The point is that Moscow had one
No, it did not. It did receive a Tomos for its elevation to Patriarchate-the same package deal as how Kiev and the rest of Ukraine were translated back to Constantinople.
but as to your latter points, Constantinople has far more than that. It has the thorough Acts of the 4th-7th Councils.
Moscow as that as precedent: the PoM is doing no more than the EP did when he had to regard the Pope of Old Rome as ‘his head and the first one.’
Bulgaria restored its Patriarchate without one
That is what I said, Father.
but only because it had an initial one, namely the Tomos granted at the council of Lampsakos.
No, three centuries earlier, 919-927.
Alexandria was well within its canonical rights regarding vacated episcopates after 30 years.
Not according to the former Phanar spokeman, the present Met. of Bursa.
Georgia was approved by Constantinople in Constantinople.
Over 15 centuries later. The Georgians didn't hold their breath, and when Constantinople's approval came, the Catholicos made sure it was acknowledgment, not a grant, of autocephaly.
So what are you going on about?
"Ecumenical Patriarch" isn't Greek for "Supreme Pontiff."