• Presidential-- a system of government in
which the executive branch (president) exists
separately from the legislature
•...
Parliamentary
System
Executive
Legislature
Select
Executive
Presidential System
Elect
Legislature
Citizens
Citize...
• There are TWO types of Democratic
governments in the world
• 1. Presidential
2. Parliamentary
• Sounds easy enough. So i...
• Citizens vote for members of the legislative
branch, and then the legislature chooses the
leader
• The citizens DO NOT g...
• Citizens usually vote for members of the
executive AND legislative branch
• Citizens directly vote for the leader
• A si...
• Unique thing about this type: there’s a
separation of powers between the
branches of government
• The leader is constitu...
• Parliamentary: Citizens do not vote
directly for the leader. They vote on the
legislature, then the legislature chooses
...
Presidential parlimentary democracy
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Presidential parlimentary democracy

Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Published in: News & Politics      
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Transcripts - Presidential parlimentary democracy

  • 1. • Presidential-- a system of government in which the executive branch (president) exists separately from the legislature • Citizens vote for leader •Examples: Russia, US • Parliamentary – citizens elect legislature, legislature selects the leader •United Kingdom, Germany
  • 2. Parliamentary System Executive Legislature Select Executive Presidential System Elect Legislature Citizens Citizens
  • 3. • There are TWO types of Democratic governments in the world • 1. Presidential 2. Parliamentary • Sounds easy enough. So if you have a president, you’re Presidential and if you have a parliament, you’re Parliamentary?? • Ehhh…not exactly. Let me explain…
  • 4. • Citizens vote for members of the legislative branch, and then the legislature chooses the leader • The citizens DO NOT get to directly choose the leader • They have to vote on members of legislature first, and then those representatives choose the leader • Head of government and head of state are TWO different people Examples: United Kingdom, Germany,
  • 5. • Citizens usually vote for members of the executive AND legislative branch • Citizens directly vote for the leader • A single person is elected as the leader • This person is both head of government (chief executive) and head of state Examples: U.S.A., Russia, Mexico
  • 6. • Unique thing about this type: there’s a separation of powers between the branches of government • The leader is constitutionally independent of the legislature • Example: the leader does not make the laws, the legislature does
  • 7. • Parliamentary: Citizens do not vote directly for the leader. They vote on the legislature, then the legislature chooses the leader. • Presidential: Citizens directly vote on the leader.

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