Courellian Government

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Executive

Governor

Infobox →
The Governor
of the
Republic of Courelli
Courelli Governor Seal.png
Courelli United Left Leader.png
Incumbent
Joshua B. Thomas
Party Affiliation
United Left
Executive Branch of the Courellian Government
Style Governor
(informal)
The Honorable
(formal)
His Excellency
(diplomatic)
Status Head of State
Head of Government
Abbreviation Gov.
Nominator Political Parties
Appointer Election by popular vote
Term Length Four-year term,
renewable once
Residence Executive Mansion
Seat Leoncavallo, EN, Courelli
Constituting instrument Constitution of the Republic of Courelli
Formation X August 1689
First holder Gov. Charles Sewell
Website governor.co

The Governor is the head of state and government in the Republic of Courelli. As such, the Governor leads the Cabinet, leads a major political party, and typically commands a majority in the National Assembly. The incumbent wields both significant legislative and executive powers. In the National Assembly, the Governor guides the law-making process with the goal of enacting the legislative agenda of their political party. In an executive capacity, the Governor appoints (and may dismiss) Cabinet secretaries and co-ordinates the policies and activities of all government departments.

Article IV of the Constitution establishes the executive branch of the national government. It vests the executive power of the Republic in the Governor. The power includes the execution and enforcement of law, alongside the responsibility of appointing executive, diplomatic, regulatory and judicial officers, and concluding treaties with foreign powers with the advice and consent of the National Assembly. The Governor is further empowered to grant pardons and reprieves, and to convene the National Assembly in times of crisis. The Governor directs the foreign and domestic policies of the Republic, and takes an active role in promoting their policy priorities to Members of the National Assembly. The power of the Governor has grown substantially since its formation, as has the power of the government as a whole.

In all, 44 individuals have served as Governor, spanning 66 five-year terms.

Joshua B. Thomas, of Einaudi, is the 45th and current Governor of the Republic of Courelli. He assumed office on 10 August 2017.

List of Governors
Name Affiliation Tenure
1 Charles Sewell No Affiliation 1690 CE - 1695 CE
2 George Fairchild Conservative Party 1695 CE - 1710 CE
3 Chester Stanaway Liberal Party 1710 CE - 1720 CE
4 Calvin Dunton Conservative Party 1720 CE - 1740 CE
5 Richard Tyler Liberal Party 1740 CE - 1743 CE
6 John Wilson Liberal Party 1743 CE - 1755 CE
7 James Garland Unity Party 1755 CE - 1760 CE
8 John Fleming Conservative Party 1760 CE - 1765 CE
9 Calvin Currier Liberal Party 1765 CE - 1770 CE
10 John Hamlin Conservative Party 1770 CE - 1775 CE
11 Thomas Taylor Conservative Party 1775 CE - 1780 CE
12 Rupert Rowell Liberal Party 1780 CE - 1790 CE
13 Daniel Parsons Conservative Party 1790 CE - 1795 CE
14 Charles Frye Conservative Party 1795 CE - 1800 CE
15 Franklin Elbert Liberal Party 1800 CE - 1810 CE
16 William Clayborne Unity Party 1810 CE - 1815 CE
17 Martin Cook Conservative Party 1815 CE - 1820 CE
18 Daniel Barkley Liberal Party 1820 CE - 1825 CE
19 William Lindsay Conservative Party 1825 CE - 1840 CE
20 Zachary Pence Conservative Party 1840 CE - 1845 CE
21 John Mansell Unity Party 1845 CE - 1855 CE
22 Elbridge Colfax Conservative Party 1855 CE - 1860 CE
23 John Wescott Unity Party 1860 CE - 1865 CE
24 Walter Dyson Liberal Party 1865 CE - 1870 CE
25 George Gayle Social Democratic Party 1870 CE - 1871 CE
26 John Parkin Social Democratic Party 1871 CE - 1880 CE
27 John Shandley Conservative Party 1880 CE - 1895 CE
28 Andrew Blyth Liberal Party 1895 CE - 1900 CE
29 Charles Springer Conservative Party 1900 CE - 1909 CE
30 Sebastian King Conservative Party 1909 CE - 1915 CE
31 Harry Monroe Social Democratic Party 1915 CE - 1925 CE
32 James Carmine Conservative Party 1925 CE - 1940 CE
33 William Ricco Unity Party 1940 CE - 1950 CE
34 Spiro Jefford United Left Party 1950 CE - 1955 CE
35 William Mather Social Democratic Party 1955 CE - 1960 CE
36 Martin Everton Conservative Party 1960 CE - 1963 CE
37 Isabelle Thomas Conservative Party 1963 CE - 1970 CE
38 Aaron Bordin Liberal Party 1970 CE - 1980 CE
39 Augustus Pero Liberal Party 1980 CE - 1985 CE
40 James Fitzgerald United Left Party 1985 CE - 1995 CE
41 Wilson Murphy Green Party 1995 CE - 2005 CE
42 Mary Dyson One Courelli Party 2005 CE - 2010 CE
43 Michael Wallace United Left Party 2010 CE - 2015 CE
44 Jacob G. Hartley Liberal Party 2015 CE - 2017 CE
45 Joshua B. Thomas United Left Party 2017 CE - Present

Powers & Duties

Upon election, the Governor's first requisite is to "form a Government" – to create a Cabinet that has the support of the National Assembly, of which Cabinet secretaries are expected to be a member.

After establishing the Cabinet, the Governor typically appoints the most senior officers - such as Director of the Courellian Information and Security Bureau, among others - and leaves lower-level appointments to the Cabinet secretaries. Ambassadors, Commissioners, senior civil servants, senior military officers, members of important committees and commissions, and other officials are selected, and in most cases may be removed, by the Governor. However, the appointment of judges to the National Judicial Pool, while constitutionally a power of the Governor, is now made on the basis of recommendations from independent bodies.

As the Commander-in-Chief of the Courellian Armed Forces, the Governor can declare war with the consent of the National Assembly, and jointly with the Secretary of Defense, may exert power over the deployment and disposition of Courelli's forces.

The Governor also appoints officials known as Government Whips, who negotiate for the support of Assemblymembers and discipline dissenters. Party discipline is strong since the public generally votes for candidates on the basis of their party affiliation. Assemblymembers may be expelled from their party for failing to support their Party on important issues, and although this will not mean they must resign as Assemblymembers, it will usually make re-election difficult. Assemblymembers who hold Cabinet office or political privileges can expect removal for failing to support the Governor. Restraints imposed by the National Assembly grow weaker when the Governor's party enjoys a large majority in the National Assembly.

However, even a government with a healthy majority can on occasion find itself unable to pass legislation. For example, on 7 November 1996, Governor Wilson Murphy was defeated over plans which would have allowed police to detain suspects for up to 90 days without charge. On other occasions, the Governor alters their proposals to avoid defeat in the National Assembly.

Selection Process

Eligibility

The Constitution sets the following qualifications for holding the Governorship:

  • be at least twenty-eight years of age at the time of their election;
  • be a resident of the Republic for at least 10 consecutive years immediately prior to assuming office;
  • have not previously been convicted and removed from government office for corruption.

Election

The Governor is elected directly by the people of the Republic of Courelli for a term of five years.

The Electoral Board of each Province meets at its Provincial capital -- about six weeks after the election -- to officially compile a report on the votes in their Province. They then send a copy of that report to the National Assembly. The reports are opened by the Speaker and read aloud before the National Assembly.

Upon certification of the results by the National Assembly, the results are considered firm and final.

Lieutenant Governor

Infobox →
The Lieutenant Governor
of the
Republic of Courelli
Courelli Lt Gov Seal.png
150px
Incumbent
Sara Robins
Party Affiliation
Social Democrats
Executive Branch of the Courellian Government
Term Length Four-year term,
renewable once
Residence Courellian Naval Observatory
Seat Aleotti, EN, Courelli

The Lieutenant Governor of the Republic of Courelli is the second-highest officer of the Executive Branch of the Government, and is the highest-ranking official in the Gubernatorial line of succession.

