Democratic Systems

Democratic Systems - Reelection in Spain of the...

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Reelection in Spain of the socialist-leaning government Russian Federation election caused the continuation of the current regime, with the hand-picked successor Medvedev as the new president Run-off election will most likely occur in Zimbabwe Former prime minister returned to Thailand, who owns a multi-million dollar media system and has been linked to a large amounts of corruption Rival political parties in Pakistan have decided to join up against Musharraf Socialist party did very well in local elections in France, which was a set back for the center-right party of Sarkozy’s government New administration of the Bank of Japan, one of the largest economies in the world an a major trading partner of the US Moat is being dug around the capital of Chad to protect it against rebel attacks Parliamentary democracy is more the standard of democratic countries, due to its use by the British and the subsequent use in their colonies Presidential democracy is based on the separation of powers, fear of both a tyrannical government and mob rule; mostly designed by Madison Parliamentary democracy has a domination by the legislature, head of government
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course POL 155 taught by Professor Richardson during the Spring '08 term at Northeastern.

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