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Imperial Diet (New Europe)
|Imperial Diet |
Harold Washington Library (Historical)
The Imperial Diet (German: Reichstag) was the lower house of the Imperial Assembly, New Europe's legislative branch. It had 11 members, elected indirectly on block lists by proportional representation. Deputies served six-month terms. The President of the Imperial Diet was the analogue to a Speaker and presided over debates in New Europe's lower chamber of parliament.
|Name||Party||Beginning of term||End of term||Length of term|
|1||Catherine Willoughby||Conservative Party||20 January 2009||29 August 2009||7 months, 1 week and 2 days|
|2||Vaughn Bullock||Fascist Party||29 August 2009||19 January 2010||4 months and 3 weeks|
|-||post vacant||24 January 2010||1 August 2010||6 months, 1 week and 1 day|
|3||Alexander Huber||Nationalist Party||10 June 2011||31 December 2011||6 months, 2 weeks and 6 days|
|4||Eric Perez||Socialist Party||1 January 2012||6 March 2013||1 year, 2 months and 5 days|
- approving the resolution of the issue of confidence in the national government;
- proclamation of amnesty;
- advancing charges against the Imperial Chancellor for their impeachment;
- declaration of peace or war
All bills were first approved by the Imperial Diet and were further debated and approved (or rejected) by the Imperial Council within five days.
|Foundation||Constitution • Federalism • Ethnic nationalism • Monarchism|
|State Organs||Monarchy • Imperial Government • Chancellor • Cabinet • Reichstag • State Governments (Illinois • Falia • Connecticut • South Carolina • Ohio)|
|Political parties||Freedom Party of New Europe • Liberty Party|
|Government Policy||Foreign • Social • Military|
|Other Topics||Soldier First Class Productions • Amero • New Europe's attitude towards White Supremacism • Flags and Symbols of New Europe|