Roles Of The Monarch
The Soviet Monarch is the Head of State in The Great Soviet Union , and the country’s face. The Soviet President has the authority over the courts, is commander-in-chief of the armed forces As a result, the Soviet King appoints ministers, judges, diplomats, bishops, governors and some officers in the armed forces. He or she is head of the executive branch of government in the kingdom of the Soviet Union and must officially assent to a Bill from Cabinet in order for it to become a law.
But upon the Nation Going in Crisis mode the Soviet Monarch Shall take full authority of Power
Roles of the Prime Minister
The prime minister is the presiding and actual head of the government and head of the executive branch. In such systems, the head of state or the head of state's official representative the monarch usually holds a largely ceremonial position, although often with reserve powers. The prime minister is often, but not always, a member of parliament and is expected with other ministers to ensure the passage of bills through the legislature. In some monarchies the monarch may also exercise executive powers (known as the royal prerogative) which are constitutionally vested in the crown and can be exercised without the approval of parliament.
The Roles Of The Soviet Council Members
The soviet council members are in charge of there districts and controlling them in a nice way they meet with the people and hold elections they are the voices of there people they must meet with the monarch and the prime minister every 3 weeks to disguise whats happening and whats new.
City / Town Mayors
Mayors are in charge of there town or city and run the town in a orderly fashion