For the sake of tourism and public calm, the Republic will stage regular shows of "parliamentary democracy." These will be conducted in an exact replica of what was once known as the House of Commons. There visitors can be amused by the pointless bickering of the rabble, formerly known as opposition members of parliament. To help pass the time, vendors will walk through the gallery offering visitors a selection of delicious snacks and beverages.
If, while ambling through the halls, visitors spot what appears to be a life-sized cardboard cutout of El Presidente, it in all likelihood is El Presidente and approaching him is strictly prohibited.
Those of particularly robust constitution may proceed to take in the spectacle of the trained chimps in the second chamber, formerly known as the Senate. It will be immediately apparent that the animals have been fully neutered for the safety and enjoyment of El Presidente. When entering the Senate, visitors will be cautioned to please watch where they step.
El Presidente hopes you enjoy your visit to his Republic and, especially, his parliamentary theme park. Those who return next year will be able to tour "Bible World" now being constructed in the recently emptied Supreme Court of Canada building. We hope to see you again very soon.