Politics of Calbion
The Politics of Calbion are shaped by tradition and history. As a Commonwealth Protectorate of the Brettish Isles, Calbion had to abide to Brettish law on Foreign policy, defense and monetary policy. The parliament of Calbion (Cynulliad Cenedlaethol) had legislative rights on the remaining subjects, and the Governor-General, together with the State Secretaries, has executive power. Because the Governer-General is appointed by the Brettish Parliament, the sovereignity of Calbion is disputed. The Cynulliad Cenedlaethol is an elected assembly, its 100 members are elected by the Calbain people in a system of proportional representation. Largest party at the moment is the Party of Calbion (Parti Calbinol) followed by the Calbain Alliance and the Conservative Party. Significant smaller parties are the Labour Party and the Maraguan Party.
The following are the parties represented in the Cynulliad Cenedlaethol.
| Party of Calbion
|PC||Llywelyn Lewis||Calbain nationalism||Centre|| Cynulliad Cenedlaethol:|
| Calbain Alliance
|CC||Ioan Moran||Liberalism||Centre left|| Cynulliad Cenedlaethol:|
| Catologian Political Party
Plaid Wleidyddol Catologiadd
|PWC||Owain Strong||Catologian Conservatism||Right wing|| Cynulliad Cenedlaethol:|
| Labour Party
|PL||Edmund Dale||Socialism||Left wing|| Cynulliad Cenedlaethol:|
| Minority Bloc
Bloc Lleiafrifol - Minderheidsblok
|MB||Hendrik Maritz||Regionalism||Centre|| Cynulliad Cenedlaethol:|
|Independents||In||none||-||-|| Cynulliad Cenedlaethol:|