Senate and People of Eurasia
Senatus Populusque Eurasiae


~100 BCE


Empire of Eurasia


Imperial Senate

Meeting Place

House of the Senate, Julium


Emperor of Eurasia


Julian Palace

Main Organ

Imperial Cabinet




Supreme Tribunal



The Government of Eurasia (Eurasian: Senatus Populusque Eurasiae, lit. Senate and People of Eurasia) is the unitary government of the Empire of Eurasia, which is constituted by the Provinces of Eurasia, one capital prefecture, several unprovinced territories, and Arveyres. The powers of the Eurasian government are defined more explicitly in the Writs of the Setertiamillenniary, and have also been defined through various pieces of unanimous legislation. It is divided into the executive, legislative, and judiciary, which are embodied, respectively, in the Emperor of Eurasia, Imperial Senate of Eurasia, and the Supreme Tribunal of Cassation.

The full name of Eurasia is the "Empire of Eurasia", though "Eurasian Empire" is also an equally acceptable translation of the Eurasian name for the empire: "Imperium Eurasiae". No other name appears in the Setertiamillenniary, nor are other names used. Traditionally, "Empire of Eurasia" is the preferred translation, The fully official way to refer to the Government of Eurasia is the "Senate and People of the Empire of Eurasia", though "Imperial Eurasian Government", "SPQE", "Senate and People of Eurasia", or simply "the Senate" within Eurasia are acceptable terms. Because the seat of the government is Julium, the name of the city is a common metonym to refer to the Government at large, as is the Imperial Palace of Eurasia.

The expanse of the Eurasian government is a difficult matter to discuss. In Eurasian society, the government, thanks to its centralized and unitary nature, pervades Eurasian culture and society. Government ministries control the calendar and the state religion, regulate the Eurasian language, and oversee a vast interior ministry, amongst many others. However, Eurasian society is founded upon democratic rule in the Senate and the inherent yet checked rule of the Emperor.