Forms of Government

Presidential Republic

Description:

There are elections every five days: parliamentary and presidential. They don't have to match, they're independent.

The president appoints the Foreign Minister (immediately dictates the laws on migration and foreign Affairs) and the Minister of Economy (Recharges, sells, modifies taxes and builds immediately). Governors can build and recharge immediately in their autonomy. 

The president names the charges and buys, but does not make any law immediately.

Benefits:

The charges (president, ministers and governors) earn 5 times more gold than in other forms of government. In this model of government the governors have power. The administrative laws are decided in Parliament by a simple majority, in a democratic way.

Cons:

It is easier to lose control of the country and administrative reforms are not directly approved (24h via Parliament).

Dictatorship

Description:

To decree it is necessary that the country has existed for 31 days and 80% of the parliamentarians approve it. Elections are cancelled and the dictator rules alone as Parliament disappears. The dictator appoints the economic adviser, who recharges the gold and builds immediately (does not make any immediate transfers). In this model of Government the governors have no power. Finally it is necessary to say that the dictator makes almost all the laws immediately.

Benefits:

There is a greater control of the country's decisions and power. Most of the laws are immediately approved by the dictator.

Cons:

The charges earn less gold. One or two people have all the decisions and the rest have no real power.

Monarchy

Description:

To decree it it is necessary that the country is a dictatorship since only one can pass of monarchy through the dictatorship therefore it is the dictator that decrees the monarchy. This will make the parliamentary elections start. The King appoints the economic adviser, who recharges the gold and builds immediately (does not immediately make transfers). In this form of government, the governors have no power. Finally, the monarch has the power of real decision and even if it does not raise it all the laws decide which are approved.

Benefits:

There is a lot of control over decisions in the country. The laws proposed by the king are often immediate and Parliament has an advisory nature in proposing laws.

Cons:

The King is finally the one who has the real power in Parliament, so both the governors and parliamentarians lose their right to vote and decide. To this we must add that the charges earn less gold.

Single party

Description:

To decree it is necessary that the country has existed for 31 days and 80% of the parliamentarians approve it. With this form of government the elections are held every 5 days and the most voted party occupies the seats, that makes the rest of the parties disappear from Parliament. The president appoints the Foreign Minister (immediately dictates the laws on migration and foreign Affairs) and the Minister of Economy (Recharges, sells, modifies taxes and builds immediately). It must be said that in this form of government the governors can build and recharge immediately in their autonomy. The president can name the charges and buy, but does not make any law immediately.

Benefits:

In this type of government you governors have power. The administrative laws are decided in Parliament by a simple majority, in a democratic way. And this form of government favors that little-voted parties cannot destabilize the organization.

Cons: 

Here we can see that the charges earn less gold. It must also be said that in this form of government it is easier to lose control of the country, and to this we must add the administrative reforms are not directly approved (24h via Parliament). And finally to say that only the most voted party has parliamentary representation.

Unipartisan system

Description

This system of government can only be decreed through dictatorship, that is, the country must be in dictatorship before being able to move to one-party systems. As expected, only the dictator can move to this type of government instantaneously. How can one expect, there is no election in this form of government, and only the dictator's party occupies parliament. The dictator appoints the economic adviser, who recharges the gold and builds immediately (does not make any immediate transfers). With this government the governors have no power and the dictator approves almost all the laws immediately, even if others propose them.

Benefits:

There is a greater control of the country's decisions and power. Most of the laws are immediately approved by the "dictator" and this must be added that there are more people who can propose laws and not just the "dictator" or economic adviser as it happens in the Dicadura.

Cons:

The charges earn less gold. Very few people can propose measures, and only one controls those that can be approved. The rest of the games have no representation.

Parliamentary Republic (autonomous)

Description:

It is given in autonomy where you have not appointed a governor, so no one assumes the position and there is only one parliament. The autonomous Parliament is occupied by the parties according to their electoral result. Elections usually occur every 5 days. In this form of government there is no governor and the autonomous Parliament has all the power of decision.

Benefits:

There is No more powerful figure than the rest and decisions are made democratically among all.

Cons:

In the Republic, no one can replenish gold at the regional level. Just the Minister of Economics, spending the state budget.

Changes between governments

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