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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Monarch: A sovereign head of state,especially a king, queen, or emperor. Prime Minister Parliament House of Lords Election of MP's Function of MP's Local and Regional Governments Hierarchy of Power Tony Abbottis the Prime Minister of Australia. He is the second in power next to themonarch and is the top head of the regional government to which they belong. Prime Minister: The head of an elected government; the principal minister of a sovereign or state. The House of Lords is the most powerful house (because its made by the elite)of the two houses in the Parliament of the United Kingdom. Just like the House of Commons,it meets in the Palace of Westminster. MP's are elected in general elections and and may remain MP's until Parliament is dissolved, which would occur within five years of the last general election, as stated down in the Parliament Act "1911". A member of parliament is the representative of the people who voted for him to be in the parliament. In many countries with bicameral (Two Houses, like the UK) parliaments, this category includes specially members of the "lower" house, The Regional Government is the executive branch of any devolved government that is part of the United Kingdom. It is recognized as the legislature which represents the interests of the people that live in that area and is in charge of revising and making laws at a regional level. For example; The National Assembly of Wales was created by the Government of Wales in 2006. -Monarch-Prime Minister-Parliament -How government works. (n.d.). Retrieved January 16, 2015, from Parliament. (n.d.). Retrieved January 16, 2015, from The Government of the United Kingdom How It Works In the United Kingdom the monarch is the maximum authority of power, being able to override any local or regional government. In this case, Queen Elizabeth II. Parliament: (in the UK) the highest legislature, consisting of the sovereign, the House of Lords, and the House of Commons. A member of the Parliament is known as an MP The House of Commonsis the "less powerful" house (made by commoners)of the Parliament ofthe United Kingdom. Theymeet in the Westminster's Palace, and the House is elected, and consists of 650 members known as members of parliament. Jose Ignacio EspinosaSebastian Donoso
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