Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DoIC)
The Department of Immigration and Citizenship has jurisdiction over immigration into Hurliherzistan, citizenship, multi-citizenship, citizens in foreign countries, and people gaining citizenship. This department cannot give honorary citizenship. As with all departments, the Consul of Immigration answers to the Supreme Consul and the Supreme Consul can overrule anything the department decides. The Consul of this department is known as the Consul of Immigration.
Department of Defense (DoW)
The Department of War has jurisdiction over military training and the enforcement of laws as a police force during times of peace, and military strategy and deployment during times of war. At any time the Supreme Consul can overrule the department, just like all other departments. All the department's power comes from the Supreme Consul, and the Supreme Consul is still the Command in Chief of the military. The Consul of this department is known as the Consul of War. The Department of War receives more funding than any other department: 100% of government spending.
Department of Law and Legality (DoLL)
The Department of Law and Legality does not have anything to do with the judiciary. Its powers come from the Supreme Consul and consist of protecting the government legally. For example, if someone were to sue the government, the Consul of Law, a representative of this department, or a team from the department would be the defense in court and provide lawyers for government officials (in internal court cases). The Consul of this department is known as the Consul of Law.
Department of Economics (DoE)
The Department of Economics is in charge of the printing of money and the treasury (however not the reserve). The department ensures that the economy remains stable and that the Kaiser does not inflate or deflate rapidly. The DoE also ensures a safe and quick exchange of cookie dough for Kaisers. The department also has jurisdiction over printing Kaisers. The DoE must keep up-to-date and accurate records of the economy at all times so that they may be reported to the public and to the Supreme Consul at her/his request.
Department of Foreign Affairs (DoFA)
The Department of Foreign Affairs has the largest purview of any department. Its job is to manage international relations, both with micro and macro nations. The DoFA holds and engages in diplomatic meetings with other countries. The department also messages other nations, and it is the department's job to respond to messages by foreign governments (messages of extreme importance have historically been reviewed by the Supreme Consul). The DoFA is also responsible for negotiations with foreign governments, including such accords as trade deals and peace treaties. However, while the department does conduct the negotiations, only the Senate can ratify the treaties negotiated.