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Thailand Essay

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There are so many countries in the world in fact 195 in total, because there are so many, society focuses so little on how each of them became a union and how they are kept together. This report will focus on how Thailand and United State associate and differentiate with one another.Government systems play a really important part in a country because it is how the people of the country lives upon it, and it keeps stability in society, without it there’d be so much chaos and the people of the country wouldn’t know how to settle down. First off, Thailand has a Constitutional Monarchy with a population of more than 67 million.Their governmental structures are the Executive branch, Legislative branch, and Judicial branch. The king is the head…show more content…
The Legislative Branch also called“National assembly” has two legislative bodies, the House of Representatives and the Senate.The two bodies share many similarity powers. Including legislation, constitutional amendments, and passing of annual Appropriations Bills. The house task is to approve or disapprove new legislation from the cabinet, if they do not approve it, then the two bodies resolve it out.If that does not resolve, then they will forward it to the king. The Senate duty is to examine draft legislation, they decide if they want to expand period for examination.If the Senate rejects the bill then, it is deferred. The Judicial Branch is made up of all courts of Thailand. The court has independent bodies to “check and balance” on both Executive and Legislative Branch. Each branch has at least some authority to place limits upon the actions of the other. The three courts are Courts of First Instance, Courts of Appeal, and the Supreme Court.Court of Instance is a court which has authorities to try and adjudicate criminal and civil cases. The Court of Appeal handles an appeal against a judgment or order of Civil Courts and Criminal Courts.The Supreme Court is the highest court and the final appeal in all civil and
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