Great Intermediary (Roman: Megas Mezason) is the current title of the head of government of the Roman Empire. As head of government, the Great Intermediary coordinates the action of ministers, representing the Imperial Government from the other bodies of state and keeps the Emperor informed.
There is no limit to the number of terms as Great Intermediary. The holder of this position is not elected, but appointed by the Emperor himself, and can be dismissed at the Emperor's will. Despite being the head of government, the powers of the Great Intermediary also belong to the Emperor without restriction, turning this position into a method of keeping the bureaucratic officials in line by using another as a proxy.
- Loukas Kamateros (1990s)