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Modern Senate


Until 0 KS Saltha was an often tyrannical monarchy. After the revolution and overthrowing of king Kakal I, a parliamentary democracy as put in place.  The event was so major, they changed the way years are kept track to commemorate it. The government is divided into three different senates. The district and national senate also have a presiding elected executive.  


Each city has anywhere from 5 to 25 senators, depending on size. The nation senate has senators equal to approximately 1 for every 30,000 people, plus an additional 25 for each district.   There are currently 359 senators in the national senate. 


Administrative Regions




Number of Senators
East 781,035 51




South 217,150 32
Total 7,782,880 359



Branches of government




In charge of:


Selling regulations and research for farming


 Raising, researching technologies for and training a standing army. 


 Teaching in churches according to the main doctrines. Guards charged with defending the temples.


In charge of education. Soldiers carry a whip and paddle. May punish truant children




budgeting and money assignment for the other departments

Foreign Relations

Sending out and protecting diplomats


 Protection of worker's and slaves' rights


Carries sword and club.



Political Parties

See: List of Political Parties


 Saltha has a large spectrum of political parties with varying amounts of power. The various parties make shifting partnerships over issues they find important.  The currently largest partyy is the 


Criminal and Civil law, punishment

Full Article: SalthanCriminalandCivilLaw


Salthan law is built upon the philosophy of restitution. In most[all?] cases, where there is no victim there is no crime. Saltha have very few jails, used only for holding prisoners before trials, or as cites for criminals carrying out their work punishment who are flight risks.  Saltha has never used jail time itself as a punishment. Instead punishment is in the form of forced labor.


A panel of judges chosen from a city judge oversees the trials, and must have an unanimous verdict where either guilt or innocence is overwhelmingly certain. A case of guilty made be appealed to a district court or national court. 


Divorce Law

While divorce is discouraged except without a good reason (like with infidelity) it is not illegal. It may be initiated by either the man or the woman. If a man divorces his wife without giving a good reason then he must leave the household possestions to that wife and children. He is in essense severing all family ties with that household. If a woman divorces his husband without a good reqason ,then she must give half of her possestions, to be divided among the man's other wives and households.



As with most cultures, the first born inherits most of the possessions of his household, receiving half and the renaming male heirs dividing the other half. If a wedded woman dies both the objects in her household and her children are "inherited" by another wife of the man.



See full article: Military of Saltha





[1] Salthan Constitution, 0 NG.

[2] (Author unknown), "Manifesto of Kings"

[3] (Author unknown), "The 6000 years: A history of the kings of Saltha"


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