I think it should be set up the way the U.S is and that would be a Constitutional Democracy with a three-tier system. The role of the parties would consist of Judiciary which would be independent and elected just like the U.S. does. However, the highest court would be just like the U.S. providing a Constitutional Court that states “Equal Justice under Law” these particular courts only deal with cases that only pertain to the constitutional rights of others wellbeing. Consequently, the Supreme Courts does the opposite anything not pertaining to the Constitution; but also their duty is to help maintain the Legislation and Jurisdiction by simply interpret the law. Nevertheless, I would consider Legislation as being a branch that I would consider because it sets the stage as far as how things supposed to be ran from state to state. However, the most popular province would be able to benefit from this decision. Despite how small any province might be they would still be treated fair and given a chance to partake in being a part of this important decision. Importantly, enough the party with the majority of votes from congress will be allowed to form the members as far as the president and the Vice President of the country which will represent the Executive Branch. As an illustration from the National Council of Churches, “The NCC Governing Board meets three times a year.” However, the board would consist of leaders that are already present and they would include the following President, V-President, Chair Person, Co- Chair Person, General Secretary, and Board of Trustees etc.
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