I hate the Communist Party chapter 112
Chapter 44—First Directive, First Meeting (1)
The new year was bright. Just as the date recorded on the calendar and the document becomes 1895 plus 1 from 1894, we moved forward, leaving 1894 behind.
It wasn’t just 1894 that we sent back. Because my father, Alexander III, also left.
After the funeral, my mother offered to leave St. Petersburg or the Crimea and stay in Moscow.
Lavidia, who spent the last few years with her father or the capital, said that it is because the figure of her father is so deeply embedded in each building and landscape that just staying here makes it sad.
As my mother’s age is also her age, I wanted to have her there, but I couldn’t help it because she stubbornly refused.
When my mother also left for Moscow, I could feel that I was standing alone.
“Your Majesty, it’s time to go to the conference room.”
“Okay, I’ll be there soon.”
I hadn’t even had a coronation yet, but the title that everyone called me was abolished.
Just as a year had passed and I was used to writing the year of the previous year inadvertently, it took more time to get used to the title of Majesty.
And today was the day that the first official ministerial meeting was held after I became the Tsar.
On my way to the meeting place after leaving the office, I recalled a conversation with the ambassadors I had met during the funeral.
Most of the conversations exchanged with the place-specific characteristics of the funeral due to my father’s death and the status quo I am now a tsar are expressing mourning and appreciation rather than business, but not in some countries.
If not, Britain and Germany were selected.
The Au-Hung Empire also asked a question of whether we are behind the nationalist movement that is taking place in its increasingly intensifying territory, but a country that has failed to integrate the language spoken within the seemingly smoldering army It wasn’t that important.
In the case of the UK, in exchange for acknowledging what happened in Korea last year, we were asked to transfer the rights to Incheon and Busan, which was promised, and we are all suffering from populism. I was saying, how would it be if we were conspiring.
Well, in most cases, it will be time for our agents Ohrana to lecture the British police on how they beat the populists.
In the case of Germany, it was a light warning message that, at the same time as expressing regret for our alliance with France, it would not be very interesting if it continued to come out this way.
At one time, I thought about joining hands with Germany instead of France or England.
A wind of pan-Germanism was blowing, and it was hard for the monarch to benefit from Wilhelm II and above.
It is said that the country has become sophisticated and complex enough that one person cannot easily ruin everything through the industrial era, but in this era when the government is alive, the monarch is Wilhelm II.
Wouldn’t I know if the monarch’s ability was determined by a nice mustache? As I knew his steps, I was reluctant to hold hands.
In the case of France, as it was an ally, he did not say much, but expressed a sign of wanting to negotiate a little more about the rewards promised in the past.
As far as France is the enemy of Germany, it was our side that had the upper hand in relations with France.
The other countries that were impressed were Japan and Joseon, but in the case of Japan, it seemed that I, who led the Kyoto Convention, chose to lie flat after being imprisoned to the Tsar.
Because every word spoken by an ambassador on behalf of Japan, I felt sorrow as if my parents had died.
In the case of Joseon, Min Yeong-hwan, who was no other than an envoy, seemed to feel guilty for passing his relatives into his own hands.
I seemed to know why he did that.
In the original history, since the Eulsa Treaty was forcibly signed, Min Young-hwan, who chose to self-determination to protest against it, would have thought that this option is the only way to maintain the country of Joseon.
I could see that his idea was correct.
This is because I had no intention of putting down the signboard of the country called Joseon.
However, the related matters were not going to be examined by myself for the time being, but the chief of staff, General Kutuzov, and Choi Jae-hyung were going to be in charge as planned.
Was this thought too long? I could see that I had arrived at the conference room.
I tried to reduce the habit of thinking while walking, but it seemed that this habit could not be fixed.
“sire? Can I open the door?”
Instead of standing in front of the door and ordering me to open, I was just staring at the door, and the guard standing next to him asked in a cautious tone.
Yes, if I go through this door, I’m sure I’ll be the tsar now.
It was a door that passed a few dozen, no, hundreds of times, but I couldn’t help but feel new.
Later, I breathed deeply and gave my first order as a tsar.
“Yes, open the door.”
* * *
Today’s ministerial meeting was a special meeting for everyone who gathered here.
The content to be discussed was not very different from before.
What made this meeting different from before was the situation, not the subject or content.
This is the first meeting held since the New Year, and although the coronation was not held yet, it was the first meeting in which Nikolai, who was newly enthroned after the prerogative, presided over as a tsar.
