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  • The Role Of The Head Of State In India

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    The head of state in India is the President. This is regularly a formal part, initially demonstrated on the British ruler to "prompt, support and caution" the chose government on sacred issues. The President can restore a Parliamentary Bill once for reevaluation and, during emergency, for example, a hung Parliament, the part is urgent. The President can proclaim a highly sensitive situation which empowers the Lok Sabha to expand its life past the typical five-year term. As individuals from a discretionary

  • High Court At The Head Of Judiciary Of The State

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    High Court The High Court stands at the head of judiciary of the State. High courts are established under Part VI, Chapter V, Article 214 of the Indian Constitution. These courts have jurisdiction over a state, a union territory or a group of states and union territories. At present there are 24 High Courts in India. It enjoys civil as well as criminal, ordinary as well as extraordinary and general as well as special jurisdiction. Composition and Appointment of Judges Judges in a High Court are

  • Louis Xiv : The French Head Of State

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    monarchs, King Louis XIV ruled France for about 72 years, was the French head of state. King Louis XIV reign was believed to be reputably famous as one of Absolute government, mainly because the king had his own dominating and particular way of governing the nation. At a young age of only 5 years old he attained the powers of a a king, Louis XIV ruled with the help of his mother and Cardinal Mazarin acting as head of the state deciding most of the civilian and official problems concerning the governance

  • Presidential vs parliamentary systems Essay

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    The President is both the chief executive and the head of state. The President is elected independently of the legislature. The powers invested in the President are usually balanced against those vested in the legislature. In the American presidential system, the legislature must debate and pass various

  • Difference Between Parliamentary And Presidential Democracy

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    factors. These democratic systems distinguish themselves as the leaders of the two democratic are elected in different branches of their respective government, lose their power dissimilarly, and hold clear distinctions between the head of government and the head of state. First and foremost, the two classifications of democracy, presidential and parliamentary, most substantial and crucial distinction is that the president of a presidential democracy is an elected individual voted into the executive

  • First Among Euals

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    equals. It concludes that in recent years the prime minster has exerted too much power and is ignoring his cabinet. By the 1830s the Westminster system of what we now as cabinet government emerged. The head of the government is the prime minister. Leech et al define the prime minister as: “A head of government whose power normally derives in Britain from leadership of the largest party in the legislature,

  • The Pros And Cons Of Political Reform Commissions

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    On the other hand, the Executive Presidential Model: has a president who is elected by the popular vote and who is the Head of State and head of the executive, there is provision for an elected unicameral or bicameral legislature which has significant oversight over the Executive branch, and separation of powers and checks and balances are key fundamental principles. The commission

  • The Monarch Era Of Britain

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    Since confederation in 1867, more than 17 million immigrants have landed in Canada. Immigration policy back then was very different from now, of course. But all of them have one thing in common. In order for them to become Canadian citizen they must have swear an oath to Queen. I believe it is time for a change in the system as Canada is completely different from back then. Using Canada itself as the figure is more appropriate than the Queen, fit the constitution better, and supported by our society

  • The History Of Parliament System Essay

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    The History of Parliament System: The Parliamentary Democratic System was created in the 13th century. “Deriving from the word ‘Parley’, it means to meet and discuss, which was used by King Henry and his Noblemen in the Great Council” (Szilagyi, 2009). After a short time the Great Council became the House of Commons, which includes three forms of government. The forms are the King/Queen, the ‘House of the Lords’, and the House of Commons. The House of Commons is the only part of government that

  • The Three Levels Of Canada's Form Of Government

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    Monarchy and a Parliamentary meaning Canada recognizes Queen Elizabeth II as the head of the state, their prime minister, Justin Trudeau, as the head of the government and the governor general as the representation of the queen in Canada. Define and explain this form of government Canada’s main government can be described in three different levels, the highest level is the Federal Government. The Prime Minister is the head of the federal government (he lives in Ottawa) and the federal government's duties