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    An American model of the “Questions to the Prime Minister” would be a valuable addition to the process of government, though changes must be made. First, the questions should not come only from members of Congress but also from organizational leaders, and group representatives. However, this should not be open to media outlets to ask questions, only to film and cover the event. Secondly, the Judiciary branch should be involved in questioning, as it receives little of much due attention. Lastly

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    decisions that are made by the parliament, there are three individuals or groups that have more influence than the others. These are the prime minister, the members of the government ministry and the members of the government cabinet. The role of the prime minister The prime minister has official responsibility for the day to day running of the country. The prime minister is the leader of the political party that has the most representatives in the House of Representatives. He or she is not directly elected

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    Prime Minister Corruption

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    Prime Ministers receive significant responsibility once they are elected into power and whilst managing that intense pressure is where corruption takes place. The concept of one person having all the power has been in the world for decades now and yet, the outcome is always the same: degrading integrity and crookedness. In some of the most severe examples, there has even been death involved. Although, Canada’s Parliament has not reached that point of harshness and might never, corruption has taken

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    politics argue that the Prime Minister of Canada stands alone from the rest of the government. The powers vested in the prime minister, along with the persistent media attention given to the position, reinforce the Prime Minister of Canada’s superior role both in the House of Commons and in the public. The result has led to concerns regarding the power of the prime minister. Hugh Mellon argues that the prime minister of Canada is indeed too powerful. Mellon refers to the prime minister’s control over

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    recent national election polls clearly show Stephen Harper could win a fourth term as Canada’s Prime Minister, Mr. Harper will in fact have a difficult time explaining a senate scandal, an economic crisis, and insensitive domestic and foreign policies. Therefore, this election could very well be the end of Mr. Harper’s term as Prime Minister. Stephen Harper’s nine-year reign as Canada’s Prime Minister presents Mr. Harper as the most controlling and iron fisted leader in Canadian history. Whether

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    “The Office of the Prime Minister is what its holder chooses and is able to make of it.” (3) The quote by H. Asquith, the British Prime during WWI, is the most accurate way to describe the content of Peter Hennessy’s book, The Prime Minister. The author argues that once at Number 10. Downing Street, the office holder can lead the government the way he or she wishes. Hennessy adds that there has been a large expansion in the power of the Prime Minister since 1945. The book primarily sheds light on

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    Topic: Is the Prime Minister Too Powerful? In this essay, I will demonstrate that the Prime Minister is powerful and can cause many potential dangers by analyzing different elements inside and outside of our government over the period of different Prime Ministers throughout the Canadian political history. In theory, the Parliament is the most important institution in the Canadian government and all members of the parliament are equal. The Prime Minister is supposed to be primus inter pares, meaning

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    President is elected by the voters, while the head of state in a parliament generally Prime Minister is elected by the legislature. The difference seems small, but it ends up making a world of difference. The US prides itself on separation of powers the legislature makes the laws, and the executive executes them. They provide checks and balances on each other, ensuring that neither one gets too powerful. Either one can work, though. There are many countries with parliaments, and the executive

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    The central focus of this essay is to understand the common process of appointing the Prime Minister, interpreting how Theresa May was selected and to comprehend as to whether or not this process was fair. Traditionally, the leader of the political party that can control a majority in the House of Commons, shall be appointed Prime Minister. ‘When a Prime Minister resigns, he or she advises the Queen’, however this is only a suggestion, she isn’t obliged. This is a rather inadequate factor as the

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    representative for the Federal government. However, it is the Prime Minister that governs Canada. The Prime Minister is known as the nation’s head of government, his role is known to be one of the most powerful leadership positions in any Western Democracy, meaning a great deal of Canadian political life centers around his/her deeds and decisions. Among our twenty-three Prime Ministers, Sir John Alexander Macdonald’s tenure as Prime Minister is remembered as one of the greatest successes in office.

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