President of the Republic of Kaleido

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President of the Republic of Kaleido
Pangulo ng Haring Bayang Kaleido
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Presidential Standard
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His Excellency
Luis Hayate Palay
October 27, 2013- February 16, 2014

Formation February 23, 2013 (Official)

Term length Five months
renewable

Appointed by Direct Popular Vote

Inaugural holder Luis Palay
23 February 2013
Abolished 16 February 2014

The President of the Republic of Kaleido (Tagalog: Pangulo ng Haring Bayang Kaleido) is, according to the Act of Constitution of Kaleido [1], the chief executive of the government, and the head of state of the Republic of Kaleido (Kaleido). The Constitution provide for election of the president by direct, secret ballot, ending the indirect presidential elections conducted by the preceding government. The President is directly elected to a five-month term with re-election. If a presidential vacancy should occur, a successor must be elected within ten days, during which time presidential duties are to be performed by the Prime Minister or other senior cabinet members in the order of priority as determined by law. While in office, the chief executive lives in N210 (the "Room N210"), and is exempt from criminal liability (except for insurrection or treason).

On 27 October 2013, Luis Hayate Palay became the fifth-term president. The post was abolished by the 2014 Constitution and replaced by the Governor General

Powers and duties of the president

Chapter 3, Section 2 of the Act of Constitution of Kaleido states the duties and the powers of the President.

the president is given the powers:

  • fullness of legislative, executive and judicial powers
  • as the leader of the executive branch of government
  • to declare war
  • to hold referenda regarding issues of national importance
  • to issue executive orders
  • to issue medals in honor of service for the nation
  • to issue pardons
  • to declare a state of emergency suspending all laws or enacting a state of martial law

The president may refer important policy matters to a national referendum, declare war, conclude peace and other treaties, appoint senior public officials, and grant amnesty. In times of serious internal or external turmoil or threat, or economic or financial crises, the president may assume emergency powers "for the maintenance of national security or public peace and order."

Latest election

List of Presidents of the Republic of Kaleido

Term Photo Name Home state Term began Term ended Political Party
1. Suzagu.jpg Luis Palay Sora Naegino 23 February 2013 2 June 2013 Democratic Conservative Party
2. Suzagu4.jpg Mark Pacis Pacis Province 2 June 2013 17 June 2013 Nacionalista Party
3. Suzagu.jpg Luis Palay Sora Naegino 17 June 2013 17 July 2013 Democratic Conservative Party
4. Suzagu5.jpg Chaeryle Salido Sora Naegino 17 July 2013 15 September 2013 Democratic Conservative Party
5.(1st) Suzagu5.jpg Chaeryle Salido Sora Naegino 15 September 2013 27 October 2013 Democratic Conservative Party
5.(2nd) Suzagu.jpg Luis Hayate Palay Sora Naegino 27 October 2013 16 February 2014 Democratic Conservative Party