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Prime Minister

topic of the Prime Minister and whether or not they hold too much power within their role. With past allegations of corruption, many are blinded by the true powers and limitations of what properly defines the role of our Prime Minister. Thesis: The purpose of this paper is to discuss the roles and responsibilities of the Prime Minister of Canada and evaluate his or her powers to identify whether or not these powers are limited in any way to fulfill the proper role of Prime Minister. The paper will...

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Prime Ministers of India

The Prime Minister of India, as addressed to in the Constitution of India, is the chief of government, chief advisor to the President of India, head of the Council of Ministers and the leader of the majority party in parliament. The prime minister leads the executive branch of the Government of India. The prime minister is the senior member of cabinet in the executive branch of government in a parliamentary system. The prime minister selects and can dismiss other members of the cabinet; allocates...

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Prime Minister and Western Mongolia

unicameral parliamentary system. The government chosen by the legislature exercises executive power. The legislative side of Mongolian government is the State Great Khural. The State Great Khural elects the Prime Minister. The current Prime Minister is Sanjaagiin Bayar. The deputy Prime Minister is Miyeegombyn Enkhbold. Mongolia has a very interesting culture. Mongolia holds a Naadam festival over a three-day period during the summer. It includes archery, horse racing, and Mongolian wrestling, which...

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if i were the prime minister of India

The Prime Minister of India, aha! The highest executive of the largest democracy of the world, what a promising position, what a status, and Oh! What laurels. However I see this position as it were with a pinch of salt as, it is more a thorny crown on the head of the person who wears it. Dealing with the daily affairs of the country, is not easy, so, this positions, this status, this name are not without the demerits. If I was to be the Prime Minister of India, the first and most difficult thing...

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Prime Minister and the Cabinet

of British government. The main objective of this essay is to analyse whether Prime Minister is more powerful than British Cabinet. It will first explain and define what is meant by Cabinet and Prime Minister, followed by their roles and duties in government. It will then analyze and explain relationship between the Prime Minister and the Cabinet. In conclusion, it will summarise key ideas and principles. Prime Minister is a head of government whose power is secured in Britain from the leadership...

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Was Lord Liverpool a Good Prime Minister

As with most prime ministers, lord Liverpool succeeded in some areas and had failures in others. His term in power can be spilt into two phases, his response to already existing problems which many characterise as repressive and the second his reforms which in the end had to come though to truly deal with some of Britons problems. The problems he faced were post war unrest, long term economic and social problems, radical threat and political reform. Lord Liverpool himself seems like a good candidate...

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Is the Prime Minister All Powerful?

The Prime Ministers of the last 25 years have been notes for deviating of what would be considered ‘Prime Ministerial’ into more of a ‘Presidential’ role. This is due to the expansion of a key power that the Prime Minister has, that of the Chief Executive, being expanded. The expansion of this power has led to many positive outcomes, for example, when Argentina invaded the Falkland Isles; Margaret Thatcher made the decision to send a naval task force to retake the Islands. Due to the success of...

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Prime Minister and Red Fort

country for 150 years. In fact, they came to India as ordinary traders but became its rulers. Our internal disunity offered them good scope to establish their foothold on our sacred soil. On 15th August 1947, Pt. Jawahar Lai Nehru, the first Prime Minister of j India unfurled the National Flag for the first time on the ramparts of Red Fort. Since then this day is being celebrated as our Independence Day throughout the country. It is celebrated as a National Festival. It has been declared a National...

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The Advantages of a Female Prime Minister in the Bahamas

Professor Walkes English 119 May 29th, 2013 The Advantages of a Female Prime Minister in The Bahamas. Imagine The Bahamas, landscaped with over 700 hundred breathtakingly picture- perfect islands governed, lead by a female prime minister. Yes, a smart, confident, strong, yet passionate, sensitive soul who is leading this chain of islands forward, upward, onward, and with Bahamians, together. In the past, The Bahamas and from a global perspective, the male was always portrayed as the...

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Analyse the Limitations on the Powers of the Prime Minister.

the powers of the prime minister. There are limitations to the prime ministers powers, despite the prime minister role being the highest in UK politics. The prime minister still maintains many powers but one main limitation that there is, is the prime ministers’ party. Ministerial appointments require some recognition of the need for political balance and administrative competence. There is pressure from colleagues or the media to appoint certain people- all Prime Ministers at least listen to...

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