• Brief History
• Gov. Branches
• Who's Who
• Civil Service
• Government Programs
• The Force Roleplay
• Elections and Community
You can find a detailed, chronological Force History here.
The High Court - as the judicial branch of the government, the Justices of the Court are responsible to see to cases filed against individuals in the court of law, as well as decide upon the constitutionality of bills passed by the House of Representatives.
The House of Representatives - composed of representatives from Force, the States, and various territories, the House is responsible for all federal legislation, including constitutional amendments, which start in the House. It is the second most important branch of government, and is responsible for keep the power of other bodies in check, while working on improvements for the government based on the needs of the citizens. The House is led by a Speaker, responsible for communicating passed laws and mediating sessions, representing the House, and maintaining activity.
Cabinet - the Cabinet is responsible for appointing Ministers, and it is directed and overseen by the Prime Minister, the Union’s Head of Government.
Ministries - The Union has a wide number of ministries, each tasked with developing and reviewing a different aspect of the government. Each ministry is led by a Minister and Deputy Minister appointed by the Prime Minister. The Ministries are as follows:
Foreign Affairs - handles diplomatic relationships embassies and ambassadors.
Internal Affairs - focuses on recruitment, welcoming, government affairs, and connecting with citizens.
Media and Culture - directs cultural activities and events, runs national holidays, writes The Force Flyer, and produces other government media.
Roleplay - oversees the Union RP, including its map, statistics programs, and official RP events. It also routinely changes time periods and updates the types of stats available.
All citizens are encouraged to participate in the Ministries, in which they can get a shot at developing projects and initiatives from their respective area. For instance, the Ministry of Media and Culture offers positions for editors and writers for The Force Flyer and the Internal Affairs Ministry offers positions as hosts or recruiters. Ministries can only exist and work efficiently with the help of citizens, through the Civil Service, which allows anyone to seek a job in government and better the region and the Union as a whole.
You can apply for the Civil Service here!
The Governorship Program was created to allow citizens to govern a territory and allow them to grow a region, and consequently, a government, under the guidance and watch of the federal government. It allows you to experience firsthand the management of a region while having steady support to back you up, should you need help.
The Media Policy allows you to form independent news outlets which can be supported and officially recognized by the federal government, as long as their content covers happenings in the Union. It allows any citizen to make their voice heard and hold those in power accountable. A list of recognized media outlets can be found here.
If you have dived head-first into the Roleplay, you may be interested in joining the Roleplay Ministry, the decision making and moderation team for the Roleplay!
In order to enter the RP, you need to join our Roleplay Discord Server and apply through there.
When you enter the RP, there are many things to do depending on how you want to manage your nation. Want to create a commercial empire with hundreds of trade routes? Sure! Become a warmonger and seek world domination? Go right ahead! Participate in UN debates and missions, host meetings with your fellow leaders, deal with rebellions, create ground-breaking policies, form alliances, and deal with events and foreign relationships? Why not!
The RP has something for everyone - even you!
One of the most exciting times to be a citizen is during our elections, where voting for Prime Minister, House Reps., and Court Justices is held! Anyone in Force and the rest of the Union is allowed to run for office and vote - even as a newcomer. During the elections, candidates will engage in debates and interviews, and are encouraged to rally support with inspirational activities, posters, and other creative ways of getting out your message.
And of course, we have one of the latest elements of our community, clubs! Any citizen can create a clubs focused around an activity, interest, or piece of media, allowing you to pursue your interests and find others who share them. There are a wide variety of different clubs, such as the Anime Club, Culinary Association, and...uh...Clock Front?
Overall, we hope you spend a long time with us here in the Union, and if you do ever decide to leave, we hope you do so with great memories of our little piece of the world.