The President of the Republic of Scotland is the head of state and the head of the Executive Branch of the government of the Republic of Scotland. The president is also the commander in chief of the Scottish Army, Scottish Navy, Scottish Air Force and the Scottish Joint Command. The president is the country's most powerful political figure.
Chapter 2 of the Scottish Constitution vests the power of the executive power of the Republic of Scotland. The power includes execution of constitutional law, alongside the responsibility of appointing Chief executive, diplomatic, regulatory and judicial officers, and concluding treaties with foreign powers with the advice and consent of the Scottish Parliament. The president is further empowered to grant Pardons, and to convene and adjourn the Scottish Parliament under extraordinary circumstances. The president is largely responsible for dictating the legislative agenda of the party to which the president is a member. The president also directs the foreign and domestic policy of the Republic of Scotland. The President is elected by the people via First past the Post to serve a five year term in the Office of the President of the Republic of Scotland. The Vice President of the Republic of Scotland is also elected alongside the President.
The First Presidential Elections took place on the 10th of November Year one with Sasha Ramsay being swarm in as President.