President of Emmiria

President of Emmiria
Hassan Rouhani 2020.jpg
Incumbent
Akram Sulaiman

since February 14th, 2021
StyleThe Honorable
(formal)
Excellency
(diplomatic)
StatusHead of State
Head of Government
AbbreviationPOE
POIRE
Member ofExecutive Branch
The Cabinet
ResidencePresidential Palace
SeatRhaga
NominatorPolitical parties or self-nomination
Term length4 years, renewable
Constituting instrumentArabin Constitution
FormationApril 4, 1811; 210 years ago (1811-04-04)
DeputyDeputy President of Emmiria
SalaryZ$275,000 annually

The President of the Islamic Republic of Emmiria (POIRE) is the head of state and head of government of the Emmiria. The president directs the executive branch of the federal government and is the commander-in-chief of the Emmiria Armed Forces. The Constitution of Emmiria defines the President of Emmiria as the highest state authority. The President is elected by universal suffrage for a term of four years before being sworn in before the Emmirian Consultative Assembly (Parliament). The Parliament also has the power to dismiss the elected president anytime through votes of no-confidence. The President can be re-elected for four terms.

The President is responsible for the implementation of the constitution, and for the exercise of executive powers in implementing the decrees and general policies as outlined by Parliament. The President functions as the executive of affairs such as signing treaties and other international agreements, and administering national planning, budget, and state employment affairs.

The President appoints the ministers, subject to the approval of the Emmirian Consultative Assembly. The President supervises the Council of Ministers, coordinates government decisions, and selects government policies to be placed before the legislature. The current President of Emmiria is Akram Sulaiman, who replaced long-term President Khayahad al-Azari when he resigned in February of 2021.

Powers and duties

Emmirian Presidential Guard

The President's duties include the following, subject to supervision and approval by the Parliament:

  • Second in command (after Supreme Leader) of the executive branch of government and chairman of the cabinet
  • The deputy commander-in-chief of the Emmirian Army, Emmirian Navy, and Emmirian Air Force
  • Declare a state of emergency after the passage of the parliament (The proclamation of martial law is forbidden.)
  • Head (Presided) of the Emmiria National Security Council
  • Appointment of Deputy President of Emmiria
  • Nomination of Cabinet members to the Parliament
  • Sends and receives all foreign ambassadors
  • Issue executive orders
  • Issue medals in honor of service for the nation
  • Signature of treaties, protocols, contracts, after the approval of the Parliament of Emmiria
  • The President is obliged to sign the legislation approved by the Parliament, or the result of a referendum, after it is forwarded to him and the legal stages are covered, and to forward to the relevant authorities for implementation. (He has no right to veto)

