Political Structure of the Roman Republic

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Political Structure of the Roman Republic
1 Senate
2 Consul
2.1 Highest political office
2.2 Two at one time to stop them becoming too powerful
2.3 Only served for one year
2.4 Power over the military in wartime
3 Praetor
3.1 In charge of the Military
3.2 Had Imperium (Power)
3.3 Answerable only to the Consul
3.4 Could raise an army when both consuls were away
4 Dictator
4.1 Absolute authority
4.2 An extraordinary magistrate
4.3 Given in times of chaos
4.3.1 War
4.3.2 Poverty
4.4 Had Judical powers
4.5 Should only be in power for 6 months
5 Quaestor
5.1 In charge of financial affairs
5.2 conducted the Audit
5.3 usually a former Tribune
5.4 Collected Taxes
6 Censor
6.1 Responsible for public morality and certain financial aspects
6.2 census office limited to 18 months of Imperium
6.3 Highest regarded position
7 Tribune
7.1 President of the Plebian council
7.2 convened the assembly
7.3 proposed legislation
7.4 sacrosanct- very bad to kill
7.5 Only powerful in Rome
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