List of Lieutenant Governors
Name Affiliation Tenure
1 No Affiliation 1690 CE - 1695 CE
2 Conservative Party 1695 CE - 1710 CE
3 Liberal Party 1710 CE - 1720 CE
4 Conservative Party 1720 CE - 1740 CE
5 John Wilson Liberal Party 1740 CE - 1743 CE
6 Liberal Party 1743 CE - 1755 CE
7 Unity Party 1755 CE - 1760 CE
8 Conservative Party 1760 CE - 1765 CE
9 Liberal Party 1765 CE - 1770 CE
10 Thomas Taylor Conservative Party 1770 CE - 1775 CE
11 Conservative Party 1775 CE - 1780 CE
12 Liberal Party 1780 CE - 1790 CE
13 Charles Frye Conservative Party 1790 CE - 1795 CE
14 Conservative Party 1795 CE - 1800 CE
15 Liberal Party 1800 CE - 1810 CE
16 Unity Party 1810 CE - 1815 CE
17 Conservative Party 1815 CE - 1820 CE
18 Liberal Party 1820 CE - 1825 CE
19 Zachary Pence Conservative Party 1825 CE - 1840 CE
20 Conservative Party 1840 CE - 1845 CE
21 Unity Party 1845 CE - 1855 CE
22 Conservative Party 1855 CE - 1860 CE
23 Unity Party 1860 CE - 1865 CE
24 Liberal Party 1865 CE - 1870 CE
25 John Parkin Social Democratic Party 1870 CE - 1871 CE
26 Social Democratic Party 1871 CE - 1880 CE
27 Conservative Party 1880 CE - 1895 CE
28 Liberal Party 1895 CE - 1900 CE
29 Sebastian King Conservative Party 1900 CE - 1909 CE
30 Conservative Party 1909 CE - 1915 CE
31 Social Democratic Party 1915 CE - 1925 CE
32 Conservative Party 1925 CE - 1940 CE
33 Unity Party 1940 CE - 1950 CE
34 United Left Party 1950 CE - 1955 CE
35 Social Democratic Party 1955 CE - 1960 CE
36 Isabelle Thomas Conservative Party 1960 CE - 1963 CE
37 Conservative Party 1963 CE - 1970 CE
38 Augustus Pero Liberal Party 1970 CE - 1980 CE
39 Liberal Party 1980 CE - 1985 CE
40 United Left Party 1985 CE - 1995 CE
41 Green Party 1995 CE - 2005 CE
42 One Courelli Party 2005 CE - 2010 CE
43 United Left Party 2010 CE - 2015 CE
44 Liberal Party 2015 CE - 2017 CE
45 Ramesh Sidhu United Left Party 2017 CE - Present

Powers & Duties

The Lieutenant Governor's primary duty is to cast a vote in the event of a National Assembly deadlock.

Selection Process

Eligibility

The Constitution sets the following qualifications for holding the Lieutenant Governorship:

  • be at least twenty-eight years of age at the time of their election;
  • be a resident of the Republic for at least 10 consecutive years immediately prior to assuming office;
  • have not previously been convicted and removed from government office for corruption.

Election

The Lieutenant Governor is elected directly by the people of the Republic of Courelli for a term of five years.

The Electoral Board of each Province meets at its Provincial capital -- about six weeks after the election -- to officially compile a report on the votes in their Province. They then send a copy of that report to the National Assembly. The reports are opened by the Speaker and read aloud before the National Assembly.

Upon certification of the results by the National Assembly, the results are considered firm and final.

Executive Departments

The Department of Agriculture

The Department of Defense

The Department of Education

The Department of Energy

The Department of Health

The Department of Home Affairs

The Department of Justice

The Department of Labor

The Department of State

The Department of Treasury

Legislative

The National Assembly

The National Assembly
Courelli National Assembly Seal.png
Courelli Social Democratic Leader.png
Speaker of the National Assembly
Timothy Woods
Incumbent
Assumed office
10 August 2017
GovernorJoshua B. Thomas

The National Assembly is the legislature of the Republic of Courelli.

The National Assembly is composed of 450 Members, each of whom are elected by and represent a multi-member District through a party-list proportional representation system. There are currently 30 Districts in the National Assembly, and each represented by a number of Members proportional to its population. The Assembly is presided over by a Speaker, normally from the majority coalition, assisted by deputies and parliamentarians from across the represented political spectrum. The term of the National Assembly is five years.

Following a tradition started by the first Constitutional Convention in 1665, the "left-wing" parties sit to the left as seen from the Speaker's seat, and the "right-wing" parties sit to the right, and the seating arrangement thus directly indicates the political spectrum as represented in the Assembly. The official seat of the National Assembly is the Hall of the National Assembly on the banks of Port Gray; the Assembly also uses other neighbouring buildings for office space and recordkeeping.

Exterior of the National Assembly
Legislative Chamber of the National Assembly.

Composition & Membership

Current Partisan Composition

Courelli Parliament Chart.png

Party Political Position Leader Deputy Leader Internal Factions Seats
Governing Majority 253
World Workers Party
(WWP)
Far-Left Courelli World Workers Leader.png Mary McDermott
(MV-Svn.)
Courelli World Workers Deputy Leader.png Theodora Rock
(SL-Vco.)
Proletarian Peoples Caucus
30
United Left Party
(ULP)
Left Courelli United Left Leader.png Joshua B. Thomas
(EN-Cmp.)
Courelli United Left Deputy Leader.png Ramesh Sidhu
(EN-Chr.)
Democratic Socialists
82
Social Democratic Party
(SDP)
Left Courelli Social Democratic Leader.png Timothy Woods
(EN-Flr.)
Courelli Social Democratic Deputy Leader.png Tobias Islinglass
(MV-Svn.)
Progressive Coalition
59
Liberal Party
(LIB)
Center-Left Courelli Liberal Leader.png Sally Wilson
(MV-Abg.)
Courelli Liberal Deputy Leader.png Aldrich Carpenter
(EN-Vno.)
Social Liberal Caucus
Liberal Reformists
35
Green Party
(GRN)
Special Interest
(Environment)
Courelli Green Leader.png Judy Meyer
(GR-Bco.)
Courelli Green Deputy Leader.png Dr. Elizabeth Clarke
(MV-Ccr.)
Eco-Socialist Caucus
Society for the Protection of Animal Welfare
Coalition for a Green Future
47
Minority Opposition 197
Unity Party
(UNT)
Center Courelli Unity Leader.png Nancy Howard
(MV-Ach.)
Courelli Unity Deputy Leader.png Alexander McIntosh
(GR-Anz.)
Moderate Policy Coalition
13
One Courelli Party
(OCP)
Center Courelli One Courelli Leader.png Carlos Brown
(SL-Bbo.)
40px Ed Harvey
(CS-Svo.)
Dysonists
28
Liberty Party
(LBT)
Center-Right Courelli Liberty Leader.png Paul Cox
(EN-Bdr.)
Courelli Liberty Deputy Leader.png Ned Fairbank
(MV-Ach.)
Freedom Coalition
Courellians for Limited Government
27
Conservative Party
(CON)
Right Courelli Conservative Leader.png Robert Manning
(CS-Svo.)
Courelli Conservative Deputy Leader.png Miranda Hare
(EN-Bdr.)
Blue Collar Conservatives
Originalists
74
National Front
(NF)
Far-Right Courelli National Front Leader.png David Robinson
(CS-Svi.)
Courelli National Front Deputy Leader.png Georgette Poole
(EN-Bdr.)
Coalition against Socialism and Globalism
Courellians for National Sovereignty
9
Dalinian Alliance
(DA)
Special Interest
(Religion)
Courelli Dalinian Alliance Leader.png William Ivey
(EN-Chr.)
Courelli Dalinian Alliance Deputy Leader.png Apt. Bartholomew Curtis
(CS-Svo.)
Valentinian Caucus
28
Afafanua National Party
(ANP)
Special Interest
(Secessionist)
Courelli Afafanua National Leader.png Maddagintil Rohasam
(HI-Sgr.)
Courelli Afafanua National Deputy Leader.png Srinivasa Darikari
(HI-Qcn.)
Republican Caucus
Afafanuans for the Restoration of the Crown
18
Historical Partisan Composition
Current Members

