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Parliamentary and Presidential Systems

 

  • Features of Presidential System
  • * In the presidential system, the forces are severely divided and can not deny execution.
  • * The president of the state has no authority to propose laws, he has the authority to veto laws.
  • * Government can not be reduced by insecurity. That is why there is no vote of confidence in the government establishment.
  • * The executive organ has a single structure.
  • * The president of the state is elected by the people and there is no early election.
  • * The head of state can not participate in the work of the legislature.
  • * No one in the executive organ can take part in the legislature.

 

  • Iran
  • South Korea
  • United States of America
  • Afghanistan
  • Azerbaijan
  • Turkmenistan
  • Kazakhistan
  • Indonesia
  • Armenia
  • Costa Rica
  • Uganda
  • Uruguay

 

  • Parliamentary System Features
  • * Execution in the parliamentary system is two heads.
  • * The president is politically irresponsible. For this reason counter signatures have been developed. (It creates the responsibility of the other minister who has the signature of the irresponsibility of the president of the state.)
  • * Cabinet is the responsible wing of the executive board.
  • * During the establishment of the government, a simple majority (a vote of more than half of the participants in the meeting) is cast with a confidence vote. Otherwise the government can not be established.
  • * At the same time, there is also a duty order trust quote. It requires a qualified majority (2/3 of the total number of council members). Only insecurity is counted. The goal is not to be reduced by the vote of insecurity, the confidence of the government is not reduced, and the ruling that will continue to see the ruling lose prestige.
  • * The government is responsible for the parliament.
  • * The executor has the right to terminate the life.
  • * The legislature also controls and decides to conduct it in various ways. These:

 

  • Question: It is done by a single proxy as a summer. Written or verbal.
  • Parliamentary survey: At least 20 lawmakers in writing.
  • Interpellation: 20 MPs in writing. It requires a government or a minister’s criminal responsibility.
  • – Government or a minister can be reduced. (2/3 of the full number of members of the Assembly)
  • Parliamentary inquiry: It requires political responsibilities of ministers and government. After the survey, the fate of the general assembly is scored. (2/3 of the total number of members of the Assembly)

 

 

 

  • Countries Governed by Parliamentary System
  • Albania
  • Austria
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Bulgaria
  • Greece
  • Hungary
  • Mongolia
  • Montenegro
  • Pakistan
  • Nepal
  • Poland
  • Singapore
  • Slovakia
  • Slovenia
  • Turkey

 

  • Semi Presidency System

 

  • * The Presidential system and the parliamentary system carry the features of the system together.
  • * President elected by the people.
  • * Government comes from life.

 

  • Countries governed by the semi-presidential system
  • Syria
  • France
  • Russia
  • Portugal
  • Finland

 

Parliamentary and Presidential Systems
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