Senate of the Shorewellese Empire
The Senate consists of a small group of advisers appointed by the Monarch to assist in drafting laws. Senators discuss and vote with the monarch on important matters and guide the monarch to make appropriate decisions. The Senate serves as a House in the General Assembly and votes directly on its matters. The Senate's main leading figure is the Speaker of the Senate—who, like the other members of the Senate, is also appointed by the Monarch.