List of Presidents

Presidents of Emmiria

No. Portrait Name
(Years in office)
Term of office Most known for
1 Emmiria flag.png Saami al-Hammoud
(1811-1813)
4 February
1811
13 February
1813
2 Emmiria flag.png Taajuddeen Haddam
(1813-1821)
13 February
1813
13 February
1821
3 Emmiria flag.png Humaid al-Fayad
(1821-1833)
13 February
1821
13 February
1833
4 Emmiria flag.png Jaasim Naderi
(1833-1837)
13 February
1833
13 February
1837
5 Emmiria flag.png Irfaan el-Masood
(1837-1845)
13 February
1837
13 February
1857
6 Emmiria flag.png Ali Bhutto
(1857-1873)
13 February
1857
13 February
1873
7 Emmiria flag.png Pervez Musharraf
(1873-1877)
13 February
1873
13 February
1877
8 Naser al-Din Shah Qajar, close up, with slight smile by Nadar.jpg Talha el-Hashi
(1877-1881)
13 February
1877
13 February
1881
9 Emmiria flag.png Zameel Begum
(1881-1893)
13 February
1881
13 February
1893
10 Emmiria flag.png Zuhair el-Badieme
(1893-1901)
13 February
1893
13 February
1901
11 Emmiria flag.png Salmaan al-Samara
(1901-1905)
13 February
1901
13 February
1905
12 Mozaffar ad-Din Shah Qajar portrait.jpg Zaki Hamidi
(1905-1909)
13 February
1905
13 February
1909
13 Shah fullsize.jpg Mohammad Mah Palavi
(1909-1919)
13 February
1909
13 February
1919
14 AhmadShahQajar2.jpg Sultan Omer
(1919-1927)
13 February
1919
13 February
1927
15 Reza Shah Pahlavi after abdication in South Africa.jpg Aarif Masih
(1927-1935)
13 February
1927
13 February
1935
16 Mohammad Reza Shah portrait 2.jpg Bakar el-Tahir
(1935-1939)
13 February
1935
13 February
1939
17 Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy.png Amjad al-Shahin
(1939-1941)
13 February
1939
15 July
1941
Only Emmirian President to die in office - Assassinated
18 Chaudhry Mohammad Ali.jpg Faaris el-Rais
(1941-1943)
15 July
1941
13 February
1943
Took office following Amjad al-Shahin's assassination
19 Liaquat Ali Khan 1945.jpg Haaroon el-Salih
(1943-1947)
13 February
1943
13 February
1947
20 Iskander Mirza.jpg Rida al-Hammad
(1947-1963)
13 February
1947
13 February
1963
21 Muhammed Ayub Khan.JPG Iyaad Safar
(1963-1967)
13 February
1963
13 February
1967
22 Malcolm X NYWTS 2a.jpg Rushdi el-Tahir
(1967-1975)
13 February
1967
13 February
1975
23 Z A Bhutto (President of Pakistan).jpg Sahl Khalili
(1975-1979)
13 February
1975
13 February
1979
24 Abū l-Hasan Banīsadr IMG 2044 edit.jpg Abu Hasan Bani
(1979-1987)
13 February
1979
13 February
1987
25 Pervez Musharraf 2004.jpg Fuaad el-Salim
(1987-1991)
13 February
1987
13 February
1991
26 Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani by Fars 02.jpg Lutfi al-Selim
(1991-1995)
13 February
1991
13 February
1995
27 Reza Faraji Dana.jpg Raaid al-Taheri
(1995-2003)
13 February
1995
13 February
2003
28 Mohammad Ali Najafi at Municipality of Tehran 02 (cropped).jpg Abolhassan Neeshaan
(2003-2007)
13 February
2003
13 February
2007
29 Mehdi Chamran 1399033117165690220628924.jpg Ali al-Jabara
(2007-2011)
13 February
2007
13 February
2011
30 Mohammad Khatami, 30th Memorial Ceremony of Ali Shariati - 26 June 2007 (15 8603310160 L600).jpg Khayahad al-Azari
(2011-2021)
13 February
2011
13 February
2021
31 Hassan Rouhani 2020.jpg Akram Sulaiman
(2021-year)
13 February
2021
month
year

Selection process

Eligibility

Campaigns and nomination

Election

Tenure

Inauguration

Oath of office

I, (insert name), as the President, upon the Holy Qur'an and on podium of the Emmirian nation, do swear in the name of Almighty God to protect, safeguard, and harbor the official Faith, the systems of the republic and the Constitution; to use all my talents and abilities in the discharge of my responsibilities undertaken; to devote myself to the service of the people, glory of the country, promotion of both religion and morality, support of right and propagation of justice; to refrain from autocratic rule; to protect the freedom and dignity of individuals and the rights of the Nation recognized by the Constitution; to spare no efforts in safeguarding and harboring the frontiers and the political, economic and cultural freedoms of the country; to guard the power entrusted to me by the Nation as a sacred trust like an honest and faithful trustee, by seeking help from God and following the example of the Prophet of Islam and the sacred Imams, peace be upon them, and to entrust it to the one elected by the Nation after me.

Term length

Impeachment

Succession and disability

Political affiliation

Compensation

Residence

Presidential Palace

The President of Emmiria resides in the Presidential Palace in Rhaga. The Presidential Palace, also known as Bin Haban Palace, was constructed from 1918-27, and is one of the world's largest residences. The palace has 347 rooms and is the principal residence of the President's family. A part of the palace is a museum.

The palace complex is set in an area of 26 acres (11 ha) of land including 15 acres (6.1 ha) of gardens. The palace consists of a throne chamber, a private meeting hall, a Durbar Hall to meet the public, a vaulted banquet hall, private dining halls, a ballroom, a library, an indoor swimming pool and spa, a billiards room, four tennis courts, two marble squash courts, and long passages.

The interior central dome sits above the sky blue inner dome. The inner vaulted dome is a major attraction in the palace which rises to 103 feet (31 m) in the interior part which is capped by an outer dome of 43 feet (13 m) height. The entry leads to the lobby which has polished black granite flooring. The lounge area has pink sandstone and marble floors.

The Presidential museum is a centerpiece of Emmirian history, culture, and heritage. The institution hosts historical monuments dating back through preserved ancient and medieval Emmirian antiquities, including pottery vessels, metal objects, textile remains, and some rare books and coins. It also includes a number of research departments, categorized by different historical periods and archaeological topics.

Transport

Protection

Post-presidency

Living former presidents