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A Guide to Elections in the Union of Democratic States

The UDS conducts presidential elections every three months: January, April, July, and October. Senate Elections are held every two months on: February, April, June, August, October, and December. The Judiciary and Commission serve 6 month terms from March to August, and September through February.

Government Interworkings

  • Executive
    • The President and Vice President are elected by the citizens on the first day of January, April, July, and October and serve for a term of three months.
    • The President appoints various Ministers which require a confirmation vote of the Senate to take office.
  • Senate
    • The number of seats in the Senate are calculated by the mean number of voters in the last three Senate elections divided by four and rounded up.
    • Senators are elected by the citizens on the first day of February, April, June, August, October, and December and serve for a term of two months.
    • The Senate elects one among their ranks to serve as Speaker who appoints a Deputy Speaker.
  • Judiciary
    • The Chief Justice is elected by the citizens whenever a vacancy arises and requires a confirmation vote of the Senate to take office.
    • The Chief Justice appoints the Deputy Chief Justice and the Associate Justice which require a confirmation vote of the Senate to take office.
  • Commission
    • The Chief Commissioner is appointed by the President whenever a vacancy arises and requires a confirmation vote of the Senate to take office.
    • The Chief Commissioner appoints the Deputy Commissioner.
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    Dec 27, 2021
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