Chapter 115, Prepare for a Rainy Day

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The Holy Roman Empire was reestablished, and there was a mess of things to deal with. The restructuring of government administrative organizations, as well as the distribution of rights and obligations between the state governments and the Central Government, all required Franz's personal involvement.

The restructuring of government administrative organizations essentially transformed the Austrian Central Government into the Central Government of the New Holy Roman Empire, which had direct jurisdiction over the Austrian Empire and the Kingdom of Bavaria.

Taking into consideration the issue of domestic stability, Franz exercised considerable restraint in the allocation of power. Aside from taking command of the military and foreign diplomatic rights, he refrained from seizing any other powers.