Party Leader
Deputy Party Leader
§ Executive official

District Name Party Residence Education
EN-Cmp. Joshua B. Thomas § United Left Party Leoncavallo Clarke University,
William J. Bell School of Law
EN-Cmp. Jocelyn Beckinridge United Left Party HOME Beckinridge College of Liberal Arts
EN-Cmp. Michael Mullins United Left Party HOME King's College
EN-Cmp. Emily Wells United Left Party HOME Port Gray University
EN-Cmp. Abigail Hersey-Jones United Left Party HOME Port Gray University
EN-Cmp. Lara Rowe United Left Party HOME Clarke University
EN-Cmp. Percival Crawford United Left Party HOME Port Gray University
EN-Cmp. Darrell Hopkins United Left Party HOME Jacobi College
EN-Cmp. Bianca Corbyn United Left Party HOME Port Gray University
EN-Cmp. Rebecca Presley United Left Party HOME Clarke University
EN-Cmp. Hadley Watkins United Left Party HOME Beckinridge College of Liberal Arts
EN-Cmp. Noah Peters United Left Party HOME Port Gray University
EN-Cmp. Thomas Moreno United Left Party HOME Port Gray University
EN-Cmp. Molly Adams United Left Party HOME Clarke University
EN-Cmp. Harley Wallaker United Left Party HOME Port Gray University
EN-Cmp. Noah Cunningham United Left Party HOME Port Gray University
EN-Cmp. Bailey Rogers United Left Party HOME University of Hart Isle
EN-Cmp. Yvonne Kennedy United Left Party HOME Port Gray University
EN-Cmp. Brian Barlow United Left Party HOME Jacobi College
EN-Cmp. Tina Sutton United Left Party HOME Port Gray University
EN-Cmp. Rita Saunders United Left Party HOME Beckinridge College of Liberal Arts
EN-Cmp. Sandra Hill United Left Party HOME Clarke University
EN-Cmp. Piers Jackson United Left Party HOME St. Alphaeus College
EN-Cmp. Shirley Dolton Social Democratic Party HOME Port Gray University
EN-Cmp. Ray Holmes Social Democratic Party HOME Port Gray University
EN-Cmp. Sirenna Chambers Social Democratic Party HOME University of Hart Isle
EN-Cmp. Bryant Clark Social Democratic Party HOME Port Gray University
EN-Cmp. Tamara Daves Social Democratic Party HOME Port Gray University
EN-Cmp. Clarissa Sharpe Social Democratic Party HOME Port Gray University
EN-Cmp. Elmer Estrada Social Democratic Party HOME University of Hart Isle
EN-Cmp. Ivy Dixon Social Democratic Party HOME Port Gray University
EN-Cmp. Pandora Holt Social Democratic Party HOME Port Gray University
EN-Cmp. Vernon Whitehead Conservative Party HOME St. Alphaeus College
EN-Cmp. Cynthia Yates Conservative Party HOME Clarke University
EN-Cmp. Isabella Frasier Conservative Party HOME University of Hart Isle
EN-Cmp. Theo Cooke Conservative Party HOME Port Gray University
EN-Cmp. Obediah Greenwood Conservative Party HOME University of Hart Isle
EN-Cmp. Lee Hathcock Conservative Party HOME Port Gray University
EN-Cmp. Malcolm Wilkinson Conservative Party HOME Port Gray University
EN-Cmp. Dr. Minerva Wallace Green Party HOME Port Gray University,
Cavalli Institute of Ecology
EN-Cmp. Dominic Barnes Green Party HOME Port Gray University
EN-Cmp. Philippa Walls Green Party HOME St. Alphaeus College
EN-Cmp. Isaiah Boothe Green Party HOME Port Gray University
EN-Cmp. Christine Jennings Green Party HOME Port Gray University
EN-Cmp. Clement Perry Liberal Party HOME Port Gray University
EN-Cmp. Chandler Rosser Liberal Party HOME Port Gray University
EN-Cmp. Hazel Kayne Liberal Party HOME Clarke University
EN-Cmp. Darlene Santiago Liberal Party HOME University of Hart Isle
EN-Cmp. Patience Woodward Dalinian Alliance HOME Jacobi College
EN-Cmp. Phil Karis Dalinian Alliance HOME St. Alphaeus College
EN-Cmp. Melody Hand Dalinian Alliance HOME Port Gray University
EN-Cmp. Terrence Windrow One Courelli Party HOME Jacobi College
EN-Cmp. Duncan Boyd One Courelli Party HOME Port Gray University
EN-Cmp. Abigail Garrett Liberty Party HOME Clarke University
EN-Cmp. Alger Buckley Liberty Party HOME Clarke University
EN-Chr. Ramesh Sidhu United Left Party Aleotti Clarke University,
St. Margaret University
EN-Chr. Kelsey Whitman United Left Party HOME St. Alphaeus College
EN-Chr. Yolanda Ingram United Left Party HOME Clarke University
EN-Chr. William Page United Left Party HOME University of Hart Isle
EN-Chr. Zachary Hicks United Left Party HOME Clarke University
EN-Chr. Anthony "Bud" Brooks United Left Party HOME Clarke University
EN-Chr. Alina Fox United Left Party HOME Clarke University
EN-Chr. Wanda Lewis United Left Party HOME University of West Giordiano
EN-Chr. Vera Barrett United Left Party HOME University of West Giordiano
EN-Chr. William Ivey Dalinian Alliance Aleotti St. Alphaeus College
EN-Chr. Trina Hinton Dalinian Alliance HOME Jacobi College,
Valentinian Divinity School
EN-Chr. Hallie Gilbert Dalinian Alliance HOME Port Gray University
EN-Chr. Blanche Harmon Dalinian Alliance HOME University of West Giordiano
EN-Chr. Tessa Harrison Dalinian Alliance HOME University of Hart Isle
EN-Chr. Tara Alvarez Dalinian Alliance HOME Beckinridge College of Liberal Arts
EN-Chr. Constance Hubbard Dalinian Alliance HOME Clarke University
EN-Chr. Abbott Swanson Conservative Party HOME University of West Giordiano
EN-Chr. Iris Davidson Conservative Party HOME University of West Giordiano
EN-Chr. Roderick Harper Conservative Party HOME University of West Giordiano
EN-Chr. Brooke Steele Conservative Party HOME Port Gray University
EN-Chr. Sienna Franklin Conservative Party HOME University of Hart Isle
EN-Chr. Theodora Scott Green Party HOME Clarke University
EN-Chr. Darren Francis Green Party HOME St. Alphaeus College
EN-Chr. Danielle Rodriguez Green Party HOME University of Hart Isle
EN-Chr. Wayne Porter Green Party HOME St. Alphaeus College
EN-Chr. Alexis Knowles Green Party HOME Port Gray University
EN-Chr. Jeffrey Kitchens World Workers Party HOME King's College
EN-Chr. Caesar Wheeler World Workers Party HOME Monteverdi Military Institute
EN-Flr. Timothy Woods Social Democratic Party HOME University of Hart Isle
EN-Flr. Damian Blanton Social Democratic Party HOME St. Alphaeus College
EN-Flr. Celeste Welch Social Democratic Party HOME Clarke University
EN-Flr. Robin Bryson Social Democratic Party HOME St. Alphaeus College
EN-Flr. Lovell Poarch Social Democratic Party HOME University of Hart Isle
EN-Flr. Cecilia Walker Social Democratic Party HOME St. Alphaeus College
EN-Flr. Cassian Burton Social Democratic Party HOME St. Alphaeus College
EN-Flr. Jack Anderson Social Democratic Party HOME Monteverdi Military Institute
EN-Flr. Cassandra Stevenson Social Democratic Party HOME Port Gray University
EN-Flr. Elsie Alexander United Left Party HOME University of Hart Isle
EN-Flr. Talia D'Accardi United Left Party HOME St. Alphaeus College
EN-Flr. Wilbur Valdez United Left Party HOME Clarke University
EN-Flr. London Brewer United Left Party HOME Clarke University
EN-Flr. Bryant Johnson United Left Party HOME Port Gray University
EN-Flr. Harley Simmons Green Party HOME St. Alphaeus College
EN-Flr. Mia Loxley Green Party HOME St. Alphaeus College
EN-Flr. Joan Grant One Courelli Party HOME St. Alphaeus College
EN-Flr. Pauline "Polly" Elledge One Courelli Party HOME University of Hart Isle
EN-Flr. Chelsea Schmitt World Workers Party HOME University of Monteverdi at Aureli
EN-Flr. Martin Ogley World Workers Party HOME St. Alphaeus College
EN-Flr. Melanie Schock Unity Party HOME Port Gray University
EN-Vno. Eugene Cobb Social Democratic Party HOME Port Gray University
EN-Vno. Adrian Bond Social Democratic Party HOME University of Hart Isle
EN-Vno. Gary Lindsay Social Democratic Party HOME Beckinridge College of Liberal Arts
EN-Vno. Tracy Hargraves Social Democratic Party HOME Clarke University
EN-Vno. Vivian Holland Social Democratic Party HOME Port Gray University
EN-Vno. Aldrich Carpenter Liberal Party HOME Port Gray University
EN-Vno. Winston Alban Liberal Party HOME Clarke University
EN-Vno. Clara Nelson Liberal Party HOME Clarke University
EN-Vno. Gerald Haidt Liberal Party HOME Jacobi College
