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Government of the Timonocite Empire

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The Government of the Timonocite Empire is a constitutional monarchy.

Executive

Being a constitutional monarchy, the semi-leader is the Prime Minister Daniel McGrath, who was most likely appointed by the Great Emperor Eshaan I. However, due to being only a semi-democracy, the emperor is able to force laws without parliament. Prime ministers can serve terms between 4 weeks and 12 years at a time. The minimum age for holding the title is 8 years.

Head of State

The official title of the head of state is Great Emperor, more commonly referred to as just Emperor. The current Emperor is Eshaan I of the house of Patel. The Emperor is the head of the capital, Sarasæữbad, and can also be part of a political party. There are also lesser forms of heads of states in the duchies, but it is unknown the role of them.

Ministerial Council


Departments/Ministries/Offices


Legislature

As of August 2020, the legislature is a "work in progress". In terms of political party strength, the Timonocitian Republican Party(Ticit Saaro Mi) is the strongest, with known control of the imperial throne held by Republican Eshaan I.

Judiciary

Law is maintained under the TEPAJA.

Branches of government

The government has five branches (Imperial, Judicial, Parlimentary, Military).

Imperial Branch

This, which is the most powerful branch, is lead by the Emperor. It also includes others in the royal families of the emperor, dukes, and duchesses.

Judicial Branch

Second-most powerful, lead by Shreekrishna Vasant Avhad, the Judicial Branch runs TEPAJA and multiple government agencies.

Parliamentary Branch

Estimated composition of the parliamentary branch.
  Republican: 2 seats
  Unknown: 10 seats
  Democratic: 1 seat

As the branch with the third-most power, lead by Daniel McGrath, this branch decides laws, even without consent of the Imperial Branch. However, the emperor can also make laws without consent of the parliamentary branch, but a law by the parliamentary branch states that these laws may not be very complicated; they must be broad and general. All members of the royal families have one seat in parliament, unless they are under 8. (with the exception of Deven Patel)

Military Branch

The military, led by Adityan Ragudaran, is also considered a branch of government, despite the opposite being true in most other sovergein states.

See also

Politics of the Timonocite Empire

References