much tighter rein on the policies promoted by candidates and the voting by elected representatives. Although the American political system has a strict 'separation of the powers members of the Supreme Court (the judiciary) are nominated by one of the other arms of government (the President) and approved by one part of another arm of government (the Senate which. To be more specific, the welfare benefit must not exceed half of the minimum wage!
Whether our system would now be improved by assimilation in this respect with that of England, or that of England by assimilation to ours, are questions which we are not now discussing. It was right to set the top political offices to be unpaid positions, so that you had to make it first before being eligible to serve at the top. In Britain, every Government Minister must be a member of one of the two Houses of Parliament and, if he or she is not already in the Parliament, then he or she is made a peer (that is, a member of the House of Lords). Besides the fact that the UK does not have a constitution as such, it is rare for British politicians to argue that the actions or proposals of their opponents are illegal or ultra vires. By contrast, in Britain the Supreme Court is not appointed on a political basis and, like all British courts, avoids making decisions which it regards as proper to politicians and Parliament. Medicaid) and replacing them with a minimal welfare system. Exceptions including Japan and Switzerland. There are several versions of this nebulous concept, perhaps the most common being that the United States has a special 'superiority' in the world because of its history, size, wealth and global dominance plus the 'sophistication' of its constitution and power of its values such. No, the term "republic" does not mean much these days. Constitution to morph itself into a democracy (i.e. In America, the term 'liberal' generally means quite left-wing. In the House of Representatives, the Speaker - chosen by the members of the largest party - has considerable power and acts in a highly partisan fashion.
British Vs American Democracy