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    MINISTER The United States President and United Kingdom Prime Minister are arguably the two most powerful elected leader in world. But we want to know who really is the most powerful. We are going to discuss and compare their powers. So we are going to learn their similarities and differences between them. Both the United States President and United Kingdom Prime Minister occupies a unique position not only in their respective political systems but also in the world as whole. The United States President

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    Though the primary purpose of a cabinet in both systems is to advise the executive leader, cabinet members in the presidential system work directly for the president, therefore there is “...no tradition of shared cabinet responsibility.” (slide 5 of 40, A Parliamentary System for the USA, Dr. Wood) While the executive leader in a presidential system is free to choose anyone he or she likes to serve as a member of the cabinet, the prime minister or president of a parliamentary

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    virtually anything, unfamiliarity with ideas such as: differences in democracies still exist. Even though the United Kingdom’s language is most similar to the one in the United States, the United State’s executive branch most likely resembles the French executive branch. This is because the United States and France share the notion of a “presidential” form of executive while the United Kingdom and Germany practice a “prime ministerial” form of executive. Granted,

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    The United Kingdom

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    The United Kingdom London is the capital of the United Kingdom. It ranks as one of the world?s most historic cities, tracing its roots back nearly 2000 years. London has long been a great world port and trading center. The port of London consists of two huge docks and 43 miles of wharves along the Thames River. London also has a remarkable transportation system. Expressways, and underground and surface railways carry more than one million commuters between the outlying areas and central London

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    The Japanese Political System

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    2012, p. 50) and a Constitution placing absolute power with the monarch was formed. Although the main intention of the oligarchs behind the Constitution was to have the national Diet as an advisory body, they "created a series of 'transcendental cabinets' which answered to the Emperor" (Haddad, 2012, p. 50), Bureaucrats were important tools during this period as they were the people with the knowledge necessary to enable the country to function. .... This importance placed in them stemmed .... As

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    Germany and the United Kingdom

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    Germany and the United Kingdom All countries in our world share many similarities and differences. This allows each country to learn from one another’s failures and successes. Two of the countries that have similar and different ways that they run their country is Germany and the United Kingdom. These countries each have their own style of how they choose to run their countries. Both Germany and the United Kingdom are democracies in the world, however they have many differences between the two.

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    The United States of America, United Kingdom, and Russia all have different ways of controlling their country. There are three models of democracy: parliamentary, presidential and semipresidential systems (O’Neil, 2007). A presidential system represents the minority of democratic systems around the world. Parliamentary systems can be found in a majority of democracies around globally (O’Neil, 2007). Lastly, there is a semipresidential system. The semipresidential system is a hybrid between parliamentary

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    constitution, acting as an extra safety measure, also with the ability to criticize and approve laws. The judiciary upholds the law and represents such as the UK courts of law. The crown is the monarch, and Her Majesty’s role is to represent the United Kingdom as a symbol of ceremony and tradition, and sign bills into law. The most essential element that distinguishes the Westminster model is the executive power that is given to the largest party after a first past the post election. Additionally

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    Lijphart

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    drawn with ethnic groups in mind (such as the United States) and “incongruent federalism”, which may have an ethnic, religious or linguistic homogeneity (as in Switzerland and India).... ... middle of paper ... ...lenge to majoritarians and other skeptics. Boivin: Lijphart argues that some of the key indicators of majoritarian systems are first-past-the-post election mechanisms that exaggerate a party's political representations ingle-party cabinets, strong executives, unicameral legislatures,

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    executive, the legislature and the judiciary. In Lord Woolf’s statement: “The separation of powers has never been part of the framework of our unwritten Constitution.” He is clearly stating that he believes that under the constitution of the United Kingdom there are important departures from the classic doctrine, and the separation of powers has never been a basis on which the people could rely upon. In contrast to this, Lord Irvine states “The British Constitution is firmly based on the separation

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