EN-Vno. Sasha Sherrer Liberal Party HOME Clarke University
EN-Vno. Noele Osborne United Left Party HOME Clarke University
EN-Vno. Neil Caldwell United Left Party HOME Clarke University
EN-Vno. Ginger DeFonzo United Left Party HOME Monteverdi Military Institute
EN-Vno. Raven Inglehart United Left Party HOME St. Alphaeus College
EN-Vno. Minerva Norris Green Party HOME Clarke University
EN-Vno. Zachary Moon Green Party HOME Clarke University
EN-Vno. Anthony Snider Conservative Party HOME Clarke University
EN-Vno. Douglas Walsh Conservative Party HOME Clarke University
EN-Vno. Cecil Apple One Courelli Party HOME Clarke University
EN-Vno. Oliver Hogan Dalinian Alliance HOME Jacobi College
EN-Bdr. Miranda Hare Conservative Party HOME Port Gray University
EN-Bdr. Cyrus Sarrat Conservative Party HOME Port Gray University
EN-Bdr. Margaret Larson Conservative Party HOME Port Gray University
EN-Bdr. Nigel Erickson Conservative Party HOME University of Hart Isle
EN-Bdr. Lawrence Schnell Conservative Party HOME St. Alphaeus College
EN-Bdr. Paul Cox Liberty Party HOME Port Gray University
EN-Bdr. Henry Kenelm Liberty Party HOME Clarke University
EN-Bdr. Hope Hutchinson Liberty Party HOME Clarke University
EN-Bdr. Wendy Fleming Liberty Party HOME Monteverdi Military Institute
EN-Bdr. Alana Blair Dalinian Alliance HOME Port Gray University
EN-Bdr. Thalia LeBourg Dalinian Alliance HOME Port Gray University
EN-Bdr. Leo Reynolds Dalinian Alliance HOME Port Gray University
EN-Bdr. Georgette Poole National Front HOME Port Gray University
EN-Bdr. Dr. Ferris Fitzpatrick National Front HOME University of Monteverdi,
Port Gray University
MV-Ccr. Camilla Wise United Left Party Falceri Beckinridge College of Liberal Arts
MV-Ccr. Daniel Lipscomb United Left Party HOME University of Hart Isle
MV-Ccr. Victoria Greene United Left Party HOME Clarke University
MV-Ccr. Benedict Glisson United Left Party HOME St. Alphaeus College
MV-Ccr. Ed Giraldo United Left Party HOME University of Monteverdi
MV-Ccr. Ralph Palmer United Left Party HOME University of Monteverdi
MV-Ccr. Otis Thornton United Left Party HOME King's College
MV-Ccr. Rebekah Luxford United Left Party HOME Jacobi College
MV-Ccr. Geneva Dilks United Left Party HOME Port Gray University
MV-Ccr. Matthew Kline United Left Party HOME Port Gray University
MV-Ccr. Sebastian Young United Left Party HOME Port Gray University
MV-Ccr. Myrtle Mallinger United Left Party HOME University of Monteverdi
MV-Ccr. Tabitha Sheldon United Left Party HOME Totti University
MV-Ccr. Regina Hallman United Left Party HOME Clarke University
MV-Ccr. Audrey Conner United Left Party HOME University of Monteverdi
MV-Ccr. Dexter Arkell Social Democratic Party HOME Beckinridge College of Liberal Arts
MV-Ccr. Kennard Harwood Social Democratic Party HOME University of Hart Isle
MV-Ccr. Lorelei Snyder Social Democratic Party HOME Port Gray University
MV-Ccr. Jack Moody Social Democratic Party HOME Port Gray University
MV-Ccr. Edie Joseph Social Democratic Party HOME Totti University
MV-Ccr. Vernon Nichols Social Democratic Party HOME St. Alphaeus College
MV-Ccr. Dorian Morales Social Democratic Party HOME Clarke University
MV-Ccr. Humphrey Womack Conservative Party HOME University of Hart Isle
MV-Ccr. Tabitha Ortega Conservative Party HOME Port Gray University
MV-Ccr. Cecil Chasey Conservative Party HOME Port Gray University
MV-Ccr. Dudley Capps Conservative Party HOME St. Alphaeus College
MV-Ccr. Lincoln Armstrong Conservative Party HOME Monteverdi Military Institute
MV-Ccr. Lyndon Warren Liberal Party HOME Fitzgerald University
MV-Ccr. Ned Sharlach Liberal Party HOME Fitzgerald University
MV-Ccr. Brooke Roberts Liberal Party HOME Fitzgerald University
MV-Ccr. Priscilla Spencer Liberal Party HOME Totti University
MV-Ccr. Roberta Fraley Liberal Party HOME Beckinridge College of Liberal Arts
MV-Ccr. Dr. Elizabeth Clarke Green Party HOME St. Alphaeus College,
Clarke University
MV-Ccr. Darlene Davis Green Party HOME Fitzgerald University
MV-Ccr. Gary Mitchell Green Party HOME Einaudi Institute of Technology
MV-Ccr. Angelica Flowers One Courelli Party HOME Clarke University
MV-Ccr. Dwight Frost One Courelli Party HOME Einaudi Institute of Technology
MV-Ccr. Cade Truman Liberty Party HOME Port Gray University
MV-Ccr. Isabelle King Liberty Party HOME University of Hart Isle
MV-Svn. Mary McDermott World Workers Party HOME St. Alphaeus College
MV-Svn. Angela Walters World Workers Party HOME Port Gray University
MV-Svn. Miles Malone World Workers Party HOME Totti University
MV-Svn. Justin O'Brien World Workers Party HOME Clarke University
MV-Svn. Gene Handley World Workers Party HOME Port Gray University
MV-Svn. Chloe Pascal World Workers Party HOME University of Hart Isle
MV-Svn. Tobias Islinglass Social Democratic Party HOME Jacobi College
MV-Svn. Patricia Pugh Social Democratic Party HOME University of Hart Isle
MV-Svn. Tasha Rubino Social Democratic Party HOME St. Alphaeus College
MV-Svn. Garrick Reuben Social Democratic Party HOME Port Gray University
MV-Svn. Phoebe Knight Social Democratic Party HOME Beckinridge College of Liberal Arts
MV-Svn. Jerome Waldman Green Party HOME University of Monteverdi at Aureli
MV-Svn. Eleanor Elmer Green Party HOME Port Gray University
MV-Svn. Les Nicholson Green Party HOME Totti University
MV-Svn. Robert "Bobby" Byrne Liberty Party HOME Clarke University
MV-Svn. Rowena Michaels Liberty Party HOME Clarke University
MV-Svn. Sebastian Kemp One Courelli Party HOME St. Alphaeus College
MV-Svn. Marsha Johnston One Courelli Party HOME Port Gray University
MV-Svn. Mia Vaughn Dalinian Alliance HOME University of Monteverdi
MV-Abg. Sally Wilson Liberal Party HOME University of Monteverdi
MV-Abg. Camilla Ramsay Liberal Party HOME Einaudi Institute of Technology
MV-Abg. Harrison Powers Liberal Party HOME Monteverdi Military Institute
MV-Abg. Eric Reeves Liberal Party HOME Totti University
MV-Abg. Stephen Payne Liberal Party HOME St. Alphaeus College
MV-Abg. Daley Lynch Liberal Party HOME Clarke University
MV-Abg. Gillian Black Green Party HOME University of Hart Isle
MV-Abg. Madeline Leonard Green Party HOME University of Monteverdi at Aureli
MV-Abg. Anastasia Friar Green Party HOME Port Gray University
MV-Abg. Jiarr Mius-Tu-Jzah-Men Green Party HOME Jacobi College
MV-Abg. Kirsten Pierce Social Democratic Party HOME University of Monteverdi at Aureli
MV-Abg. Adam Richter Social Democratic Party HOME University of Monteverdi
MV-Abg. Jacqueline Pollard Unity Party HOME St. Alphaeus College
MV-Abg. Tristan Thigpen Unity Party HOME University of Monteverdi at Aureli
MV-Abg. Paige Sanders Conservative Party HOME University of Monteverdi
MV-Mrm. June McAfee Social Democratic Party HOME Clarke University
MV-Mrm. Louise Cain Social Democratic Party HOME University of Monteverdi at Aureli
MV-Mrm. Mabel Bolton Social Democratic Party HOME Totti University
MV-Mrm. Molly Scoggins Social Democratic Party HOME University of Monteverdi at Aureli
MV-Mrm. Harry Doyle Liberal Party HOME Totti University
MV-Mrm. Ramsey Cooper Liberal Party HOME St. Alphaeus College
MV-Mrm. Martin Bailey Liberal Party HOME Beckinridge College of Liberal Arts
MV-Mrm. Muriel Cantrell Liberal Party HOME Monteverdi Military Institute
MV-Mrm. Robert Ohrberg Green Party HOME University of Monteverdi
MV-Mrm. Fern Eiermann Green Party HOME University of Monteverdi at Aureli
MV-Mrm. Tilda Varley Green Party HOME Clarke University
MV-Mrm. Wayne Voss World Workers Party HOME Totti University
MV-Mrm. Timothy Strickland World Workers Party HOME Port Gray University
MV-Mrm. Harry Miller Unity Party HOME St. Alphaeus College
MV-Ach. Nancy Howard Unity Party HOME Einaudi Institute of Technology
MV-Ach. Marmaduke Webb Unity Party HOME University of Monteverdi at Aureli
MV-Ach. Herbert Bradley Unity Party HOME Fitzgerald University
MV-Ach. Harley Godwin Unity Party HOME Jacobi College
