Republic of Kirkland
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| Republic of Kirkland |
"Freedom and Justice"
|Near Independence, Missouri, United States |
|Capital city||Drakon (de jure) |
Henderson House (de facto)
|Largest city||Henderson House|
|- President||Thomas Henderson|
|- Speaker of the Grand Assembly||Luke Schmitt|
|- Type||- Unicameral|
|Established||February 16th, 2011 (Traditional) |
March 23rd, 2012 (Presidential Republic)
|National animal||Golden Eagle|
The Republic of Kirkland is a territorial micronation surrounded by the United States.
The government of the Republic of Kirkland functions as a constitutional presidential republic. The government is constrained by the Constitution of the Republic of Kirkland. The government is separated into three distinct branches: the executive, the legislature, and the judiciary.
The executive branch is responsible for the enforcement of the laws passed by the Grand Assembly. The executive branch is composed of the President, Vice-President, the Cabinet, and all subordinate government agencies.
The President is the official head of state and head of government of the Republic of Kirkland.
The Cabinet is the body of advisers to the President. The Cabinet is composed of the heads of the various governmental departments.
The legislative branch is composed of the Grand Assembly. The Grand Assembly is the unicameral legislature of the Republic of Kirkland. All legislation is crafted and passed by the Grand Assembly. The Grand Assembly is headed by the Speaker of the Grand Assembly.
The judicial branch is composed of the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court is charged with hearing cases involving constitutional issues as well as some criminal issues. There is also a system of lower courts that feed into the Supreme Court.