Factbook: Government & Culture in Lusitania

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Factbook: Government & Culture in Lusitania

Post  Lusitania on Mon Nov 17, 2008 7:02 pm

Table of Contents:
[1]Government of the United Kingdom
[2]Religion in the United Kingdom
[3]Culture in the United Kingdom
[4]History of the United Kingdom
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Government of the United Kingdom

Post  Lusitania on Tue Nov 18, 2008 7:25 am

The United Kingdom is led by King Estevao III, whose coronation was April 3rd, 1927. The monarch is the head of state of all nations within the United Kingdom, and the head of the Imperial Congress, the legislative body in Lusitania. He has veto power over all bills that the Imperial Congress passes, unless overruled by an absolute majority including the designated heir of the United Kingdom (The Prince of Brasil).

The Imperial Congress is divided into two sections: The Upper House, and the People's House.

The Upper House is representative of the individual governments within the Kingdom, specifically its leaders. There are always nine members of the Upper House, divided as follows: Four members from Lusitania, Two members from Brasil, One member from Uruguai, One member from Paraguai, and One member from Plata. Members to the upper house are appointed by the Head of Government from their respective territories. The King of Lusitania appoints the delegates from Lusitania, the Prince of Lusitania and Brasil appoints the delegates from Brasil, and the Viceroyals appoint the delegates from their respective counties. All bills passed by the People's House require approval from the Upper House before going to the King to sign into law.

The People's House is chosen democratically, in elections occurring every four years. There are 68 members of the People's House: 13 from Lusitania, 25 from Brasil, 14 from Uruguai, 9 from Paraguai, and 7 from Plata. The People's House may be dismissed by the King at any time, and new elections held. Last elections were 1937.

Each territory has its own high court, under the respective Head of Government. There is no overarching judicial court to oversee the system across the entire United Kingdom.

Each territory also has its own local government, usually in the same format as the Imperial Congress, led by its respective Head.
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Religion in the United Kingdom

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Culture of the United Kingdom

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