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The government of Cresia comprises three distinct branches of government: a legislative, an executive and a judiciary. These branches and their various powers are delineated in the Constitution of Cresia; the powers are specified in greater detail in laws enacted by Congress.

The seats of government of Cresia are in Rohenna and Gesenna, geographical areas that are not located within any province.

The national motto of Cresia is You know, for kids!


The Republic of Cresia is a federation of provinces. Its government comprises three branches:

  • Legislative: The bicameral Congress is comprised of the Senate and the Parliament.
  • Executive: The president is the head of state, and the prime minister is the head of government.
  • Judicial: The chief justice is the president of the Supreme Court, which comprises the chief justice and four associate justices.


The outline of the government of Cresia is laid out in the Constitution. The government was formed in 34894 DT. The Cresian government is based on the principle of federalism, in which power is shared between the national government and provincial governments.

The Constitution of Cresia is itself based on the Constitution of Avana, the oldest constitution in the Cresian System.

Legislative branch[]

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The Congress of Cresia is the legislative branch of the national government. It is bicameral, comprising the Parliament and the Senate. The legislative branch is the oldest branch of the government, as the Congress had drafted the Constitution.

Executive branch[]

The executive power in the national government is vested in the President of Cresia, although power is often delegated to the Prime Minister, the Cabinet members, and other officials. The President is elected by a popular vote. The President is limited to a maximum of two ten-year terms.

Judicial branch[]

The judiciary consists of the Constitutional Court, the Supreme Court, the Appellate Courts, and the General Courts.