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Government of the Pineland Commonwealth

The government of the Pineland Commonwealth was the governing collective body of the country. It did not strictly differentiate between the classic 3 divisions of power executive, judicial and legislative.

Structure

The highest office of the state and the government was the Democratic Federal Assembly.

A central committee governed the country when the Assembly is not in session. The Central Committee of the Commonwealth was composed of departments which handle the day-to-day affairs of the country. The Committee Departments act as ministries and were elected directly by the Democratic Federal Assembly.

Government

Committee Departments Advisory Councils/other offices
Agriculture, Forestry and Health Reforestation
Healthcare
Land Reform
Domestic Affairs none
Labor Central Economic Planning
Gender and Sexuality Women's Rights
LGBT+ Rights
Economy none
Foreign Affairs none
Justice none
Science, Education and Communication none
Transportation Railways
Aviation
Maritime
Security none