(Flag and Coat of Arms of the New USSR)
Executive Branch: The Premier and the Council of Ministers of the New USSR
(Emblem of the Premier of the New USSR)
The executive branch of the government is held by the Premier , who would be equivalent to the old USSR's Premier, Genral Secretary, and Head of State, all combined into one role, or like the President of the USA but with more legislative and military authority. The Premier holds the power of veto and the power to enforce laws by any means, however it goes against the New USSR's Constitution if the Premier enforces policy through inhumane means, i.e. killing innocent civilians or wrongful imprisonment. The Premier also holds the power of Supreme Commander in Chief of the New USSR's Armed Forces. The amount of 10 year terms the Premier can hold is unlimited, unless the Supreme Soviet elects a new Premier, or if he is convicted of a serious crime, which he will be impeached for, and if convicted, thrown out of office.
The Council of Ministers consists of 13 different roles, each held by one person, appointed by the Premier upon his election:
- Minister of War and Defense
- Minister of Foreign Affairs
- Minister of Agriculture
- Minister of Trade and Industry
- Minister of Education
- Minister of Food Production
- Minister of Finance
- Minister of Justice
- Minister of Labor
- Minister of Social Welfare
- Minister of Communications
- Minister of State Security (Chairman of the KGB, nikolaikalashnikov since 2030)
- Minister of Extra-Terrestrial Exploration (Head of the Space Program)
Legislative Branch: The Supreme Soviet of the New USSR
The legislative branch of the government is still a bicameral legislature, however their two houses have had their names changed, and the houses have been switched from their upper and lower statuses. Although the Premier has legislative powers, the Supreme Soviet is the main governmental body that passes legislature for it to be later either approved, modified, or vetoed completely by the Premier.
The Soviet of the Union (now the Lower House) has been renamed the Soviet Duma, however the ratio of members is still the same, where every 300,000 people in the entire New USSR is represented by one Deputy.
The Soviet of Nationalities (now the Upper House) has been renamed the Soviet Senate, which still has each of the 15 Soviet Socialist Republics represented by 32 Deputies, 480 total. Autonomous SSR's still have 11 deputies each.
Judicial Branch: The Supreme Court of the New USSR
The Supreme Court of the New USSR's job is to interpret laws passed by both the Premier and the Supreme Soviet and make sure they fit the rules of the Communist Manifesto and of the Soviet Constitution. Each of the 15 Republics gets one Supreme Court Justice, who is appointed by the Premier and approved by the Soviet Senate.
The New Communist Party of the Soviet Union
(Flag of the New CPSU)
The New CPSU is the ruling political party of the New USSR, though other parties exist within its government and hold very small minorities within the Soviet Senate and Soviet Duma. Currently, the General Secretary of the New CPSU is Rik Latyeskov, who is also the Premier of the New USSR's Government, and the Supreme Commander in Chief of the New Soviet Armed Forces. The Party's anthem, like its predecessor, is the Internationale, though only the first verse, since Latyeskov saw the rest of the lyrics to be either outdated or against the Party's more lenient and secular doctrines. Due to Latyeskov's leadership, it has since held majorities in the Soviet Senate and the Soviet Duma, and a majority of the New USSR's citizens have been members of the Party ever since 2024. Their ideology is Democratic Socialist in terms of domestic policy, and a strong foreign policy, though from 2024 to 2030 they mainly concentrated on rebuilding the country after the 2nd Civil War and jumpstarting the economy, which saw the rise of very effective government programs that have uplifted most of the nation out of poverty by 2030.
The 15 Soviet Socialist Republics
Each of the 15 Republics have their own governments, however they are ruled by one Soviet Governor, who strictly follow orders from the Premier. Each Soviet Governor is elected by the Republic's Senates. The legislatures of each of the Republics are varied in size, where every 150,000 people in each of the Republics are represented by one Senator. Unlike the main government, the Republics of the New USSR have unicameral legislatures. Interestingly, none of the Republics have the right to secede from the New Soviet Union.