MV-Ach. Ned Fairbank Liberty Party HOME Fitzgerald University
MV-Ach. Violet Schultz Liberty Party HOME King's College
MV-Ach. Celeste Stokes Liberty Party HOME Monteverdi Military Institute
MV-Ach. Curtis Pope Liberal Party HOME Clarke University
MV-Ach. Sabrina Farrington Liberal Party HOME St. Alphaeus College
MV-Ach. Molly Janssen Liberal Party HOME University of Monteverdi at Aureli
SL-Vco. Nadia DeSa United Left Party Bassano Black Hill College
SL-Vco. Marc Shapiro United Left Party HOME Beckinridge College of Liberal Arts
SL-Vco. Brian Bowen United Left Party HOME Beckinridge College of Liberal Arts
SL-Vco. Ed Robertson United Left Party HOME Port Gray University
SL-Vco. Conrad French United Left Party HOME Monteverdi Military Institute
SL-Vco. Jeremy Chesser United Left Party HOME Beckinridge College of Liberal Arts
SL-Vco. Bonnie Howell United Left Party HOME Einaudi Institute of Technology
SL-Vco. Austin Jimenez United Left Party HOME St. Alphaeus College
SL-Vco. Dana Yarbrough United Left Party HOME
SL-Vco. Waldo Pierpoint United Left Party HOME Clarke University
SL-Vco. Andrew Yeager United Left Party HOME University of Monteverdi
SL-Vco. Quinn Salinger United Left Party HOME University of Monteverdi
SL-Vco. Capt. Edward Jenkins Conservative Party HOME Kirkham Naval Academy
SL-Vco. Halsey Marsh Conservative Party HOME University of Monteverdi at Aureli
SL-Vco. Grace Greer Conservative Party HOME Einaudi Institute of Technology
SL-Vco. Eugene Hudson Conservative Party HOME Monteverdi Military Institute
SL-Vco. Ken Love Conservative Party HOME Monteverdi Military Institute,
William J. Bell School of Law
SL-Vco. Guy Carter Conservative Party HOME University of Monteverdi
SL-Vco. Andrew Shepard Conservative Party HOME St. Alphaeus College
SL-Vco. Alexis Noble Social Democratic Party HOME Clarke University
SL-Vco. Kenneth Luker Social Democratic Party HOME Totti University
SL-Vco. William Trebek Social Democratic Party HOME Totti University
SL-Vco. Theodore "Teddy" Bates Social Democratic Party HOME Jacobi College
SL-Vco. Wayne Wakeley Social Democratic Party HOME Monteverdi Military Institute
SL-Vco. Rowena Sopoci-Belknap Green Party HOME Panicucci Community College
SL-Vco. Hazel Lowe Green Party HOME Clarke University
SL-Vco. Minerva Bourne Green Party HOME Einaudi Institute of Technology
SL-Vco. Amelia Ballard Liberty Party HOME Port Gray University
SL-Vco. Craig Dunn Liberty Party HOME Fitzgerald University
SL-Vco. Emily Dussich World Workers Party HOME
SL-Vco. Melissa Pyle Dalinian Alliance HOME Jacobi College
SL-Lpd. Theodora Rock World Workers Party HOME University of Monteverdi
SL-Lpd. Shaun Dittman World Workers Party HOME Black Hill College
SL-Lpd. Clive McCoy World Workers Party HOME Einaudi Institute of Technology
SL-Lpd. Ross Little World Workers Party HOME Port Gray University
SL-Lpd. Monica McGee World Workers Party HOME Clarke University
SL-Lpd. Beatrice Hines Conservative Party HOME Fitzgerald University
SL-Lpd. Emma Clayton Conservative Party HOME University of Monteverdi
SL-Lpd. Heath Graves Conservative Party HOME Monteverdi Military Institute
SL-Lpd. Camilla Briggs Conservative Party HOME St. Alphaeus College
SL-Lpd. Valentine Romero One Courelli Party HOME Arcuri Academy of Art
SL-Lpd. Ebenezer Harding One Courelli Party HOME Einaudi Institute of Technology
SL-Lpd. Neal Keller One Courelli Party HOME Clarke University
SL-Lpd. Samson Murphy Social Democratic Party HOME Port Gray University
SL-Lpd. Callie Griffith Social Democratic Party HOME Black Hill College
SL-Lpd. Toby Cameron Dalinian Alliance HOME Clarke University
SL-Lpd. Mabel Geis Dalinian Alliance HOME Beckinridge College of Liberal Arts
SL-Fcn. Talia Ray Social Democratic Party HOME Black Hill College
SL-Fcn. Terri Hartley Social Democratic Party HOME University of Monteverdi
SL-Fcn. Wynne Knopp Social Democratic Party HOME Clarke University
SL-Fcn. Will Wintringham Social Democratic Party HOME University of Monteverdi at Aureli
SL-Fcn. Ginger Day Social Democratic Party HOME University of Monteverdi
SL-Fcn. Alexander Mann Conservative Party HOME King's College
SL-Fcn. John Woodfin Conservative Party HOME San Micheli State University
SL-Fcn. Kenneth Simons Conservative Party HOME Einaudi Institute of Technology
SL-Fcn. Harmony Higgins Green Party HOME Port Gray University
SL-Fcn. Otis Cohen Green Party HOME Fitzgerald University
SL-Fcn. Eleanor Watson World Workers Party HOME Clarke University
SL-Fcn. Colin Gibbs World Workers Party HOME Arcuri Academy of Art
SL-Evl. Keith Shelton Liberal Party HOME Jacobi College
SL-Evl. Tyler Kerns Liberal Party HOME St. Alphaeus College
SL-Evl. Josephine Salter Liberal Party HOME San Micheli State University
SL-Evl. Kay Barker Liberal Party HOME King's College
SL-Evl. Batruke Oisen World Workers Party HOME Fitzgerald University
SL-Evl. Brooke Rowse World Workers Party HOME
SL-Evl. Francis Martin World Workers Party HOME King's College
SL-Evl. Tabitha Warner Conservative Party HOME Monteverdi Military Institute
SL-Evl. Del Langston Conservative Party HOME Monteverdi Military Institute
SL-Evl. Aaron Thompson Conservative Party HOME Port Gray University
SL-Evl. Mirabelle Abbott Liberty Party HOME San Micheli State University
SL-Bbo. Carlos Brown One Courelli Party HOME Clarke University
SL-Bbo. Tamara Davison One Courelli Party HOME University of West Giordiano
SL-Bbo. Trista Beck One Courelli Party HOME Fitzgerald University
SL-Bbo. Victor Woolridge One Courelli Party HOME Jacobi College
SL-Bbo. Adele Gray Conservative Party HOME Beckinridge College of Liberal Arts
SL-Bbo. Carmen Pauley Conservative Party HOME Port Gray University
SL-Bbo. Belinda Hunter Conservative Party HOME San Micheli State University
SL-Bbo. Sarah Gilles Dalinian Alliance HOME Monteverdi Military Institute
GR-Tls. Britney Hampton United Left Party Picci Clarke University
GR-Tls. Harley Blake United Left Party HOME
GR-Tls. Adam Marley United Left Party HOME Fitzgerald University
GR-Tls. Alison Patton United Left Party HOME Arcuri Academy of Art
GR-Tls. Myrtle Houle United Left Party HOME Port Gray University
GR-Tls. Clifford "Cliff" Holden United Left Party HOME San Micheli State University
GR-Tls. Kendall Lawson United Left Party HOME University of West Giordiano
GR-Tls. Jesse McBride United Left Party HOME King's College
GR-Tls. Bailey Terry United Left Party HOME Beckinridge College of Liberal Arts
GR-Tls. Mason Fields United Left Party HOME Clarke University
GR-Tls. Salena Hoyer United Left Party HOME Port Gray University
GR-Tls. Vera Conover Green Party HOME Fitzgerald University
GR-Tls. Tyne McDaniel Green Party HOME San Micheli State University
GR-Tls. Roxanne Burgess Green Party HOME Einaudi Institute of Technology
GR-Tls. Quinn George Green Party HOME Clarke University,
Cavalli Institute of Ecology
GR-Tls. Leopold Hardy Social Democratic Party HOME Clarke University
GR-Tls. Vince Hoffman Social Democratic Party HOME University of Monteverdi at Aureli
GR-Tls. Bartholomew Richardson Social Democratic Party HOME University of West Giordiano
GR-Tls. Lee Bacchus Conservative Party HOME University of West Giordiano
GR-Tls. Judy Garner Conservative Party HOME San Micheli State University
GR-Tls. Emily Kinsman Conservative Party HOME Clarke University
GR-Tls. Dorian Walton Liberty Party HOME University of West Giordiano
GR-Tls. Ivy Lane Liberty Party HOME University of West Giordiano
GR-Tls. Mark Burns Unity Party HOME King's College
GR-Tls. Albert Robinette Dalinian Alliance HOME Jacobi College,
Valentinian Divinity School
GR-Bco. Dr. Judy Meyer Green Party HOME Black Hill College,
Cavalli Institute of Ecology
GR-Bco. Dr. Alma Stephens Green Party HOME University of West Giordiano,
Clarke University
GR-Bco. Ashley Munoz Green Party HOME University of West Giordiano
GR-Bco. Jeffrey Axford Green Party HOME University of West Giordiano
