National Assembly (Lactoska)
The National Assembly of the Socialist Republic of Lactoska (Inglashia: De Nationol Ássembly of de Socialíst Republic of Lactóska) is the national legislature of the Socialist Republic of Lactoska.
The Constitution of Lactoska recognizes the assembly as the highest state power. The National Assembly is a 250 delegate unicameral body elected with a four-year term, meets once a year. The assembly appoints the President (head of state), the Prime Minister (head of government), the Justice of the Supreme People's Court of Lactoska, the Supreme People's Procuracy of Lactoska, and the 30-member Government. However, the Communist Party of Lactoska has great influence over the executive and exercises control through the 150-member Central Committee, which elects the 15-member Politburo at national party congresses held every four years. Members of the party hold all senior government positions.
Constitutionally, the National Assembly is the highest government organization and the highest level representative body of the people. It has the power to draw up, adopt, and revision the constitution and to make and cancel laws. It also has the responsibility to legislate and implement state plans about budgets. Through its constitution-making powers it defines its own role and the roles of the Lactoskan State President, the Lactoskan Government, the local people's councils and people's committees, the Supreme People's Court, and the Supreme People's Procuracy. The assembly can elect or remove government ministers, the chief justice of the Supreme People's Court, and the procurator general of the Supreme People's Procuracy. Finally, it has the power to start or end wars and to assume other duties and powers it considers necessary. The term of each National Assembly is four years, and meetings are convened once a year, or more frequently if called for by the National Assembly Standing Committee.