Vision of the country, the role of a monarch, the structure of political authorities, the structure of local administration, economy, defence, education, sport and tourism, foreign affairs – these and other topics constituting a social and political system have been described in a document “The Programme for the Monarchy” ( )

Separation of powers (three branches: executive, legislative and judiciary) remains the basis for the political system of a given country.

The executive power is exercised by the government formed by the prime minister chosen as a result of direct universal suffrage. The appointment of the prime minister is approved by the monarch.

The legislative power is exercised by the Parliament (bicameral in Poland with the following Houses: Senate (upper) and Sejm (lower). The Sejm is formed as a result of general election. The Senate is formed as a result of election in half, and the other half is the representation of different communities, churches, social and scientific organizations. The Sejm and Senate are approved by the monarch.

The judiciary power is exercised by the King. The Supreme Judge of the Polish Kingdom exercises this power on behalf of the King and he is appointed and dismissed by the King. The King supervises the army under his competencies and has the right to appoint civil servants.