The Government of Rosardan
CONSTITUTION -- Rosardan is a constitutional principality. The present constitution, which dates to 115, suppressed during the occupation of Rosardan by Merité, was restored upon the resumption of Rosardannach independence on the collapse of Merité.
TERRITORIAL SUBDIVISIONS -- The major subdivisions are the three provinces, Rosartuath, Tirros, and Anardeas. Each is governed by an executive council elected by the citizenry, and (except in Anardeas) a governor appointed by the Prince. Under the terms of the Treaty of Salisbaile of 66 by which the territory of Arnardeas became a province of Rosardan, the governor of Arnardeas is the traditional leader (Glicflath) of the Anardean people.
EXEUCTIVE POWER -- The Prince and Council of Ministers constitute the executive branch of the government. The Prince is the head of State. Ministers of the government are appointed by the Prince to head the several ministries. One minister may hold more than one portfolio, as in the case of the government of 299 A.P., in which J.P. Benjamin holds the porfolios of both Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs. The prime minister is the chairman of the Council of Ministers. Ministers may not be members of Parliament, but have the privilege of taking seats in the houses of parliament and joining in debate on matters affecting their respective ministries.
LEGISLATIVE POWER -- The principle legislative body is
Parliament, consisting of the General Assembly and the
Council of Elders.
HIGH COMMISSION IN ROSARDAN -- For the time being, the duties of Head of State and Prime Minister are executed by the HCIR President and High Commissioner, respectively.
E-mail: High Commission In Rosardan