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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 David Cameron House of Commons House of Lords Queen Elizabeth II United Kingdom Governmental System Role: The Queen is the Head of State.The Uk has a constitutional monar-chy which means that the ability topass or make a laws needs to be agreed with the Parliament.The Head of state duty is to represent her country constitutionally and needs to be a representationof the unity and stability of the country The Prime Minister is the Head of the UK Government and main figure of the House of Commons. His duties are to: Supervise the Civil Service and Government Agencies and appoint members of government. He is respon-sible for all the decision making of the government The Parliament examines and challenges the government, they also debate on the passing of laws and can raise taxes. Bills are presented by a member, after they are read 3 times, and they vote on them the bill is passed to the House of Lords. They also control the government finances, and have Comitees that check upon government departments and have sessions. Lower house of the parliament is made up of 650 members. They are elected by citizens over 18 years old Purpose How they are elected? How they are elected? Purpose Prime Minister Role Role Monarch Parliament Local Governments Upper house of parliament made up of 700 members. Some are the nobility or hereditary peers. In the present day they are appointed as Lords by the monarch. 3 main responsibilitiesMaking LawsAnalize bills which are discused by both Houses of Parliament before it becomes law.In-depth consideration of public policyInvestigation of public policy. Selected commitees overlook economic affairs and perform public meetingsHolding Government to AccountInterrogation of governments work in chambers where minister must respond. Public is welcome to this meetings Ministers After they are in the Parliament the Prime Minister appoints the ministers. There are 121 members. The structure of local governments are different within the U.K. But there are counties, districts, parishes which have responsibilities that include raising taxes, creating small laws called statutes, also they administrate permits from the central governments. Their duty is to stand for the concerns from the local people to the central government.
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