Seal of government

Official seal of the Indralan government

The Government and politics of Indrala takes place within the framework of a unitary semi-presidential republic. Power is divided between the executive, legislative and judicial branches. Various elections are held and numerous political parties exist.


Indrala's constitution is loose, stipulating the powers of the various branches of government but allowing flexibility by empowering the legislature, currently the National Conference, to amend it with only a two-thirds vote.

Political institutionsEdit


Main article: Chancellor of Indrala

In Indrala, the head of state is the directly elected Chancellor. The Chancellor is the leader of the cabinet and in charge of governing the nation. Prior to the introduction of the position of Chancellor, the President was the head of state.


The cabinet is led by the Chancellor and must be approved by an absolute majority in the National Conference.


In Indrala, the National Assembly is the legislative branch of government. It is a unicameral legislature, composed of six-hundred-and-sixty-eight individuals elected by a specific district. Regional list proportional representation is used for National Assembly elections.

Relatively speaking, the legislature is perceived to be the most powerful branch of government. All legislation must pass before the National Assembly in order to become law and executive power is limited to proposing ratification of treaties and bringing forth spending and revenue proposals.

In contrast, the legislature can approve or oppose ratification of treaties, constitutional amendments, normal legislation and budget plans. Furthermore, the National Assembly can effectively remove the head of state from office by calling early elections (which requires only an absolute majority vote).


In Indrala, the body with supreme judicial power is the High Court of Indrala.

Political partiesEdit

Party Congressional Seats Ideology
Republic's Conservatives
270 / 688
Lotus Party
199 / 688
Phoenix party
199 / 668
National Freedom party.
0 / 688


In Indrala, the most significant elections are for the Chancellor and the National Conference. Both are held at the same time as one another, usually every six years, though early elections can be called by a majority vote of the legislature.

Indrala articles
History Mesing - Gemu-Teng - Great Xinhan - Alorian Protectorate - War of Independence - Southern Hemisphere War - Mingzhi
Geography Ma-Gan River - Anle Range - Tebie Desert - Baitian Valley
Politics Chancellor - National Assembly - Political parties
Demographics Ethnic Groups: Indralan
Religion: Jienism - Daenism (Mazdâyanâ, Zenshō)
Culture Monarchy - Nobility - Sport
Economy Agriculture - Banking - Tourism