Imperial Senate of Lehmark

Yearly Elections are held by 1 January and 1 June for State Members of Senate (State Representatives), to provide the States of Lehmark and by extension, every Citizen a stronger voice in national policy and direction. The Senate forms the highest administrative body of Lehmark and is comprised of the important people of State. The Senate provides advice to the Emperor and Autocrat in regards to all areas of policy, legislation and development, which is taken into consideration when introducing new policy and directives .

Senate Membership is made up of the following people:

  • Emperor and Autocrat of Lehmark.

  • Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.

  • Ministers of the Imperial Government.

  • Agency Leaders of the Imperial Government.

  • State Members of Senate.

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Imperial Senate Membership: February 2021 - JUne 2021

Emperor and Autocrat of Lehmark

Minister of Internal Affairs

Minister of the Treasury

Chief Archivist of Lehmark

Acting Chief Justice of the Supreme Court

His Imperial Majesty, William Lehman I.

State Senator for the State of Armstrong

Minister of Foreign Affairs

Minister of Envrionmental Protection

Peter Gumley, Count of Armstrong, Lord Baron of Raasay, GIOL.

Attorney-General of Lehmark

Karthik Aswathnarayanan

State Senator for the State of Salop

Minister for Sports

Minister for Science

Ann Crowhurst, Countess of Salop

State Senator for the State of Saint George

Post-Master General of the Lehmark Postal Service

Yannick Beuvelet, Count of Saint George

State Senator for the State of Kokoda

Garrett Jones

Vacant Senatorial Positions

  • Minister of Education

  • Chief Public Prosecutor

  • Director of National Security

  • Chief Justice of the Supreme Court

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Imperial Decree LIX - On Imperial Senate of Lehmark

The Purpose of the Imperial Senate of Lehmark: Will form the highest administrative body of Lehmark and will be comprised of the important people of State. The Senate will provide advice to the Emperor and Autocrat in regards to all areas of policy, legislation and development.

Senate Membership will be made up of the following:

  • Emperor and Autocrat of Lehmark.

  • Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.

  • Ministers of the Imperial Government.

  • Agency Leaders of the Imperial Government.

  • State Members of Senate.

Senate Regulations:

  • The Emperor and Autocrat may appoint someone to the Senate, when acting upon the advice of the Senate majority; or if they have expert experience.

  • A Senator’s term will be defined by the Emperor and Autocrat or necessary legislation.

  • The Constitution of Lehmark forbids the creation of any legislative assemblies, therefore the Imperial Senate of Lehmark will not be granted legislative capacity and will serve as an advisory body to the Head of State; and in this capacity forms the policy making body of the Empire. Exercise of legislative and executive power is done so by the Emperor and Autocrat as per the Constitution. The Emperor and Autocrat may choose to hold a Senatorial Vote on legislation and Imperial Decree; however, this vote is not legally binding on the Emperor and Autocrat.

  • The Senate may employ nation wide Referendum’s when deciding on major legislation, or at the Emperor and Autocrat discretion. These Referendums would not be legally binding and would be used to gather the will of the people.

  • The Imperial Senate, by this Decree, must be consulted when introducing new Memorandum on National Development Plans. General wording changes and minor updates are not required for Consultation. The Imperial Senate has a duty to review the document and provide the Emperor and Autocrat advice and suggest improvements, the latter not being bound by the advice of the former.

  • All Senators of Lehmark are permitted to present potential legislation to the Imperial Senate for deliberation and discussion. The Imperial Senate may then advise the Emperor and Autocrat on its introduction.