Democracy Created by: Miñano Pérez Amando Navarro Juan francisco Hurtado Dólera Francisco.
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- Democracy Created by: Miano Prez Amando Navarro Juan francisco Hurtado Dlera Francisco
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- What minds this word? The term is derived from the Greek: - (dmokrata) "rule of the people", which was coined from (dmos) "people" and (krtos) "power", in the middle of the fifth-fourth century BC to denote the political sistems then existing in some Greek city-states, notably Athens following a popular uprising in 508 Bc. Even though there is no specific, universally accepted definition of 'democracy', there are two principles that any definition of democracy includes: equality and freedom. (dubious discuss) These principles are reflected in all citizens being equal before the law and having equal access to power. and the freedom of its citizens is secured by legitimized rights and liberties which are generally protected by a constitution.
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- How is the democraty of my country? Franco dies 20-N of 1975 and ends his epoch without it has been knocked down. 22.11.1975 It's Proclaimed.4.07.1976 king don Juan Carlos as successor of Franco Adolfo Surez, new prime minister, chosen because it(he) is considered to be manageable by the king. Later The PSOE gained the choices and Jose Luis Rodrguez Zapatero was elected A Prime minister. Three of the most important measures of the Government in the beginning of his mandate were: the participation of the woman in the half of the charges of the Ministers' Council, the retreat of the Spanish troops in Iraq and the approval of the marriage between homosexual. The legislative power relapses into the General Spanish Parliament, bicameral assembly composed by the Congress of the Deputies and the Senate.
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- Continue They represent the people, exercise the legislative responsibility and approve the budgets. The Senate is the high chamber integrated by a changeable number of senators, of whom one is elect for the legislature of every Autonomous Community, and another by every million inhabitants The Deputies they are chosen in every electoral circumscription, which has attributed a minimal initial representation and an additional number of benches in accordance with his population; the electoral ordinary circumscription is the province. In case of the Autonomous Cities of Ceuta and Melilla one does not count the provincial circumscription. In case of the Autonomous Cities of Ceuta and Melilla one does not count the provincial circumscription. Each of these cities is represented by a Deputy. The deputies last in his order four years, or his mandate can finish the day that the Spanish Parliament is disueltas for the King, by request of the President.
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- The most important institutions in Spain and Europe The most important institutions of Europe are: - The European cabinet meeting. - The Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe. - The European commission - The European Parliament - The European Court of Justice - The European Ombudsman The most important institutions of Spain are: the king power legislative power executive the judiciary the parliament government-composed for first minister and other ministers Judges the king power legislative power executive the judiciary the parliament government-composed for first minister and other ministers Judges
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- The democracy in Europe Europe Democracy is an electoral list, which participates in the European elections. The party's main platform is the introduction of Esperanto as the official language of the EU in order to promote linguistic unity in the union. As Europe Dmocratie Espranto, the party first took part in an election in the European Parliament election, 2004, in France. Its German branch, Europa Demokratie Esperanto, failed to gather the 4000 signatures necessary to participate in the elections in Germany despite intense efforts The list's main goal is the promotion of Esperanto in the EU. In the mediumterm, it wants Esperanto taught in schools Europewide, and in the long-term, it wants the EU to adopt Esperanto as its official language. In order to make this goal a reality, the EDE is striving to have list candidates in each country in the EU for the European Parliament election, 2009. Until now the organisation has only had branch offices in France and Germany. In red: countries that still suffer from monarchism. In blue: nations with more or less democratic rate.
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- Types of government Capitalism(Rusia) In a capitalist or free-market economy, people own their own businesses and property and must buy services for private use, such as healthcare. Socialism(Norway) Socialist governments own many of the larger industries and provide education, health and welfare services while allowing citizens some economic choices Communism(Cuba) In a communist country, the government owns all businesses and farms and provides its people's healthcare, education and welfare.
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- Continue Dictatorship (Iraq) Rule by a single leader who has not been elected and may use force to keep control. In a military dictatorship, the army is in control. Usually, there is little or no attention to public opinion or individual rights. Totalitarian (China) Rule by a single political party. People are forced to do what the government tells them and may also be prevented from leaving the country. Theocracy (Iran) A form of government where the rulers claim to be ruling on behalf of a set of religious ideas, or as direct agents of a deity.
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- Continue Monarchy (Jordan) A monarchy has a king or queen, who sometimes has absolute power. Power is passed along through the family. Parliamentary (Israel) A parliamentary system is led by representatives of the people. Each is chosen as a member of a political party and remains in power as long as his/her party does. Republic (USA) A republic is led by representatives of the voters. Each is individually chosen for a set period of time. Anarchy (Afghanistan) Anarchy (Afghanistan) Anarchy is a situation where there is no government. This can happen after a civil war in a country, when a government has been destroyed and rival groups are fighting to take its place.
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- Continue... Revolutionary (France) The existing structure is overthrown by a completely new group. The new group can be very small - such as the military - or very large - as in a popular revolution. After a period of time, this 'becomes' one of the other type of government (unless there is another coup or uprising). Democracy (India) Democracy (India) In a democracy, the government is elected by the people. Everyone who is eligible to vote - which is a majority of the population - has a chance to have their say over who runs the country. In a democracy, the government is elected by the people. Everyone who is eligible to vote - which is a majority of the population - has a chance to have their say over who runs the country.
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- blue - presidential republics, full presidential system green - presidential republics, executive presidency linked to a parliament yellow - presidential republics, semi-presidential system orange - parliamentary republics red - parliamentary constitutional monarchies in which the monarch does not personally exercise power magenta - constitutional monarchies in which the monarch personally exercises power, often alongside a weak parliament purple - absolute monarchies brown - republics whose constitutions grant only a single party the right to govern olive - military dictatorshipsfull presidential systemexecutive presidencyparliamentsemi-presidential systemparliamentary constitutional monarchies absolute monarchiessingle partymilitary dictatorships