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Social Sabah Al-Hayr will have requirements on adolescent education Every original Sabah Al-Hayrian citizen will be required to graduate from high school Public educations will be provided for any teenagers up to the age of eighteen Any citizen that does not graduate high school at the age of eighteen then they will be required to pay for their high school education until they graduate After high school public colleges and scholarships will be offered to students who would like to continue their education This method will help encourage adolescents to finish their education while they are young This method is most likely to work because the requirement might make the students think I need to finish high school anyways I should finish it now instead of stay longer and pay for it Also if the country is able to graduate high school then they will have a better chance of living alone in the society Political Executive The Executive Branch will be made up with a president He is then going to sign if a law is going to be passed or not The president will have a term limit of two years After each two years the president can be reelected with no limits This way would be good because if the man being president is doing a good job then he should have the ability to be reelected without any limits Judicial The Judicial Branch will be made up with the Supreme Court Judge The judge is the one who interpret the laws The one who makes the law operate correctly The judge will have no term limits The judge will be a judge until he has retired The judge can lose their term if he is asked to step down by the voting of the National Assembly Legislative The Legislative Branch will have the National Assembly in power The
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