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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Hierarchy of Power Monarch 38 United KingdomUnitary Government Parliament Prime Minister Head of state that delegates itยดs power to the prime minister and has insignificant participation Head of government that holds the power of a president Highest legislature composed of the House of Commons and House of Lords A state governed constitutionally in which sovereignty is concentrated at the level of a single government. What is a Unitary Government? House of Commons House of Lords It is the chamber of the Parliament in which members are publicly elected. Their role: Debate political issues and make proposals for new laws. It is a chamber of the Parliament in which membersare appointed by the Prime MinisterTheir role: Complement and shape lawsas well as checking and challenging the work of the government Members of the Parliament > The members of the parliament represent their interests and concerns of the people in the House of Commons. > During an election every citizen eligible to cast a vote selects one candidate to be a member depending on their political ideology.> Ministers are chosen by the Prime Minister from the members of the House of Commons and House of Lords. They are responsible for the actions of their departments. Structure of The Parliament Local Governments Local Government in the UK differs from the entire state and throughout the 4 regions. However, they are all overseen by the central governmentThere could be up to 3 layers:> County> District> ParishTheir responsibilities include: taxes management, development of statutes, representation of the interest of the locality to the regional and central government and the administration of grants from the central government. By: Daniela Salguero & Nicole Perez
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