Curator Pacis was the official title of the Head of State in Kirlawa. It was in place from November 2247 to April 2337. It was introduced after Brian Hartridge, a LPP politician introduced it to the house.
The position started out as an un-elected position. Kawaii Meomi became the first Curator Pacis after the CK ruled the position was, like President before it, a position held by CandyKids party politicians. As such, the President became Curator Pacis.
The position was changed to elected by cross-party support after the KPF-sponsored Republican Nation Bill was passed in December 2250. Meomi remained Curator Pacis until the 2251 elections when Edward Clark of the LPP won a landslide victory.
The position was abolished in 2337. Its abolition followed the seizure of power of second-last Curator Pacis Peter Lucas in a military coup in 2333, a position he held until he reliquished it for a range of more fascist titles. Tristan Angelis took up the title as a powerless position prior to full Free Union of Kirlawa establishment but the title came to an end in 2337.
|.||Name||Party||Term||Terms in office|
|Edward Clark||Liberal Progressive Party||2251-2263||5|
|Danivon Luze||Kirlawan Popular Front||2266-2270||1|
|William Wilhelm||Democratic Party of Kirlawa||2270-2271||1|
|William Wilhelm||Democratic Party of Kirlawa||2275-2280||2|
|Filliam H. Muffman||Kirlawan Communist Party||2280-2282||1|
|William Wilhelm||Democratic Party of Kirlawa||2282-2287||3|
|Mark Kire||Liberal Progressive Party||2287-2290||1|
|Zasper Ertigon||Kirlawan Popular Front||2290-2293||1|
|Mark Kire||Liberal Progressive Party||2293-2295||3|
|Mark Kire||Liberal Progressive Party||2298-2314||8|
|Aris Luze||Kirlawan Popular Front||2314-2315||1|
|Brian Cullen||Liberal Progressive Party||2315-2319||2|
|Anna Magdalan||Socialist People's Party of Kirlawa||2319-2324||2|
|Peter Lucas||Kirlawa Far Right National Fascist Front||2333-2336||1|
- The position is considered by most historians as a continuation of the President position.
- The name is Latin for Guardian of Peace.
- There were thirteen different Curator Pacises from eight different parties.
- Two Curators were voted in in three non-consecutive periods (William Wilhelm and Mark Kire) and two in two periods (Kawaii Meomi and Tristan Angelis).