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Liosol is a semi-parliamentary system. The incumbent King is head of state but effectively has no power, shifting it to the Prime Minister, The Ministry, and House of Status. The Ministry is elected every five years while the House of Status rotates every five years depending on population shifts. The Prime Minister selects his own cabinet from popular parties while the House of Status is divided up, not by provinces, but by the enumerated votes of the Alotol people.

Executive leadership


The Monarchy is head of state and symbolic leader of the Alotol government. Their duties are only ceremonial.

Prime Minister

The Prime Minister of Liosol is head of the Upper House. He approves drafts of laws in the Ministry and sends them to the House of Status.

The Ministry

The Upper House of Liosol's parliament is referred to as the Ministry. It has the sole power of proposition, and the lower house exists only to vote on, amend or repeal laws given by that cabinet. This leads to the leading government having a lot more power to change laws faster. There are nine members of the Ministry including the Prime Minister.

Minister of Agriculture

Minister of Arms

Minister of the Arts

Minister of Commerce

Minister of Health

Minister of Education

Minister of Foreign Affairs

Minister of Transport

House of Status

The Lower House of Liosol's Parliament in the House of Status. Its role is approving, reforming, and debating bills from the Ministry. The House is also able to reject the ruling government with a vote of No Confidence.


The Chanellor of the House or Minister of the People is the senior member of the House of Status. Their role is to lead the House in discussions and to represent the "excess" citizens. The position is currently filled by Eul Lana.


The number of representatives in the House is based on every 500k citizens in the nation. At present, there are 190 representatives for a population of roughly 94.6 million.

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