Supreme Soviet of Sunda Raya
|Supreme Workers Council of Sunda Raya|
Emblem of the Supreme Workers Council
|Established||March 2, 2014|
|Country||The Democratic Republic of Sunda Raya|
|Type||People's Direct Democracy Assembly|
|Preceded by||Revolutionary Council of Sunda Raya|
|Leader||Collective Leadership of the Presidium|
|Headquarters||Komune Bandung Raya, Sunda Raya|
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The Supreme Workers Council of Sunda Raya, officially known as Dewan Rakyat Tertinggi Republik Demokratik Sunda Raya, was the highest legislative, executive, and judicial body in the Democratic Republic of Sunda Raya and the only one with the power to pass constitutional amendments. It elected the Presidium, formed the Collective Leadership, state agencies, commitees, and commissions. It also inaugurated the chairman of the presidium as the head of state.
Previously, the Council was known as The Supreme Soviet of Sunda Raya prior to the second amendments of Sundaner Constitution.
The council was established on March 2, 2014 as a successor of the Revolutionary Council of Sunda Raya. The Council had decided its formation on February 28 alongside with the formation of the five federal entities of Sunda raya.
After the constitutional amendments in early 2016, the Supreme Soviet was renamed to the Supreme Workers Council of Sunda Raya as part of the Central Workers Government, and gained both highest executive and judicial power of the Democratic Republic. However, many of its role in domestic and regional affairs are given to the federal entities.
The Supreme Workers Council of Sunda Raya consisted of one chamber, which is same with its lower level - the Communal and Regional Workers Council.
The Supreme workers council had 8 subordinate commitees, and 2 councils, which were:
- Commitee of Internal Affairs
- Commitee of National Defence
- Commitee of Law and Judicial Affairs
- Commitee of Citizen Welfare
- Commitee of Research and Development
- Commitee of Planned Economy and Transitional Programme
- Commitee of Foreign Affairs
- Commitee of Public Health
- Supervision Commitee for Transparency and Accountability
- Council of Nationalities
Council direct democracy was applied consequently in Sunda Raya. Every citizen of Sunda Raya have the same right to attend and be involved in every congress of the Supreme Soviet. Moreover, Every citizen of Sunda Raya enjoy a high degree of political rights, such as: right to vote, right to be elected, right to propose directly to Supreme Soviet, etc. The citizen of Sunda Raya may propose directly to the communal, regional, or the Supreme Soviet.
Supreme Workers Council of Sunda Raya acted as a highest legislative, executive, and judicial bodies. The Supreme Workers Council only enacted a resolution or decree that is in national scope, while the lower communal and regional workers council enacted decrees that affects lower scope which is the level of communes or the federal entities. Therefore, The Supreme Workers Council acted as the unifier of the communes.
The prominent foreign policy proposers are the Presidium of the Supreme Workers Council and the Commitee of Foreign Relations. The Constitution gave the Supreme Workers Council power to oversee foreign policy and some input in policy formulation.