Magistrates were the highest place, two people called Conculs would lead the government, army, and judged court cases. They served for one year and had all power over citizens, politicians, and other officials.
Senates were people who advised the Conculs. They served for life and gained control of financial affairs.
Assemblies and Tribunes represented common people, elected magistrates, approve or rejected laws, and declared war. They served for one year.