Politics of Kaleido

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Politics of Kaleido takes place in the framework of a semi-presidential representative democracy republic, whereby the Governor General is the head of state, and of a multi-party system. Executive power is exercised by the government. Legislative power is vested in both the government and the National Assembly. The Judiciary is independent of the executive and the legislature and comprises of Supreme Court. Since 2013, the constitution has undergone nine major revisions, each signifying a new republic. The current Eleventh Republic began with the last major constitutional revision in January 2014.

Central government

The head of state is the Governor General, who is directly elected by the people for a five-month term which is renewable. The Governor General enjoys considerable executive powers.

The Governor General appoints the members of the Cabinet.

Legislative branch

The National Assembly (Kapulungang Pambansa ng Kaleido) consist of all citizens of the Republic of Kaleido as deputies.

Judicial branch

The Kaleido judiciary is independent of the other two branches. The highest and sole judiciary body is the Supreme Court, whose justices are appointed by the president. In addition, it also oversees questions of constitutionality.

Political parties and elections

Kaleido elects on national level a head of state – the Governor General. The Governor General is elected for a five-month term by the people.

The main political party in Kaleido are the Liberal Democratic Party led by its Chairman, Luis Hayate Palay. The opposition party is Kaleido People's Action Party led by their General Secretary Kit Siapno.