We, the residents of Westfalen Westphalia, compose this document in order to lay out the structure of the region. This document goes forth in order to regulate the government and assign it roles and give it limitations.
The Legislator will be from this point forward referred to as the Parliament of Westfal Westphalia.
The Parliament will be composed of one parliamentarian per every ten residents of the region. Legislators serve 3-month terms and face no term limits.
The Parliament has the power to compose legislation, which may be introduced to the Parliament. Bills may be passed into law by a simple majority vote.
In case of requiring a trial to occur in the region, the Parliament will act as the Jury for such occasions. As Jury, they will have the power to determine guilt or innocence by a simple majority vote.
The Executive will be from this point forward referred to as the Chancellor of Westfal Westphalia.
The Chancellor must be a resident of the region for at least one month, as well as have no history of raiding. Chancellors serve 6-month terms and face a two-term limit.
The Chancellor has the power to assign a cabinet of counselors and holds the abilities of polls, border control, embassies, and communications. The Chancellor also has the ability to introduce legislation and vote as a normal Parliamentarian.
The Monarch of Westfalen Westphalia is a hereditary role. The Monarch must have no history of raiding. The Monarch may appoint an heir in case of CTE or abdication. If no heir is apparent, the Chancellor inherits the Monarchy. If the Chancellor refuses to become Monarch, an election will be held where the winner is decided by a simple-majority vote.
The Monarch serves as the WA delegate, as well as Goodwill Ambassador to other regions abroad. As well, if a tie ever occurs in the Parliament, they serve as the deciding vote.
In case of requiring a trial to occur in the region, the Monarch will act as the Judge for such occasions. As Judge, they will have the power to organize the trial as they see fit, as well as assign punishment to the convicted.