GR-Bco. Clarissa Parham Green Party HOME Port Gray University
GR-Bco. Cecil Smith World Workers Party HOME University of West Giordiano
GR-Bco. Jane Kirk World Workers Party HOME Black Hill College
GR-Bco. Mason Currey World Workers Party HOME University of West Giordiano
GR-Bco. Laurel Turner One Courelli Party HOME Clarke University
GR-Bco. Philip Todd One Courelli Party HOME Clarke University
GR-Bco. Sheila Hall One Courelli Party HOME Port Gray University
GR-Bco. Hugh Bennett National Front HOME Port Gray University
GR-Bco. Reid Parry National Front HOME St. Margaret University
GR-Frn. Samantha Taylor World Workers Party HOME San Micheli State University
GR-Frn. Liam Kozak World Workers Party HOME Kirkham Naval Academy
GR-Frn. Donald Milam World Workers Party HOME San Micheli State University
GR-Frn. Jacob Fowler World Workers Party HOME
GR-Frn. Ollie Collins Green Party HOME Clarke University
GR-Frn. Patrick Shillingford Green Party HOME Clarke University
GR-Frn. Öffa keece-Akkua-Gan-Ous Green Party HOME San Micheli State University
GR-Frn. Mabel Covington United Left Party HOME Clarke University
GR-Frn. Del Preston United Left Party HOME Fitzgerald University
GR-Frn. Chelsea Goodman Unity Party HOME University of Monteverdi at Aureli
GR-Cml. Sterling Kelley Social Democratic Party HOME University of West Giordiano
GR-Cml. Waldo Glover Social Democratic Party HOME University of West Giordiano
GR-Cml. Rosemary Moss Social Democratic Party HOME Clarke University
GR-Cml. Belle Baldwin Liberal Party HOME Black Hill College
GR-Cml. Elias Doss Liberal Party HOME San Micheli State University
GR-Cml. Malcolm Weber Green Party HOME Settimio Valley Conservatory
GR-Cml. Frigga Gra-Azh-Dun-Ren Green Party HOME Port Gray University
GR-Cml. Morris West Liberty Party HOME Port Gray University
GR-Cml. Neil Riosa Dalinian Alliance HOME Arcuri Academy of Art
GR-Anz. Alexander McIntosh Unity Party HOME University of Monteverdi at Aureli
GR-Anz. Ash Wade Unity Party HOME Beckinridge College of Liberal Arts
GR-Anz. Iris Ruiz Liberty Party HOME Beckinridge College of Liberal Arts
GR-Anz. Dominic Bell Liberty Party HOME Clarke University
GR-Anz. Ellery Middleton Liberal Party HOME Beckinridge College of Liberal Arts
GR-Anz. Guinevere Tuck National Front HOME San Micheli State University
CS-Svo. Robert Manning Conservative Party Monte Gabrieli University of Monteverdi at Aureli
CS-Svo. Wanda Winningham Conservative Party HOME Black Hill College
CS-Svo. Forrest Byrd Conservative Party HOME Jacobi College
CS-Svo. Estelle Reid Conservative Party HOME King's College
CS-Svo. Stanley Fletcher Conservative Party HOME Black Hill College
CS-Svo. Sydney Hawkins Conservative Party HOME Clarke University
CS-Svo. Georgia Neal Conservative Party HOME Clarke University
CS-Svo. Jefferson Poe Conservative Party HOME San Micheli State University
CS-Svo. Archie Barnett Conservative Party HOME University of Monteverdi
CS-Svo. Ross Douglass Conservative Party HOME Fitzgerald University
CS-Svo. Cole Reese Dalinian Alliance HOME University of Monteverdi at Aureli
CS-Svo. Patricia Wolfe Dalinian Alliance HOME Jacobi College
CS-Svo. Roy Hancock Dalinian Alliance HOME University of Monteverdi
CS-Svo. Hayden Butler Dalinian Alliance HOME University of Monteverdi,
Valentinian Divinity School
CS-Svo. Apt. Bartholomew Curtis Dalinian Alliance HOME Jacobi College,
Archon Francesco IV National Seminary
CS-Svo. Ed Harvey One Courelli Party HOME Clarke University
CS-Svo. Simon Tingey One Courelli Party HOME Port Gray University
CS-Svo. Kerry Corbett One Courelli Party HOME University of Monteverdi
CS-Svo. Daphne Law One Courelli Party HOME Black Hill College
CS-Svo. Bradley Shaw Liberty Party HOME Port Gray University
CS-Svo. Cassandra Fennimore Unity Party HOME Clarke University
CS-Mzt. Siobhan Colville Conservative Party HOME University of Monteverdi at Aureli
CS-Mzt. Dale Bowman Conservative Party HOME University of Monteverdi at Aureli
CS-Mzt. Travis Weaver Conservative Party HOME Fitzgerald University
CS-Mzt. Phoebe Lee Conservative Party HOME King's College
CS-Mzt. Madeline Alexy Liberty Party HOME Clarke University
CS-Mzt. Grace Parkinson Liberty Party HOME San Micheli State University
CS-Mzt. Jenn Hodges Liberty Party HOME Port Gray University
CS-Mzt. Claire Delgado One Courelli Party HOME San Micheli State University
CS-Mzt. Paula White One Courelli Party HOME Black Hill College
CS-Mzt. Hadley Hottel Liberal Party HOME Port Gray University
CS-Svi. Lara Douban Conservative Party HOME Black Hill College
CS-Svi. Justin Chapman Conservative Party HOME Port Gray University
CS-Svi. Roxanne Parks Conservative Party HOME Clarke University
CS-Svi. Alan Wheatley Conservative Party HOME King's College
CS-Svi. Francis Dean Conservative Party HOME University of Monteverdi at Aureli
CS-Svi. David Robinson National Front HOME Kirkham Naval Academy
CS-Svi. Melinda Bova National Front HOME King's College (Giannini)
CS-Svi. Cheryl Schuman Dalinian Alliance HOME St. Alphaeus College
CS-Bni. Lindsey Beckett One Courelli Party HOME Jacobi College
CS-Bni. Jasper Duncan One Courelli Party HOME Beckinridge College of Liberal Arts
CS-Bni. Lionel Reed One Courelli Party HOME Black Hill College
CS-Bni. Godfrey Ford Conservative Party HOME Port Gray University
CS-Bni. Taylor McCarthy Conservative Party HOME Clarke University
CS-Bni. Alex Stephenson Liberty Party HOME Fitzgerald University
CS-Bni. Kayla Donado Liberty Party HOME Fitzgerald University
CS-Tbc. Prudence Lipsey Conservative Party HOME San Micheli State University
CS-Tbc. Tyler Cottingham Conservative Party HOME Black Hill College
CS-Tbc. Beatrice Hayes National Front HOME Black Hill College
CS-Tbc. Ykualos Brenro National Front HOME St. Alphaeus College,
Fitzgerald University
CS-Tbc. Irene Moore Dalinian Alliance HOME St. Alphaeus College
HI-Sgr. Maddagintil Rohasam Afafanua National Party Cilea University of Hart Isle,
William J. Bell School of Law
HI-Sgr. Afafanum Gillimaga Afafanua National Party Mangano Jacobi College
HI-Sgr. Bengœri Torajang Afafanua National Party Cilea Beckinridge College of Liberal Arts
HI-Sgr. Dakayakkani Ammadevi Afafanua National Party Cilea Clarke University
HI-Sgr. Rajkumari Bhuvana Conservative Party Valadi Monteverdi Military Institute
HI-Sgr. Opal Pena Conservative Party Leoni University of Hart Isle
HI-Sgr. Yolanda Lawrence Conservative Party Basile University of Monteverdi
HI-Sgr. Sharandosha Anjali United Left Party Leoni University of Hart Isle
HI-Sgr. Katherine Waters Green Party Mangano Black Hill College,
Cavalli Institute of Ecology
HI-Cfr. Ramakrishnan Sanjana Afafanua National Party Scelsi University of Hart Isle
HI-Cfr. Lavanyamada Aashita Afafanua National Party Gardella King's College (Scelsi)
HI-Cfr. Saravangal Dalinga Afafanua National Party Portoghesi University of Hart Isle
HI-Cfr. Saravanakumar Ambalavanan Afafanua National Party Mendini Totti University,
Sewell Academy of Statecraft and Diplomacy
HI-Cfr. Saldinalaksi Haymalla Afafanua National Party Michelucci King's College (Scelsi)
HI-Bvn. Pavaneyalaki Mallakam Afafanua National Party Aymonino University of Hart Isle
HI-Bvn. Ngendok Garudamaga Afafanua National Party San Scarpa Malikaḷjanggama School of Ṭeḷḷaṇgganayaṃṃa
HI-Bvn. Muttanayana Karavaladevi Afafanua National Party Samona Malikaḷjanggama School of Ṭeḷḷaṇgganayaṃṃa
HI-Bvn. Movanaiya Shevalli Afafanua National Party Artusi University of Hart Isle
HI-Lgh. Mahayappam Ghiredeva Afafanua National Party Mollino King's College (Scelsi)
HI-Lgh. Korakinthil Jakoppi Afafanua National Party Gabbugiani University of Hart Isle
HI-Lgh. Korakinthil Jakoppamma Afafanua National Party Alimeni University of Hart Isle
HI-Qcn. Srinivasa Darikari Afafanua National Party Ponti Malikaḷjanggama School of Ṭeḷḷaṇgganayaṃṃa
HI-Qcn. Kejaveng Sukarno Afafanua National Party Chiariglione

