary succession is not only in the upbringing of the future king, not only in the continuity of a line but in the fact that an hereditary ruler does not owe his position to any particular social or interest group, but rather to divine will alone. The formula "by the Grace of God" is a constant reminder to the sovereign that an accident of birth was responsible for his position and must prove his fitness by ceaseless efforts in the cause of justice.
The monarch is always there, a permanent symbol of the state and man's relationship to it. The modern monarch is often above the fray of partisan politics, an advocate for his nation's principles, if not its specific governmental policies. Today, a monarch may reign but not rule. The interest of monarchy is to serve, to serve the country, the people and not be served.
It is a misconception to imagine that the monarchy exists in the interests of the monarch. It doesn’t. It exists in the interests of the people. It is sometimes said that Country can never be a really modern state while it still has a monarchy. This of course ignores countries like United Kingdom, Japan, Spain, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, The Netherlands and many others all of which are modern constitutional monarchies in modern countries where majority of the people of those nations have absolutely no intention of removing their monarchy because of the benefits they recognize they derive from it.
On the subject of disputed successions in former monarchies and concerning non-reigning royals he undertakes “tolerant” attitude of neutrality though not impartiality, in certain cases, he has a candidate he considers the legitimate one.
He advocates of the establishment, preservation and restoration of a monarchy and stays neutral on the issue of juridical recognition of reigning and Sovereign Houses, which is of exclusive competence of their respective State Systems and desires exclusively to support their traditional humanitarian commitment at the service of international collaboration.
Caputo speaks and writes fluently Italian, English, Spanish, and Portuguese, read French.
His Company Caputo International Ltd was founded in September 1985,
Delegate for The Royal House of Georgia in Canada and Guatemala. Honored with the title of: Knight Grand Cross of Justice of The Royal Order of the Crown of the Georgian Kingdom - KGCJGK.
Academic Senator of Serenissima Accademia Degli Stemmi e Colleggio Araldico (Heraldic Institute), Italy.
Guards Of Honor to the Royal Tombs of Pantheon (“Istituto Nazionale per la Guardia d’Onore alle Reali Tombe del Pantheon” / Roma / IT), created by a royal decree at the time of the Italian monarchy.
Founder of Caputo Children´s Fund registered ONG in Guatemala.
While Salvatore Caputo is descended from an ancient lineage, he makes no claim to royal, princely or ducal titles against what might appear on some websites or blogs and makes no pretension or claim to be such.
You are welcome to contact us, make contributions and/or become a part of this significant cause.
Don Salvatore Ferdinando Antonio Caputo
Chev. Jean-Paul Gauthier de la Martinière
Mr. Gauthier, is an Expert-Advisor to the World Bank Group and former Sr. Manager at Deloitte Consulting, has over 20 years of experience, working in or with over 80 countries worldwide, in trade, investment, and institutional development. Over the course of his career, he has led teams in technical assistance projects for a number of international donor agencies, including the World Bank and its sister institutions the IFC and MIGA. Mr. Gauthier has designed and managed tens of millions of dollars in development assistance projects, including complex, multi-year, multi-phase projects, with staffs of dozens of members of personnel, and launched numerous projects and 5 field offices. He has 17 years of experience in recruiting, deploying, leading and managing implementation teams for the World Bank, Deloitte, Bearing Point, and others.
Attorney in good standing with the Bar of Quebec, Canada, he holds an MA in International Economics from John Hopkins University (SAIS), Ll.B. in Civil Law from Université de Montréal and Mc Gill University, as well as Certificates from such leading international institutions as the Yale School of Management (SOM). Mr. Gauthier is published and has spoken at numerous public events in his areas of expertise. He is native to near-fluent in English, French, Spanish & Russian, and has resided and worked long-term in Jordan, Morocco and in Russia.
Interested of historical, genealogical, nobiliary, chivalric and heraldic.
Armiger of the Commonwealth Realm of Canada
Knight (with Shell) of the Holy Sepulchre (EOHSJ -currently transferring from the US Mid-Atlantic Lieutenancy to the Lieutenancy of England & Wales), a recipient of the Holy Land Pilgrims’ Shell (Silver’ Franciscan Custody of the Holy Land/Holy See), a member of the SMOM Auxiliary (US Federal Association) as well as of the SMOM Brotherhood of Blessed Gerard.
Don Fernando Muñoz Altea Fernández y Bueno
In order to strengthen the cumulative experience and overall knowledge base of TICAN, a group of consultants has been gathered to assist the Advisory Council and provide feedback for relevant issues. These persons are recognized experts in their respective fields of study, or significant leaders in the respective regions in which they are active in the hereditary community.
Professor Noel Cox, is Professor of Law and Head of Department of Law and Criminology, at Aberystwyth University, United Kingdom, the oldest law school in Wales. His major field of research interest is aspects of the Crown, State, and sovereignty. His work has been published in the USA, the UK, Canada, Australia, the Netherlands, Japan, New Zealand, and elsewhere. He has presented conference papers in many countries, and been a visiting fellow at the University of Cambridge (Wolfson and St Edmund’s Colleges) and The Australian National University. He is a barrister.
Professor Cox was Chairman of The Monarchist League of New Zealand (now Monarchy New Zealand) 2000-2010 (Vice-Chairman 1996-2000, and a life fellow 2010), a Patron of the Australian Monarchist League, a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society, the Burgon Society, and the International Association of Amateur Heralds.
