in the parliamentary system like great britain their customs, statues tradition

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which make the britain stron even though it does not have a constitution.

Aug 3rd, 2015

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Aug 3rd, 2015

in the parliamentary system like great britain their customs, states ,and traditions are so during thus britain has a constitutional. thus britain has a constitutional. define how each of these cited examples qualify britain to have a constitutional.

Aug 3rd, 2015

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Aug 3rd, 2015

This question is asking about two separate ideas that are not necessarily connected to one another.  The difference between a parliamentary system and a presidential system is not the same as the difference between a written and an unwritten constitution.  I will compare and contrast the parliamentary and presidential systems in this answer.

The major similarity between these two systems is that they have elected legislative branches that make the laws for a given country.  This is a very important similarity because it means that both systems are essentially democratic.  They clearly differ in important ways, but they are fundamentally democratic.

Perhaps the most important difference between these two systems is the fact that a parliamentary system lacks an independent executive branch.  In a parliamentary system, all of the leaders of the executive branch come from the legislative branch.  This is in contrast to a presidential system.  In a presidential system the two branches are completely separate and members of the legislature cannot also be members of the executive branch.  In the US, for example, this is stated in Article I, Section 6 of the Constitution.

The other very important difference between these two is that the presidential system allows different parties to be in control of different parts of the government.  In the parliamentary system, the legislative branch controls the executive branch.  This means that the two branches can never be controlled by different parties.  In the presidential system, by contrast, the president and the legislature are elected separately and independently.  It is possible, as in the United States today, for the president to be of a different political party than the majority of the legislature.  This cannot happen in a parliamentary system.

Thus, both of these systems are similar in a fundamental way because they are both democratic.  However, they differ in important ways because of the lack of separation of powers in the parliamentary system.


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