Canada 's Prime Minister And His Fundamental Culture Of Power

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Canada’s Prime minister and his fundamental culture of power have increased dramatically over the last few decades. In the political spectrum power can be seen as authority held by a variety of individuals that constitutionalize a governing society. In Canada this power is divided into various separate branches of political institutions. The handling of power and distinction of these roles is determined through foundations that include the Legislative branch, the executive branch, the bureaucracy, and judiciary branch. Canada is a fusion of the British parliamentary system with American federalism. In Canada the Prime minister holds the highest role in parliament. Although these branches of parliament are meant to divide and generally secure power from one another, in recent years the transformation has been focused on the majority party at the heart of the government, or per say the
Prime Minister. The Prime minister and his advisers have the authority to appoint ministers and pass legislature which over time has caused the reduction of the role of the crown. This paper will outline how the Prime minister is in fact dominant through centralized power and his ability to manipulate the system by appointing ministers loyal to his biding, and his ability to remain unaccountable to the House of Commons. First analyzing how the role of Cabinet over time has shifted into the hands of the PM and the central party. This will give a better understanding as to how and
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