I'm just trying to understand. During the Constitutional Convention, we removed Deputy Ministers from having a role on the Royal Council, due to inflating the number of moving parts in time-sensitive votes. Is this no longer to be the case? Or is the role of Kapellmeister actually a Council Level Position on the Royal Council. I'm just trying to understand so I know which way the edits need to go.
An excellent point... I am of your point of view that he need not attend council meetings or be involved in other governmental discussions. So, you are correct that he should not have a seat on the Royal Council. However, as a "department head" under the Ministry of Culture, he still holds the deputy position in order of precedence.