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practice midterm - 1. The republic tradition in France is...

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1. The republic tradition in France is associated with which of the following: separation of church and state . 2. The Fifth Republic in France (1959 to now) is a mixed presidential-parliamentary system . 3. The French president in the Fifth Republic has the power to: dissolve the parliament . 4. Under the Fifth Republic constitution, legislation that the government declares to be a matter of confidence: is passed by decree without a vote . 5. The “blocked vote” gives the government the power to: demand a vote on a bill without amendments . 6. The French electoral system for the National Assembly is single member’s district . 7. The 1958 constitution of France gives the president the power to dissolve the parliament 8. In the 1958 French constitution cabinet members may speak in parliament but cannot vote there . 9. In the current French constitutional system, the government’s budget may be passed by a decree if the parliament does not approve it within a specified time . 10. In de Gaulle’s original conception of the French constitution, the executive was divided
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