President of Ferngill
The President of the Republic of Ferngill is the head of state of Ferngill. The constitution states that the president is the embodiment of executive power, the commander-in-chief, "the representative of Ferngill in domestic and foreign policies", and that he/she "will have immunity [from prosecuted] during his time in office." The President holds power through his executive office, the Presidential Administration, consisting of a group of secretaries and ministers. In addition, there is a Cabinet that carries out economic and social policy and a Security Council on foreign, military and judicial affairs.
The main office of the president is the Palace of Saint-Denis in Léopoldville. The current President is Katerina Jas & Naname Mikio, in office since 5 March 2020.
|President of the Ferngill Republic
Président de la République ferngill
|Style||Madam President (title)|
Her Excellency (diplomatic)
|Status||Head of State|
|Member of||Council of Ministers of Ferngill|
Defence and National Security Council
|Residence||Palace of the Republic|
|Term length||Seven years, renewable once consecutively|
|Constituting instrument||Constitution of Ferngilli|
|Inaugural holder||Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte|
|Formation||1848 (July Revolution)|
Selection process and tenure
Candidates for President must be Ferngill citizens Over the age of 23 and have lived in Ferngill for at least 10 years. Under Ferngill's Constitution, a person may serve as President for a maximum of two terms.
Each faction in Congress has the right to nominate a candidate for presidential elections. The minimum number of signatures for a presidential candidate submitted by a political party without congressional representation is 500 signatures, prior to the amendment of the law. Each faction in Congress has the right to nominate a candidate for the election. presidential election. Before the amendment of the law, a candidate nominated by a political party without parliamentary representation must have at least 100 signatures.
The official inauguration of the President is held publicly, taking place with the participation of Ferngill state officials (representatives of political parties, mass organizations, military personnel, religious figures), government members, National Assembly deputies, presidential family, foreign representatives and other guests.
It is held within three days after the Constitutional Court confirms the president-elect, in which the president swears the following oath:
"I swear, while exercising the powers of the President of the Republic of Ferngill, in accordance with the Constitution of the Republic of Ferngill, to protect the independence and territorial integrity of the state and to serve the people with respect."
Powers and responsibilities
Guarantor of the Constitution
As guarantor of the Constitution and the entire constitutional system of laws, the president ensures that the constitutions, laws and regulations of the territories constituting Ferngill fully comply with the Constitution and federal laws of the country nation.
The President is given many powers to carry out the foreign policy of the state. The President determines Ferngill's position in international affairs and represents the state in international relations, conducts negotiations and signs documents.
The President serves as the Supreme Commander-in-Chief of the Ferngill Armed Forces. In this capacity, he or she has the right to declare martial law while in office.