That’s why, even though they knew that there would be relentless reprimands when the materials or presentations prepared for the meeting were not sufficient, rumors were circulating that they prepared harder than before.
It was said that the staff of the department making the presentation materials, including the assistants of each minister, had been carried out due to some overwork.
I don’t know if it was because of this tension, but the conference room was quiet, where there would have been light chatter before Nikolai came.
The prince, no, the Tsar’s favourite, even the always confident non-theme, was swallowing dry saliva.
Before long, the tsar opened the door and sat down on the throne, which had been vacated to this day, rather than the seat he had been sitting on. The conference room was quiet enough to hear ants crawling.
“Okay, then let’s start the meeting.”
Nikolai, who had been using honorific words to ministers so far, marked the beginning of a new era in a different tone than before.
At the same time, the eyes of each minister began to shine.
A total swordless war has begun to get a little more of a limited budget and attract the attention of the new emperor.
The first topic that came out was also related to the coronation.
Usually, the coronation ceremony took place after a short, one to one and a half year period after the former emperor’s funeral ended, but the Interior Minister confidently said that this period could be reduced to half a year.
There was no doubt about Nikolai’s legitimacy, but the significance of the event was so great that the interior minister thought that the new emperor would want to open the coronation as soon as possible. That’s why it came out, but Nikolai was a bitter reaction.
“I said that it was half a year. So, does that mean that within that period, depending on the cost and customs required for the coronation ceremony, all items, including bread and candy, to be distributed to the people can be prepared?”
“Yes, Your Majesty. Fortunately, it is possible if your Majesty can only reduce the budgets he has secured through various treaties since the days of the Crown Prince and the budget consumed by reforms.”
“Then you’re not very reluctant. Would it be necessary to cut the budget for reform for the coronation? It doesn’t seem like a good thing to postpone urgent things behind the scenes because of an event that doesn’t require a rush. In addition, on the day the coronation is held, the people who are coming will have to avoid being crushed or crushed by the crowds by mistake.
It was the Interior Minister who was confused when the Tsar, the protagonist and party of the coronation, expressed negative opinions.
It was because he knew that Nikolai would openly express his wishes, even if he was not happy.
While the interior secretary was embarrassed, Nikolai posed a question to Vitte, who served as finance minister.
“How long would it take, in the opinion of the Finance Minister, if we were to try to do the coronation without disruption to what we are doing and what to do in the future?”
“I think it will take about a year and a half. Of course, we do not degrade the finances your Majesty has secured, but it is because a huge amount of tax revenue is still needed to proceed with the reform work. I don’t think there is a need to rush the coronation as no one can raise doubts about your Majesty’s ascension of power.”
“Good. If so, consult with the Minister of Interior to schedule the coronation in a way that doesn’t strain your finances. And when the coronation ceremony is held, a large crowd will come in, but you will have to prepare thoroughly so that a safety accident does not occur. I only want the newspaper on the day of the coronation to show the event-related content, I don’t want any other incidents to happen.”
Knowing that over 1,000 people were crushed on the day of the coronation of Nikolai II in the original history, he had no choice but to pay attention to preventing this from happening.
“I will prepare like that.”
“Okay, so is this all that the Interior Minister has prepared?”
Nikolai’s question followed, and he spoke urgently.
“No, Your Majesty. In addition to this, the contents I will report today are related to the work of the water pipe that your Majesty previously spoke about when he was the prince. The city water pipe construction project, led by Vladimir Shkov, formerly a member of Branovel, is showing very successful results. To date, only one new city has been built in Karkov, but reports have shown that the incidence of water-borne diseases such as cholera has decreased significantly since the work was completed.”
“How much do you mean significantly reduced?”
“It’s been only a year since it’s been completed, so it’s difficult to tell you the statistically accurate figures, but I think I can tell you that it has decreased by more than 80%.”
Perhaps thanks to the desperate explanation of the Interior Minister, a satisfactory expression began to appear on the tsar’s face, where his dissatisfied feelings were revealed.
“Very good. If so, let me report on the resources and time needed to expand this work to all cities. Now, shouldn’t we make sure that every cycle the streets are not filled with excrement and corpses from the sick with cholera? Related matters must also be discussed with the finance minister.”
Sweat spilled over Bite’s face, who had been increasing his work even before he had even reported, but Nikolai decided to pretend he hadn’t seen it.
And it was unfortunate for him, but the report on what he’s going to do more today is not yet finished.
Emmanuel Nobel, the chairman of the Labor Reform Commission, who was newly treated as a minister, was also waiting for his turn.
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