Contact Professor Cox (can provide legal advice where appropriate):
Professor Cox is an expert on monarchy and royalty. His particular areas of interest are the New Zealand and British monarchies. Special areas in which he has written include constitutional law, the law of succession, peerage and honours, heraldry and ceremonial.
Marc Skubich`s political views are republican and secular. However, most of his work is dedicated to the royal and religious governments of indigenous peoples. He tries to build a bridge that connects their ancient culture and the modern, secular and republican society they exist in. A bridge to walk on, to get into the modern age, to strive for progress and change while keep the traditions of their ancestors alive.
In the past, among his positions was: Sub-Division Chief West Germany of King Iguru I. of Bunyoro-Kitara, Uganda; representative in Germany of Hadji Dimasonsang E.G. Fernandez, traditional Sultan of Rajah Buayan (Northern area), Philippines; representative in Europe of Sultan Mohammad Al Mamun X. of Bulungan; adviser to Pengian Sitti Harna Hamad, Sultanah II. of Bulungan, Indonesia; adviser to Sawai Rajkumar Sahib Sri Hraday Shah Bundela, princely house of Ajaigarh, India.
Carmelo Curró Troiano
Carmelo Currò is one of the most appreciated Italian genealogists. His family trees are known and admired in Italy and abroad, are the result of careful, investigations in civil and ecclesiastical archives, and offer a true census of people born in a given family, known by the primogenitor, up to the customer. Hundredes and even thousands of names (as the case of the family Castaldo, Afragola, whose genealogy includes 1460 figures from the fifitheen century to the present), all located in their places, as in a huge mosaic, synoptically visible and all traceable to the first common ancestor of which can be found.
Fees will be determined depending on the extension of the genealogy research, art work as well as the complexity and size of the achievement to be certified. Language Spoken: Italian and English.
If you need geneaology service, please contact Carmelo directly:
H.H. Tengku Azman Bin Tengku Abdullah is a Malaysian businessman of Pahang Royalty, nephew to the current Sultan of Pahang. Was born and raised in Johor Baru, southern tip of peninsular Malaysia. Since childhood he was very interested in the ideals of kingdoms, monarchs, nobilities as well as politics.
After the years in secondary school, he continued his studies in Electrical Engineering at British Malaysia Institute. Upon completion of his studies he was employed as an engineer in one of Singapore's thriving manufacturing sector after the Asian economic crises in the late 90's. Few years after he found his passion in banking with several banks.
Started to actively involve in politics in 2008 by joining the UMNO youth wing, and held the position of committee member in one of the bureaus. Moved to the capital Kuala Lumpur in 2009 for business. Actively involved in the Pertubuhan Kebajikan Insan Bakti Malaysia a non government organisation (NGO) charity body.
Datuk Zamani bin Haji Sulaiman D.M.S.M, B.K.T
Ms. Junaidah binti Hussin
Mr. Mohd Noor Arshad
| (N0 picture)|| Mr Jaafar bin Rihan|
Cav. Andre Eugene Martinaglia. Twenty years in policing with the South African and South West African Police in Namibia, with the rank of Inspector (1966-1998) from 1990- 2009 Deputy Sheriff in Belville, Cape Town. In 1992 organized South Africa's entry and participation in the ''World Police and Fire Games'' in 1993 at Colorado Springs, U.S.A., and thereafter a string of other countries all over the world.
Involved with marketing the ''International Law Enforcement Games'' in 1995 in Dubai. Awarded ''National Certificate of Appreciation'', by the South African Police Commissioner in the same year. Awarded ''Knighthood'' by the Italian Government in 2007 for literature, with the title of ''Cavaliere''. Appointed Knight and Ambassador of the Royal Georgian Legion of Tblisi, Republic of Georgia in South Africa in 2010.
His grandfather Guglielmo Martinaglia arrived at Soth Africa from Piedmont, north of Italy in 1879. Since then his family has married into South African families. Grandfather discovered the internationally well known Sterkfontein Caves west of Johannesburg and north of the town of Krugersdorp in 1896, which is one of the ‘’Cradles of Mankind’’.
Andre is a historic writer and genealogist now by profession in conjunction with the Director of the ‘’Genealogy Institute of South Africa (GISA) in Stellenbosch, near Cape Town, namely Mr. Leon Endemann.
He wrote several articles dealing with the History of the Italians in South Africa.
Languages: English, Afrikaans and German (Some Italian).
REGIONAL DIRECTOR FOR BRAZIL
Baron João Pedro de Saboia Bandeira de Mello Filho is Member of the Federal Public Ministry since 1984 (Brazil’s Attorney General Office), when he was admitted after successfully passing an examination for the position of 2nd. Category Attorney General. He was promoted by merit to the 1st. Category in 1988, which position was changed into Regional Attorney General. He has performed such position until 2004, before the Honorable Federal Regional Court / 2nd. Region, when he was promoted to the position of Deputy Attorney General.
Currently he holds a seat at the 3rd. Class of the Honorable Superior Justice Court (STJ).
In addition to the ordinary assignments of his career, he has held the position of Head Attorney General of the 2nd. Region Regional Attorney General’s Office. Previously he has held the positions of Deputy Head Attorney General, Criminal Coordinator, In charge for the Human Rights Sector, and the commissioned position of Regional Secretary of said Regional Attorney General’s Office.
TICAN Web site in Brazil: http://www.tican.com.br