by Max Barry

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The Democratic system of United Pine

Democracy in United Pine and leadership
United Pine is one of the oldest democracies in the world, after the Britannia Empire. Modern democracy or true democracy also known as parliamentary/direct democracy was founded by the Britannia Empire in 1215 the (empire began in 1201) United Pine was originally founded upon 1466 and was set up to have a monarch but as well a parliament. The parliament government is a British style system taken directly of the Britannia Empire. When we left the Britannia Empire in 1740 we introduced a slight change, the position of Non aligned, parties in parliament that chose not to even sit or side with opposition but not ally with the government. Also allying with the government but not holding a coalition was a new thing introduced in 1740. The total of Non aligned and Opposition however is still to be combined.

Historic power share between Monarchy and Prime Minister (and from 1466-1554 Chancellor of the Exchequer was highest role)
The power share always has been in favour of Parliament same with the Britannia Empire, in United Pine from 1740-1810 (70 years) Parliament held 70% control over the nation while as the Monarch 30%. By 1871 parliament had full control.

United Pine also has a higher decision clarifying and legitimation of new changes and laws, like the British or known now as Infinite Country, a House of Lords. The monarch also has to sign of the final decision to ensure true national approval of the fairly debated process.