The supreme - and only -
national level government in Abakia is the Soviet (Savjet,
Совет) itself, a council made
up of forty representatives, direct-elected for four-year terms. The
Soviet accumulates the functions normally delegated to both the
Executive and Legislative branches in other nations: it is capable of
passing and repelling legislation, conducting the country's diplomatic
policies, etc. Every decision must be put on vote and approved by at
least twenty-one (that is, half plus one) of its members.
The current Soviet
Nominated by the Soviet
are the Offices, responsible for the day-by-day running of the country.
The Offices and their directors are:
Office of Education,
Culture and Sports: Vassili Zaitsevinishi
Office of Defense and
Intelligence: Anton Eklani
Office of Agriculture
and Fishing: Elena Mikhoi
Office of Public
Works and Engineering: Piotr Ranzinza
Office of Industry, Electricity, Mining and Labor: Ax Kazaki
Communications: Almatu Dinmukhamed
Office of Transportation and Tourism: Aliba Kurmana
Office of Judicial
Affairs: Eny Doputeirova
Office of Economy, Finances and Trade: Eugene Zheni
The cities are run by a
mayor, also direct-elected for four-year terms. The mayors may take part
on the Soviet sessions, although they can not vote. Also, there is no
intermediate (that is, state or provincial) government between the
cities and the Soviet.
Politics in Abakia are
driven based on the three supreme ideals of Democracy, Justice and Peace.
Democracy implies that the Abaki Soviet is a democratic country and a
market economy, repudiating any type of non-democratic systems. Justice
is a complement of Democracy, meaning that no Abaki citizen is greater
than any other and all are subject to the law. And Peace comes with
Justice, meaning that Abakia will guide its foreign and internal
policies on the peaceful resolution of conflicts.