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July 21, 2013 in News Tags:

In the case of rejection of the proposal to Cabinet, the Executive may raise another cabinet or call early general elections. Congress has a deadline to pass major initiatives of the President. Not be approved at this time, it could result in that Parliament is dissolved and convening of elections. The vote of censure by the Parliament may result in the automatic fall of the Minister. The head of State of primary function is ensuring the regular functioning of the institutions, and directs foreign policy, diplomacy and the armed forces. On the other hand, there is the Parliament organised in two chambers. Both arise out of universal suffrage: the Parliament does not depend on the head of State in terms of your choice, nor the head of State dependent on the Parliament. The Government arises from the National Assembly, which can be dissolved by the President of the Republic.

The President, head of State, constitutes a one-person power, elected based on universal suffrage, and in this respect this system resembles the presidential. Parliament, by his party, is elected; the Prime Minister, that emerges from the National Assembly, is who appoints his ministers. That combination of a head of State elected based on universal suffrage, with an also elected Parliament (it is worth insisting) is what gives this system of mixed character. 5 Benefits.-the Chairman is autonomous but share power with a Prime Minister; in turn, Prime Minister comes from the Parliament and must obtain their support continuously. The Executive power is divided between a head of State – the President of the Republic – and a head of Government, or Prime Minister. Each one has a different origin: while the President arises directly from the popular vote, the head of Government is appointed by parliamentary majority. The President of the Republic appoints the latter, indeed, but always according to the party or the majority coalition in the Parliament.

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