Difference between revisions of "Danubine Parliament"

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*Media Secretary                      -Mathew Mayor
 
*Media Secretary                      -Mathew Mayor
 
*Secretary of Development            -Jalen Tristiy
 
*Secretary of Development            -Jalen Tristiy
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==Constitutions Power==
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*Parliamentary Power The parliament shall be elected via local election.
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*The parliament shall draft laws. Parliament can override Presidential vetoes, declare war with consent of The King.
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*An MP serves a term of 1 year and can serve an infinite number of terms.
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*Parliament may amend the constitution with a ⅔ majority and consent of The King. The Leader of the majority party is also the Governor of Commonwealths

Revision as of 13:30, 4 November 2017

Danubine Parlement
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Type
TypeUnicameral Governing body
Leadership
Prime MinisterJohn Otto
since June 6 2016
Structure
Members11
Election
Last electionNovember 8, 2016
Meeting place
Skype room(De Facto)/ New Vienna (De Jure)
Website
None


Current Makeup

The current government has been appointed to carry the nation until the election.

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  • Yellow- Capitalist League (Majority with Prime minister)
  • Red- Commission of Moderates and Concerned Citizens
  • Blue- Christian Democratic Union

Current Cabinet

  • Secretary of War and Defense -Mathew Smith
  • Secretary Immigration and Population -Mathew Smith
  • Foregen Minister -Mathew Smith
  • Media Secretary -Mathew Mayor
  • Secretary of Development -Jalen Tristiy

Constitutions Power

  • Parliamentary Power The parliament shall be elected via local election.
  • The parliament shall draft laws. Parliament can override Presidential vetoes, declare war with consent of The King.
  • An MP serves a term of 1 year and can serve an infinite number of terms.
  • Parliament may amend the constitution with a ⅔ majority and consent of The King. The Leader of the majority party is also the Governor of Commonwealths