United Territories

United-Territories
Organization of the Government
King/Queen
Job
Figurehead
Ambassador
Power check on Parliament
Legislator
Addresses the populace
Power
May veto legislation
May declare war (with
Parliament approval)
Signs international documents
(with Parliament approval)
May appoint others to
manage nonlegislative and
nonjudiciary duties
May recognize citizens as Honorary
Steward
Job
Represents King during absence
Head of national security
Military leader
Power
May cosign relevant documents
May veto relevant legislation
Ministers
Minister of Internal Affairs
Manages governmental finance
Organizes meetings, public
gatherings, etc.
Comanages immigration
Manages citizenship
Minister of Foreign Affairs
Ambassador
Comanages immigration
Minister of Education
Manages national
education programs
Oversees educational
faculty and system
Minister of Propaganda
Creates government media
Distributes government media
Minister of National History
Records and archives the
historical events and happenings
of the UT
Manages the preservation of
historical artifacts, documents, etc.
Parliament
Organization
Board of National Electees
Elected by the entire
population of the UT
45 percent of Parliament
members
Board of Territorial Electees
Elected by their territorial
population
45 percent of Parliament
members
Board of Royal Appointment
Appointed by the King/Queen
10 percent of Parliament
members
Power
Creates legislation
May evict King/Queen from
office with 85 percent vote
Numerous Advisers
Provide the King/Queen, Steward, and
Ministers with information and
professional advice on request
Monitor national and
international happenings
Rights of the Citizen
Introduction/Preamble
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