The state's intervention in the appointment of ministers of religion.
The state appoints all heads and other ministers of all religions.
|al-Khilāfah al-‘Tala'a (Thallerid Caliphate)|
|Jelbék H'ánknstat (Khanate of Jelbania)|
The state appoints the head and ministers of the state religion, but does not intervene otherwise.
|Republiek van Seridjan (Republic of Saridan)|
|Royaume de Kanjor|
|Vereinte Kaiserliche Kronländer von Hulsterreich und Gao-Soto / ホルソトラリア＝御國帝冠領 (United Imperial Crownlands of Hulstria and Gao-Soto)|
The state nominates ministers of religion, but the appointment is left up to the religious communities themselves.
|Republic of Cildania|
|Regnum di Klavia Okeanó (Kingdom of Klavia Okeano)|
|Wrnukaék Konzknstat (Vanuku)|
The state has the right to veto the appointment of any ministers of religion.
|Freies Reich von Narikaton und Darnussien|
The state does not intervene in the appointment of ministers of any religion whatsoever.
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