The South Pacific is nominally led by a Council of People’s Ministers, chaired by the Premier North Prarie. The Council has two ministries; the Ministry of Minnow Affairs (Minister PenguinPies) which coordinates and implements regional directives aimed at improving the lives of all comrades and the Ministry of the Comintern (Minister Qvait) which manages relations with lesser socialist states striving for utopia along with imperialists powers. The Council also includes the Liberation Army (commanded by Grand Marshall FiHami) whose purpose is to protect the Chairman with a secondary focus on safeguarding the territorial integrity and population of the People’s Republic.
The Presidium (overseen by Chairwoman Nakarisaune) is the unicameral legislative body and consist of one Party Member from each of the 54 national legislators, elected to serve life terms. As party members, the only method of recorded dismissal is by ejection from the Party at the command of the Chairman. The Presidium is notable for only meeting once a calendar year, on the second Tuesday of every February, to conduct its business and ratify the decrees passed down by the Council of People’s Ministers on behalf of the General Secretary Admiral.
The People’s Court is the sole judicial authority in the People’s Republic and is presided over by Justice Kringalia. International observers have questioned the independence of the South Pacific’s judicial system with several notable incidents of ‘minute trials’ for enemies of the state. The World Assembly’s judicial watchdog, the International Court Observer, has previously reported the lack of presence of the Justice at judicial proceedings. Instead, much media speculation has been centred on an anthropomorphic rabbit in a judge wig with a miniature hammer and sickle.
The gameside of the People’s Republic is regularly monitored by the Committee for Minnow Security (Auphelia, Drystar, Volaworand), a police force which carries out internal security, intelligence, and secret policing functions. The World Assembly’s Office of Welfare has repeatedly singled out the CMS in its annual reports for what it labels as a ‘blatant disregard for civil liberties and a highly dubious track record of extrajudicial punishments’. Several WA condemnations have been proposed to denounce the mass deportations of entire populations to The Rejected Realms. Curiously, the authors of these proposed resolutions have all mysteriously disappeared.