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In-Game Question

Postby Alejandro Arrenzada » Tue Jun 12, 2018 5:52 am

My name is Alex, and I am new to the Particracy game. I am loving it so far, but I have questions regarding some of the game mechanics that I hope this community can answer!
- Do the elected personnel in the Cabinets have any real power or abilities?
- What is the difference between Head of State and Head of Government? Do these titles have any real substance, or are they just for show?

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Re: In-Game Question

Postby Polites » Tue Jun 12, 2018 7:38 am

Hi, and welcome to Particracy!

Cabinet ministers are mostly for RP, but some of them do have important roles, which you can access from the bottom of the Cabinet page (where it says "Ministers can perform their executive actions on this page.")

So the Head of Government can draft a world-wide press release, which will be visible in the Global Gazette. The Foreign Minister can do that as well, in addition to being the one that can draft an international treaty. The player that controls the Foreign Ministry is also the one able to propose the ratification of an existing treaty (list of current treaties is here). The Minister of Finance can propose a taxation bill and a spending bill.

Other than that the other Ministries are more of an RP tool, but a rather important one. In practice the Head of Government is the most important position, more so than the Head of State, unless the two are held by the same person in a presidential system.

Hope this helps! :D
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