Which countries have a parliamentary system of government?
Countries such as Botswana, Ethiopia, Mauritius, Somalia, South Africa, Barbados, Bahamas, Suriname, Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Iraq, Japan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Thailand, Finland, Ireland, Greece, Italy, Croatia, Samoa, New Zealand, Australia, Canada, Estonia, Great Britain, Israel, Jamaica, Belize, and Germany have parliamentary systems of government.
In countries that employ a parliamentary system of government, the head of state is a separate position to the head of government. This is in contrast to systems such as that in the United States, where the President of the United States is both the head of state and the head of government. Typically, in parliamentary forms of government, the head of state is a ceremonial position that embodies the people of the country. For…
Constitutional Monarchies (a type of Parliamentary system, where the monarchy has no power): United Kingdom, Japan, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Spain, Belgium, Holand, Norway and Sweden. Parliamentary Republics (with an elected President that doesn't have much power): India, Germany, Italy, Poland, Turkey, Israel, South Africa and the newly-formed government in Iraq. Presidential Systems: The United States of America and nearly all countries in South America, also Indonesia, Mexico, Iran and many countries in Africa.
Countries with a Parliamentary Democracy form of government is governed by a Prime Minister or a Chancellor. Belgium, Solomon Islands, Ireland, Australia, Saint Kitts And Nevis, Croatia, Dominica, Cook Islands, Papua New Guinea, Tuvalu, Saint Lucia, Trinidad and Tobago and Barbados are some examples of countries with a Parliamentary Democracy form of government.
What are the important democratic features of parliamentary and presidential forms of government in Australia?
What are the major difference between the Indian Parliamentary system and the British and French Parliamentary system?
To succinctly appreciate thes facts, parliamentary system of government still lingers in some independent countries which deserves a praise. British, French and Indian parliamentary system is however predicated on two houses that serves as constitutional and law prosecutors. The major differences however are as follows; in the British system, the house of lords is dominated by affluence and hereditary post including those that titles were confered on, theirby, the queen performs a ceremonial functions and…