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    Prime Minister

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    Does the Canadian Prime Minister have too much power and what can be done about it? For: Dr. D. Brown Political Science 221 11/18/2013 By: Luke Baxter | ID: 201005340 Second to the Governor General of Canada‚ the position of the Canadian Prime Minister is the single highest power a public servant can obtain. The residual power that the Governor General holds under the monarchy of Britain gives the Governor General the ultimate and final say

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    Canadian Prime Minister

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    Powers of the Office of the Prime Minister in Canada Pratishtha Widhani 1002057793 2nd August‚ 2016 POL111 Powers of the Office of the Prime Minister in Canada The Canadian Prime Minister is the head of the Government and has significant powers in deciding how the nation is supposed to work in their stipulated time frame. While he/she is not the head of the state‚ he/she leads the Canadian Armed Forces and appoints the cabinet ministers‚ Supreme Court judges‚ senators‚ ambassadors‚ and heads

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    Prime Ministers of India

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    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 Gandhi

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    Analyzing the speech ‘What Educated Women Can Do’ by Indira Gandhi‚ published in the Selected Speeches and Writings of Indira Gandhi from September 1972 to March 1977 (WordPress.com 2011) stresses on the importance of women’s education and their neglect not only in India but around the whole world. In this speech‚ Gandhi provides many strong stances on women’s education. Gandhi discusses its culture and superstitions and how women in India have been oppressed of proper/formal education. She also

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    The Prime Minister of Great Britain There are a lot of political issues in Great Britain today. United Kingdom is a large‚ industrialized democratic society and as such it has to have politics and therefore political issues. One of those issues how should executive branch work and whether the Prime Minister has too much power. Right now in Great Britain there is a great debate on this issue and I am going to examine it in detail. The facts I have used here are from different writings

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    government analogy In Canada’s government the head of it all is the prime minister. The prime minister has the role of leading the political party in charge of the country and has the role of making laws and defines the policies of their political party. Our hearts have similar roles to the prime minister. What they do is send blood around your body. The blood provides your body with the oxygen and nutrients it needs. Canada’s prime minister is like a heart because he/she has a role in all branches of the

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    Essay on if I were the Prime Minister of My Country www.preservearticles.com/.../549-word...‎ इस पृष्ठ का अनुवाद करें 03-08-2011 - I have so many schemes in mind for the upliftment and development of my country. If I were the Prime Minister‚ I would put into practice all the. Essay for students on If I were to become the Prime Minister of India www.preservearticles.com/.../essay-for-...‎ इस पृष्ठ का अनुवाद करें 11-08-2011 - If I were to become the Prime Minister of India. I will live like

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    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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    Prime Minister and Cabinet

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    All members of government are appointed by the PM. The cabinet (22-23 members) meet regularly. Ministerial selection The PM must weigh up the qualities of individuals against the political consequences of appointing them. Qualities that ideal ministers should possess: Must be politically reliable Must have potential Should share their views Managerial skills needed Under coalition How many cabinet posts do they have each? Must discuss whom to elect together Other forms of government Minority

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    Iceland Prime Minister

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    course of a week during October 2008. The banks in Iceland collapsed under the weight of its debts after a huge growth in the banking industry. Iceland ’s Prime Minister at the time Geir Haarde is facing criminal charges of negligence for failing to prevent the financial crisis. In this article by the Associated Press‚ Iceland ’s now ex-Prime Minister Geir Haarde is refusing to pled guilty to the charges. Mr. Haarde says that the collapse that left many people unemployed could not have been predicted

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    Prime Minister of India

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    The Prime Minister is the most important and powerful executive of the state. He can be called the ruler-of the state. He is the head of the Council of Ministers and all the powers of the President are actually exercised by the ministers. He can rule the country in a way which he thinks the best. He is the architect of the fate of state. Appointment The Prime Minister is appointed by the President but while doing so the President is not having a free hand. Only that person can be appointed to the

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    Taliban and Prime Minister

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    Question 1 - Silvio Berlusconi has been the Prime Minister of Italy for three times. Berlusconi is the owner of the company Media Set. He also owns an advertising and publishing company and about 50 magazines. His brother is the owner of the Italian Daily‚ one of the most read newspapers in Italy. Next to that he is the owner of the soccer club AC Milan. You can say Berlusconi is all around the country and it is difficult not noticing his influence. The power of Berlusconi

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    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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    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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    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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    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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    Prime Minister Bob Hawke

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    Australian Prime ministers after WW2. Sir Robert Hawke Born on the 9th of December 1929 Robert James Lee Hawke was born in Bordertown in South Australia. Known today as Bob Hawke he was educated at Perth Modern School and attended the University of Western Australia‚ where he completed a Bachelor’s Degree in Law and Arts Majoring in Economics. Upon graduating he took up a research scholarship at the Australian National University. Becoming a Rhodes Scholar with his academic achievements aside

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    Tun Abdul Razak’s Leadership Style Tun Abdul Razak succeeded Tunku Abdul Rahman as the second Prime Minister of Malaysia‚ leading and guiding the country from 1970 to 1976( 6 years). He was born in Pulau Keladi‚ Pahang on March 11‚ 1922 and he is the only son. The period if Tun Razak’s leadership as Malaysia’s prime minister is associated with the era of implementing the development strategy. Tun Abdul Razak also masterminded and implemented Malaysia’s New Economic Policy (NEP)‚ vigorously tackling

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    THE LEADERSHIP OF PRIME MINISTERS MALAYSIA Prepared for KRISHNAN A/L NARAYANAN‚ Tutor of OUM Open University Malaysia Jalan Tun Ismail‚ 50480 Kuala Lumpur By BONG KEE HONG‚ Student OUM 381a‚ Lorong 7a‚ Jalan Semaba‚ 93250‚ Kuching‚ Sarawak 871019526779001 25 June 2011 TABLE OF CONTENTS ABSTRACT Page 2 1.0 INTRODUCTION Page 3 2.0 Tun Dr. Mahathir bin Mohamad 2.1 Background and Characteristic Page 4 2.2 Policies: Vision 2020 (Wawasan 2020)

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    Tony Blair: Prime Minister or President? ‘Blair is by far the worst of the eight prime ministers I have known’. ‘It is the presidential system he sees emerging under Mr Blair (the fault of over-large majorities‚ the prime minister’s character and his well documented disdain for parliament) which he loathes’. Guardian article on veteran maverick Labour MP‚ Tam Dalyell‚ 29/03/05. Ever since he swept to power in 1997‚ Tony Blair’s unique dominance over his party and indeed‚ the UK’s political

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