To speak about the political system of the country, you need the appropriate vocabulary.
Parliament - in some countries, a group of people who make the laws for the country;
Congress - the group of people who make laws in the United States. Congress consists of the Senate and the House of Representatives;
Senate - a part of a government in some countries;
Term - the fixed period of time when someone does an important job or is in a particular place;
Declare - to announce something publicly or officially;
Sign - to write your name on something to show that you wrote/painted, etc it or to show that you agree to it;
Determine - to decide what will happen;
Commander-in-chief - a commander in charge of all the armed forces of a country or of all the forces fighting in a particular area or operation;
Vote - to show your choice or opinion in an election or meeting by writing a cross on an official piece of paper or putting your hand up;
Supreme Court - the court of law that has the most authority in a state or country;
Amendment - a change in the words of a document, or the process of doing this;
Armed forces - a country's military forces, for example the army and the navy.
The government has been elected for another four-year term.
Who did you vote for?
It is important to have strong armed forces.