Powers & Duties

The Constitution provides several unique functions for the National Assembly that form its ability to "check and balance" the powers of other elements of the Government.

The Governor can make certain appointments only with the advice and consent of the Assembly. Officials whose appointments require the Assembly's approval include members of the Cabinet, heads of most executive agencies, ambassadors, and judges of the National Judicial Pool. Typically, a nominee is first subject to a hearing before an Standing Committee. Thereafter, the nomination is considered by the full Assembly. The majority of nominees are confirmed, but in a small number of cases each year, Assembly Committees purposely fail to act on a nomination to block it. In addition, the Governor sometimes withdraws nominations when they appear unlikely to be confirmed. Because of this, outright rejections of nominees on the Assembly floor are infrequent.

The National Assembly also has a role in ratifying treaties. The Constitution provides that the Governor may only "make Treaties, provided two thirds of the National Assembly concur." However, not all international agreements are considered treaties under Courellian law, even if they are considered treaties under international law. The National Assembly has passed laws authorizing the Governor to conclude executive agreements without action by the Assembly. However, executive agreements are not mentioned in the Constitution, leading some scholars to suggest that they unconstitutionally circumvent the treaty-ratification process. However, courts have upheld the validity of such agreements.

The National Assembly has the power to elect the Governor or Lieutenant Governor if no candidate receives a majority of votes in the general election, but must choose from the two candidates with the highest numbers of votes.

The National Assembly can overthrow the executive government (that is, Governor and cabinet Secretaries) by a motion of no confidence. For this reason, the Governor and their cabinet are typically from the dominant coalition in the Assembly. In the case of a Governor and Assembly from opposing parties, this leads to the situation known as cohabitation.

While motions of no confidence are periodically proposed by the opposition following government actions that it deems highly inappropriate, they are purely rhetorical; party discipline ensures that, throughout an Assembly term, the government is never overthrown by the Assembly. Since the formation of the Republic, there has only been one single successful motion of no confidence: in 1909, the National Assembly ousted Gov. Charles Springer and his Government.

The Speaker

The Constitution authorizes the National Assembly to elect a Speaker of the National Assembly, who presides over the National Assembly. The Speaker is, by custom, the Member of the Majority Party with the longest record of continuous service.

The Speaker (or designee) sits in a chair in the front of the Assembly Chamber. The presiding officer calls on Members to speak (by the rules of the Assembly, the first Member who rises is recognized); rules on points of order (objections by Members that a rule has been breached, subject to appeal to the whole chamber); and announces the results of votes.

Procedure

Daily Sessions

The National Assembly uses Standing Rules for operation. The Speaker (or designee) enforces the rules of the National Assembly, and may warn members who deviate from them. The The Speaker (or designee) sometimes uses a gavel to maintain order.

Sessions of the Assembly are generally open to the public and are broadcast live on television.

The Constitution provides that a majority of the Assembly constitutes a quorum to do business. Under the rules and customs of the Assembly, a quorum is always assumed present unless a quorum call explicitly demonstrates otherwise.

Debate

Debate, like most other matters governing the internal functioning of the National Assembly, is governed by internal rules adopted by the Assembly.

During debate, Members may only speak if called upon by the Speaker (or designee), but the Speaker (or designee) is required to recognize the first Member who rises to speak. Thus, the Speaker (or designee) has little control over the course of debate. Customarily, however, the Majority Leader and Minority Leader are accorded priority during debates even if another Member rises first. All speeches must be addressed to the Speaker (or designee), who is addressed as "Mr. Speaker" or "Madam Speaker", and not to another Member; other Members must be referred to in the third person. In most cases, Members do not refer to each other by name, but by Province or position, using forms such as "the Member from Monteverdi", "the gentleman from Falceri", or "my distinguished friend the Chairman of the Judiciary Committee". Members address the Assembly standing next to their desk.

Apart from rules governing civility, there are few restrictions on the content of speeches; there is no requirement that speeches pertain to the matter before the Assembly.

The rules of the Assembly provide that no Member may make more than two speeches on a motion or bill on the same day. The length of these speeches is not limited by the rules; thus, in most cases, Members may speak for as long as they please. In other cases (for example, for the budget process), limits are imposed by statute. However, the right to unlimited debate is generally preserved.

Voting

When debate concludes, the motion in question is put to a vote. The Speaker (or designee) puts the question, and Members respond either "Yea/Aye" (in favor of the motion) or "Nay" (against the motion). When a recorded vote is held, the Speaker (or designee) calls the roll of the Assembly in alphabetical order; Members respond when their name is called. The Speaker (or designee) then announces the result of the vote. A majority of those voting determines whether the motion carries. If the vote is tied, the Lieutenant Governor is entitled to cast a tie-breaking vote.

Closed Session

On occasion, the National Assembly may go into what is called a secret or closed session. During a closed session, the chamber doors are closed, cameras are turned off, and the galleries are completely cleared of anyone not essential to the session. Closed sessions are rare and usually held only when the Assembly is discussing sensitive subject matter such as information critical to national security, private communications from the Governor, or deliberations during impeachment trials. If the Assembly does not approve release of a secret transcript, the transcript is sent to the National Archives. The proceedings remain sealed indefinitely until the Assembly votes to remove the injunction of secrecy.

Calendars

The National Assembly maintains an Assembly Calendar and an Executive Calendar. The former identifies bills and resolutions awaiting Assembly floor actions. The latter identifies executive resolutions, treaties, and nominations reported out by committee(s) and awaiting Assembly floor action. Both are updated each day the Assembly is in session.

Committees

The National Assembly uses Committees (and their subcommittees) for a variety of purposes, including the review of bills and the oversight of the executive branch. Formally, the whole Assembly appoints Committee Members.

Most Committee work is performed by 16 Standing Committees, each of which has jurisdiction over a field, such as finance or foreign relations. Each standing committee may consider, amend, and report bills that fall under its jurisdiction. Furthermore, each standing committee considers Executive nominations to offices related to its jurisdiction. For instance, the Judiciary Committee considers nominees for judgeships, and the Foreign Relations Committee considers nominees for positions in the Department of State. Committees may block nominees and impede bills from reaching the floor of the Assembly. Standing committees also oversee the departments and agencies of the executive branch. In discharging their duties, standing committees have the power to hold hearings and to subpoena witnesses and evidence.

The Assembly also has several committees that are not considered standing committees. Such bodies are generally known as select or special committees; examples include the Select Committee on Ethics and the Special Committee on Aging. Legislation is referred to some of these committees, although the bulk of legislative work is performed by the standing committees.

Judicial

Article V of the Constitution establishes the national judicial system of the Republic of Courelli, comprised of a High Court, six Provincial Courts, and numerous District Courts, as established by law. All judges are appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the National Assembly, and serve a lifetime term. However, judges are not appointed to any specific seat; instead, judges are appointed to a judicial pool, and randomly assigned a post via sortition every year. The Founders considered this to be symbolic of the unity of the national judiciary, with NAME, Constitutional Convention Delegate for Casella, stating: "One shall not be able to simply travel to one corner of our country and get a vastly different ruling than in another; we are one country, of laws and not of men!"

High Court

The High Court (comprised of 7 judges selected by sortition from the national judicial pool) adjudicates matters pertaining to the Government, disputes between Provinces, and interpretation of the Constitution, and may declare legislation or executive action unconstitutional. The High Court's power extends to cases arising under the Constitution, an Act of the National Assembly, an executive action, or a treaty; cases affecting ambassadors, ministers and consuls of foreign countries; controversies to which the Government is a party; and controversies between Provinces. The High Court is also tasked with hearing appeals of the decisions of Provincial Courts.

