|Union of North America|
Dieu et mon droit
("God and my right.")
Union of North America.
|Official language||English, French|
|Government||Constitutional monarchy, Imperial federation|
|Head of state|
Lord John, Mississippi
|Head of government|
| Speaker of the Grand Council|
|Population||400,450,845 people (2011)|
- Albany Plan
|4th July 1762|
|Currency||Imperial Pound Sterling|
The Union of North America is an imperial federation of colonies, nations, and territories situated on the North American continent. All governmental units exist on the continent with the exception of the Provinces of Jamaica and Bahamas, both of which are situated in the Caribbean Sea. America, as the nation is occasionally referred, is also a member of the United Imperial Commonwealth, a lose association of nations with Queen Elizabeth II acting as the Head of State.
Geography and Environment
America ranks as the largest nation by total area.
Governments, elections, and politics
American government is an imperial federation, meaning a constitutional monarch reigns of a federation of autonomous regional units.
The current Imperial Monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, acts as America's head of state. In her stead, the queen appoints a President-General, who serves a primarily ceremonial role. Until 1956, the President-General enjoyed enormous power, including the power to arbitrarily declare war or peace with foes. The passage of the O'Neill-Hoover Act, with the consent of the British Parliament, severely limited the President-General's power to simply the ability to veto Council legislation. The appointment of the President-General usually comes upon the recommendation of the current Speaker of the Grand Council, a practice which began in the early 1900s and typically gives the P-G a more partisan role.
The legislative body of America is the Grand Council of the Union. The Council is a unicameral body whose members are elected by the people of the provinces and nations.