Government of the South Pacific
Government of the South Pacific|
31 December 2002|
the South Pacific|
Prime Minister of the South Pacific|
Delegate of the South Pacific|
Executive Branch of the Government of the South Pacific|
Assembly of the South Pacific|
Executive Offices - thesouthpacific.org|
The South Pacific|
Council on Regional Security|
The Government of the South Pacific is the network of institutions that govern the South Pacific, consisting of multiple branches. The roles and responsibilities of government bodies are set out in the Charter of the Coalition of South Pacific.
Branches of Government
The Delegate of the South Pacific is the head of state of the South Pacific and responsible for helping maintain the security of the region, promoting growth and activity, and serving as an advisor to the forumside government.
Assembly of the South Pacific
The Assembly of the South Pacific is the supreme legislative authority in the South Pacific. It has existed in some form since 2003. Members of the Assembly, known as Legislators, vote on the laws and representative officials of the South Pacific. It is administered by the Chair of the Assembly.
The Local Council is the local government of the in-game community.
The High Court of the South Pacific is the judicial branch of the South Pacific, responsible for interpreting law and presiding over criminal trials.
Council on Regional Security
The Council on Regional Security is the government body that monitors and responds to regional security issues.
Offices of the Coalition
Offices of the Coalition are the Delegate, the Prime Minister and Cabinet ministers, the Chair of the Assembly, Local Councillors, the Chief Justice, and any of their appointed deputies. For the purposes of separation of powers, a person can only hold one of these offices at a time. If someone already holding an office runs for election or is appointed to any other office, they automatically resign from the office they currently hold.