Title Name Appointed Appointer
Chief Judge 40px Henry J. Lowe 1999 Gov. Wilson Murphy
Senior Judge 40px Cecilia Wheeler 1987 Gov. Augustus Pero
Senior Judge 40px Glenn Henderson 2005 Gov. Mary Dyson
Associate Judge 40px Jonathan Barnes 2011 Gov. Michael Wallace
Associate Judge 40px Alexandra Rowland 2015 Gov. Michael Wallace
Associate Judge 40px Emerson Doyle 2017 Gov. Joshua B. Thomas
Associate Judge 40px Abigail Baker-Hill 2019 Gov. Joshua B. Thomas

Provincial Courts

Below the High Court are the six Provincial Courts (each comprised of 5 judges selected by sortition from the national judicial pool), established by the National Assembly in 1723, which are the general appeals courts for law. Furthermore, the Provincial Courts have original jurisdiction over disputes between municipalities within their Province.

Title Name Appointed Appointer
Province of Einaudi
Chief Judge Victoria Cooke Example Example
Senior Judge Joseph Bell Example Example
Associate Judge Martha George Example Example
Associate Judge Kimberly Stephenson Example Example
Associate Judge Addison Young Example Example
Province of Monteverdi
Chief Judge Jeremiah Holland Example Example
Senior Judge Eloise Burns Example Example
Associate Judge Example Example Example
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Province of Salieri
Chief Judge Ellis Williamson Example Example
Senior Judge Isabella Taylor Example Example
Associate Judge Example Example Example
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Province of Giordiano
Chief Judge Melissa Benson-Hayes Example Example
Senior Judge Joshua Snyder Example Example
Associate Judge Example Example Example
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Province of Casella
Chief Judge Peter Townsend, Jr. Example Example
Senior Judge Ruth Payne Example Example
Associate Judge Example Example Example
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Province of Hart Isle
Chief Judge Elizabeth Emerson Example Example
Senior Judge Nicholas Knight Example Example
Associate Judge Holly Hunt Example Example
Associate Judge Aaron Gibbs Example Example
Associate Judge Oliver Jennings Example Example

District Courts

Below the Provincial Courts are numerous District Courts (each comprised of 3 judges selected by sortition from the national judicial pool), established by the National Assembly in 1771, which are the general trial courts for law. The Provincial Courts' power extends both to civil actions for damages and other redress, and to criminal cases arising under law.

Other Courts

Other courts, such as the bankruptcy and tax courts, are specialized courts handling only certain kinds of cases.

Diplomacy

Courellian Mission to the Social Liberal Union

Courellian Mission
to the
Social Liberal Union
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Courellian Permanent Representative
to the
Social Liberal Union
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Incumbent
Randall Reid
Executive Branch of the Courellian Government
Term Length At the pleasure of the Governor
Office TBA

The Courellian Mission to the Social Liberal Union is the formal title of the Courellian delegation to the Social Liberal Union (SLU), and is the primary channel for communications between the Courellian government and the Social Liberal Union. Each nation in the SLU has a similar delegation. The Courellian Mission joined the SLU on April 17, 2017, and has been an active voice in the group ever since.

The Mission advances Courellian objectives and interests in the world through diplomacy, negotiation, and daily monitoring of SLU activities. The Mission covers a wide range of the government's objectives, from the peaceful settlements of disputes to protecting the environment; from respect for human rights to promoting sustainable development. The Courellian Mission to the Social Liberal Union is the vital link between the Courellian government and the Union. Its principal roles are to promote Courellian interests in the SLU, and to keep government ministers and departments informed about SLU discussions.

The Social Liberal Union is an indispensable organization for a globalizing world. Through treaties, dialogue, negotiation, relationships, and the capacity to implement decisions, the SLU helps to preserve our sovereignty, protect our key interests and defend our values. It also helps us to develop the mutual understanding we need to resolve our differences - to forge compromises and agreements, and to combine our energies for the common good.

The Courellian Permanent Representative to the Social Liberal Union (commonly called the Courellian Ambassador to the SLU) is the official representative of the Republic of Courelli to the Social Liberal Union.

The Representative, currently Randall Reid, is charged with representing Courelli in the SLU Open Parliament, except in the rare situation in which a more senior officer (such as the Secretary of State or the Governor) is present. The Representative has the rank of Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary and is appointed by the Governor (in consultation with the Secretary of State) and confirmed by the National Assembly.

Courellian Mission to the World Assembly

Courellian Mission
to the
World Assembly
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Courellian Permanent Representative
to the
World Assembly
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Incumbent
Morgan O'Gallagher
Executive Branch of the Courellian Government
Term Length At the pleasure of the Governor
Office TBA

The Courellian Mission to the World Assembly is the formal title of the Courellian delegation to the World Assembly (WA), and is the primary channel for communications between the Courellian government and the World Assembly. Each nation in the WA has a similar delegation. The Courellian Mission joined the World Assembly on April 17, 2017.

The Mission advances Courellian objectives and interests in the world through diplomacy, negotiation, and daily monitoring of WA activities. The Mission covers a wide range of the government's objectives, from the peaceful settlements of disputes to protecting the environment; from respect for human rights to promoting sustainable development. The Courellian Mission to the World Assembly is the vital link between the Courellian government and the World Assembly. Its principal roles are to promote Courellian interests in the World Assembly, and to keep government ministers and departments informed about WA discussions.

The World Assembly is an indispensable organization for a globalizing world. Through treaties, dialogue, negotiation, relationships, and the capacity to implement decisions, the WA helps to preserve our sovereignty, protect our key interests and defend our values. It also helps us to develop the mutual understanding we need to resolve our differences - to forge compromises and agreements, and to combine our energies for the common good.

The Courellian Permanent Representative to the World Assembly (commonly called the Courellian Ambassador to the WA) is the official representative of the Republic of Courelli to the World Assembly.

The Representative, currently Morgan O'Gallagher, is charged with representing Courelli in the WA General Assembly and Security Council, except in the rare situation in which a more senior officer (such as the Secretary of State or the Governor) is present. The Representative has the rank of Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary and is appointed by the Governor (in consultation with the Secretary of State) and confirmed by the National Assembly.

Other Ambassadors of the Republic of Courelli

Please note that the information in this list is subject to change due to regular personnel changes resulting from retirements and reassignments. The Department of State posts updated lists of ambassadors approximately monthly.

Host country Ambassador Confirmed
Ainland Flag.png Ainland Courelli Ainland Ambassador.png Courtney Campbell September 15, 2017
Anaaxes Flag.png Anaaxes Courelli Anaaxes Ambassador.png Nathaniel Hollinsworth May 4, 2017
Auze Flag.png Auze Courelli Auze Ambassador.png Amelia Gardner December 23, 2018
Avaerilon Flag.png Avaerilon Courelli Avaerilon Ambassador.png Dr. Jameson Holloway July 22, 2017
Brys Questions Flag.png Brys Questions Courelli Brys Questions Ambassador.png Kyra Day November 10, 2019
Eggy Flag.png Eggy216 Courelli Eggy Ambassador.png Ruben Swanson June 8, 2017
Federalized States Flag.png Federalized States Courelli Federalized States Ambassador.png Alexander Davis, Jr. May 22, 2020
Ganduni Flag.png Ganduni Courelli Ganduni Ambassador.png Heidi Thompson August 1, 2020
Goncar Flag.jpg Goncar Courelli Goncar Ambassador.png Caleb Hart October 22, 2018
Harndon Flag.png Harndon Courelli Harndon Ambassador.png Ruby Lowe June 27, 2018
Heejunia Flag.png Heejunia Courelli Heejunia Ambassador.png Christopher Cook June 14, 2020
Helvurium Flag.png Helvurium Courelli Helvurium Ambassador.png Arthur Rollins May 12, 2019
Hirematia Flag.svg Hirematia Courelli Hirematia Ambassador.png Aaron McAlister October 3, 2018
Imuneco Flag.png Imuneco Courelli Imuneco Ambassador.png Martha Brooks July 25, 2020
Jyskmark Flag.png Jyskmark Courelli Jyskmark Ambassador.png Samuel Denson April 9, 2020
Kanoria Flag.png Kanoria Courelli Kanoria Ambassador.png Caroline Osborne July 15, 2017
Koiho Flag.png Koiho Courelli Koiho Ambassador.png Kimberly Wilkins November 7, 2018
Mons Garle Flag.png Mons Garle Courelli Mons Garle Ambassador.png Maurice Hodge June 2, 2017
New Lettia Flag.png New Lettia Courelli New Lettia Ambassador.png Andrew Boyle March 25, 2018
Omerica Flag.png Omerica Courelli Omerica Ambassador.png Katherine Murphy February 12, 2018
Paschimbanga Flag.png Paschimbanga Courelli Paschimbanga Ambassador.png Christopher Robertson August 30, 2020
Ramelia Flag.svg Ramelia Courelli Ramelia Ambassador.png John C. Dobbs, Jr. September 27, 2019
Wildy Flag.png Wildy Courelli Wildy Ambassador.png Gregory Nicholson December 11, 2019