Since the Beluz Revolution and the 3880-3881 Constitution that instaurated the Beluz Socialist Republic, Beluzia, despite being officially a parliamentary democracy, could rather be considered as a dominant-block system, since the left parties are dominating the Parliament.
Elections in Beluzia
Elections are scheduled every four years, however early elections are very common. All eight elections from 3870 to 3880 have been early elections.
In elections, people vote for both the Grand Consul and the Parliament.
Parliament in Beluzia
The Parliament, known as the National People's Assembly, holds legislative power.
- Simple voting majority
- Voting on regular bills
- Simple parliament majority
- Choosing the President and its Cabinet
- Voting on early election motions
- Withdrawing from a treaty
- Two-thirds parliament majority
- Approving the ratification of a treaty
- Reforming the Constitution
The Grand Consul
The Grand Consul is the Beluz Head of State.
He can change the budget and taxation (a task shared with the Minister of Finance), propose the draft and ratification of treaties (a task shared with the Minister of Foreign Affairs), and represent the nation abroad (shared with the President and the Minister of Foreign Affairs).
The Cabinet is chaired by the President, both nominated by the Assembly.
Political parties in Beluzia
|Name||Leader||Political Spectrum||Ideology||Founded||Seats in the Assembly|
|Beluzia Liberals||Chanelle Keys||Left-wing||Liberalism, Social Progressivism||4225||141|
|The Libertarian-Reform Party||Dr. Alexander Carter||Right-wing||Classical Liberalism||4221||124|
|People's Radical Revolutionary Party||Dr. Zdzisław Marceli||Far-left||Revolutionary socialism, Democratic socialism||?||116|
|Labour Party||Eric Brent||Center-left||?||4181||88|
|Stanton House||Andrew Stanton IX||Center-right||Conservatism||3988||124|
|Socialists & Democrat of Beuzia||Sylvia Keller||Right-wing||social-democratic, environmentalist||4217||69|
|United Party||Roberto Schneider||?||?||4167||0|
|Beluzian Union of Fascists||Edward S. Richardson||Far-Right||Fascism, Isolationism, Ultranationalism||4238||0|