Head of StateEdit
The Chancellor is the head of state and only is a ceremonial figurehead who has no governmental powers other then some reserve powers:
- Can declare war/place embargoes/place sanctions on another country (but cannot control the military)
- Is in charge of finance
The Chancellor is also head of international relations and representation in any alliance or union including the United Nations. The reserve powers cannot be repealed or mandated by the government other then if the reason for declaring war is not valid according to the Supreme Court the country will not go to war. The only person who can do the reserve powers is the current Chancellor other then the Cabinet can declare war if it is unanimous. The Chancellor appoints two heirs to the throne that must be directly related to the Chancellor. Then a national vote decides between the two of the heirs when the Chancellor either dies, abdicates or if deemed incompetent to rule.
The President is elected by the people through universal suffrage. The President is the head of government and appoints the Secretary of Homeland Security, Secretary of Home Affairs and the Secretary of Defense. The prime Secretary is the head of the Cabinet. The President cannot veto legislation.
Secretary of Homeland SecurityEdit
The Secretary of Homeland Security is the head of the Central Intelligence Agency and is the Chief of the Secret Service for the whole country. The Secretary sits on the Cabinet and is appointed by the President.
Secretary of Home AffairsEdit
The Secretary of Home Affairs is in charge of all things within the country other then, Security and policing. The Secretary of Home Affairs sits on the Cabinet and is second to the Cabinet. In the event of a tie in the Cabinet the Secretary of Home Affairs decides.
Secretary of DefenseEdit
The Secretary of Defense sits on the Cabinet and is appointed by the President and is in charge of the military and is head of war. The Secretary is the official military adviser to the Chancellor and President and is the supreme commander in chief of the military but he may not declare war because that is a reserve power of the Chancellor .
The parliament votes on everything other then the reserve powers of the Chancellor . The legislature is bicameral and there are split powers between the two houses. The upper house, the Cabinet, is head of military affairs and the lower house, the House of Commons, is a check and balance to the other branches.
The Cabinet is the Upper House of the Legislative Branch. It makes up of all the secretaries: Secretary of Defense, Secretary of Homeland Security, Secretary of Home Affairs and the President. The Cabinet is in charge of military affairs and tax laws. The Cabinet is the bridge between the executive and legislative branch.
House of CommonsEdit
The house of commons votes on everything the government decides other then military affairs. There are 60 districts that each send 3 delegates to the house of commons through elections. The house of commons does not vote in elections as delegates.
The Supreme Court is the highest court in the court system of the country. There are 11 members in the supreme court. The Supreme Court is the only court that has no jury and is the only body that can veto the Chancellor. The Supreme Court members are elected by the people.
Military and PoliceEdit
The only two bodies that can declare war are the Cabinet if there is a 3 to 4 majority and the Chancellor. If War is declared then the Secretary of Defense must deploy soldiers unless the financial state of the country is decided to bad for war. The declaration of war must have a written reason. After a declaration of war the Secretary of Defense must deploy. Deployment of soldiers may also happen if a national emergency is called or a fellow ally needs help in an emergency.
The Secret Service is both a police force and is in charge of protecting the government and can arrest anyone if they are suspected of planning terrorist attacks or any form of attacks against the government. The Secret Service is headed by the Secretary of Homeland Security.
The Police is the normal law enforcement used every day. The police is headed by the Secretary of Homeland Security and all officers need warrants to make an arrest. The CIA and Secret Service outrank the police but not the Chief of Police, the Secretary of Secretary of Homeland Security .
All people no matter their gender, race, language, or religion have all the human rights listed by the United Nations. Also, all people have the right to possess guns if they have a gun license. If a handling license is given to them by the police, they may shoot it at others. All citizens, including the Chancellor and government officials, can vote in national elections. You may vote for yourself and you have the right to not vote. Also you have the right to write in a candidate in the polls. The government cannot take this right away from any person unless the citizenship is revoked. All people have the right to be married by either a judge, priest or anyone who has a license to do so. All people have a right to divorce as well if it is made official by a judge.
There is universal health care that is provided by the state. The universal health care pays for only medical and treatments you cannot pay for according to your tax area. The health care does not include routine checkups or appointments.
The term of all officials other than the Chancellor is for four years. When the term is done the person cannot run for another election consecutively but there is no limit to terms. All elected and appointed officials leave office in four years.
Written by Riley Small
Corrected by Liam Barnard
Note:This is also the Example Constitution