Who elects Armenia's prime minister?
Armenia's prime minister is appointed by the president of Armenia.
Both. France elects a President, who appoints a Prime Minister.
The party that won the majority in the elections choses a person who will be the Prime-minister.
The elected members of the majority party of the Lok Sabha elect the Prime Minister of India.
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The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom comes from the party with the majority members of parliament. The parliament has 645 members.
the parliament elects the prime minister
No, Cameroon is a Republic that elects a President and a Prime Minister
it is a democratic system whch means one person could fight the prime minister in a fist fight and if they win they can become the new prime minister . jobo haudilaz elects the prime minister
In a parliamentary system, the Prime Minister appoints the cabinet members.
In Scotland or any part of the UK you do not vote for a Prime Minister. You vote for your local Member of Parliament. He or she is usually a member of a political party, and the party elects a leader who becomes the Prime Minister if that party has the most Members of Parliament.
If Gordon Brown resigns as leader of the labor Party does he therefore resign as Prime Minister and then what happens?
The party elects a new leader who is then the new prime minister. As happened when Blair resigned.
It is different in different countries. Some countries that have prime ministers do not have a monarch. In others it is often the people or the parliament that actually elects the prime minister and the monarch gives them their official seal of office.
The type of democracy in which the legislature elects a prime minister is called a Westminster system. Current countries using this system include Australia, India, Pakistan, and Malaysia.
The Governor General is not elected, but officially appointed by the Queen on the advice of Australia's Prime Minister.
Cambodia elects a new parliament every 5 years. The last election was in 2008.
Both houses of the Diet vote on a candidate for the prime minister of Japan. If the two houses do not agree, there is a committee formed to attempt to compromise. Otherwise, the House of Representatives choice takes precedence.
Switzerland has neither a president nor a prime minister. The Swiss government is lead by a seven member Federal Council, which elects a council president and vice-president who are both largely symbolic.
First, the individual is elected to parliament by the people, though the cannot specify that the individual is to be prime minister. Then as the leader of the largest party the person is put forward to be voted on by members of the parliament for the position of Prime Minister. So it is the parliament that actually elects the prime minister to their position. The head of state then usually officially gives them their seal… Read More
The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom is appointed by the Queen, with agreement from the House of Commons (the elected members of Parliament). This is normally a mere formality and the leader of the party with the most seats generally gets appointed.
Prime Ministers are not elected by a legislative branch, they are elected by political parties. They become leaders of their party and if that party wins and election, they become the Prime Minister of a government after being invited to form a government by the head of state.
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The Australian Prime Minister is elected for a period of three years. However, the PM may call an election several months earlier than the full three year term if he feels it is a strategic move.
The parliament elects the Prime Minister, who then chooses the cabinet from the House of Commons and House of Lords.
The Governor General of Canada is not elected. Her Majesty the Queen of Canada appoints the Governor General on the advice of the Prime Minister of Canada.
Argentina elects its first female Prime Minister, Cristina FernÃ¡ndez de Kirchner. An 8.1 earthquake starts a tsunami in the Solomon Islands.
Citizens of state where the election for Chief Minister is held
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It is important to understand that, in a parliamentary system, voters do not elect a government, nor do they elect a prime minister; voters elect a parliament. Before an election is called, one of the members of parliament is the current prime minister. That person is also the leader of the political party that holds the largest number of seats in the House of Commons. Each political party has a leader who has been chosen… Read More
The Indian Prime Minister is selected by the party which secures the maximum seats in the Lok Sabha(Parliament). The winning party or group of parties(coalition) elects a member from their own party members. That person should have won a seat from any constituency in India and must not hold any other office of profit.
the prime minister has been prime minister since 2007. that means the prime minister has been prime minister for about 6 to 7 years.
Why does the US need a President? A Prime Minister is an essential part of our parliamentary system, as opposed to the Presidential system followed in the US. The Canadian Head of State is Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth, represented by the Governor General, Michelle Jean, who represents the Queen in only a constitutional capacity. The Governor General is appointed by Her Majesty, on the recommendation of Canada's Prime Minister. In the US, the President is… Read More
There is no Prime Minister for England as an individual nation. The Prime Minister is the British Prime Minister.
The US does not have a Prime Minister and never has had one. The US does not have a Prime Minister and never has had one. The US does not have a Prime Minister and never has had one. The US does not have a Prime Minister and never has had one. The US does not have a Prime Minister and never has had one. The US does not have a Prime Minister and never… Read More
No one is, there is no prime minister of Nottingham forest, but the prime minister of England is the prime minister of Nottingham
The French Prime Minister title in French is Premier ministre français. He is both the head of government and of the Council of Ministers of France.
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Scotland does not have it's own Prime Minister. The Prime Minister of the UK is also the Prime Minister of Scotland.
The Prime Minister is the head of government. Ministers are lower than the Prime minister.
Our prime minister is Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama
Um...that would be the Deputy Prime Minister.
A quasi-presidential system is one in which a nominally parliamentary government elects its Prime Minister (or executive head) directly rather than by simply allowing the leader of the governing party to take the office.
India has Parliamentary System. People elect representative by secrete voting in General Elections. Those representative (552 in nos.) form Lok Sabha (Lower House). Biggest party (or biggest coliation) gets to form the government. And has to prove majority in the house. Leader of that party (or who so ever party nominates) become Prime Minister Of India.
Gordon Brown was Prime Minister of the UK in 2009. Deputy Prime Minister is not a permanent position in the UK Government - it is a position which is created depending on the wishes of the incumbent Prime Minister. In 2009 there was no Deputy Prime Minister.
Wales has a Prime Minister, who is called a First Minister, to distiguish them from the British Prime Minister.
Deputy Prime Minister will govern the country in absence of the Prime Minister. eg: if the Prime Minister is seriously sick or incapacitated.
Either the cabinet minister has to resign (if the cabinet still supports the Prime Minister), or if the cabinet no longer supports the Prime Minister the Prime Minister has to resign (resulting in a party election) or the Prime Minister can call a general election.
the difference between prime minister and chief minister is that the prime minister is the head of the country and chief minister is the head of the government
The United Kingdom is divided into 650 parliamentary constituencies each of which elects a member to the House of Commons, the lower chamber of the British Parliament. Normally one of the major parties is able to secure a majority of seats in the house and the leader of that party is then invited to form a government by the monarch with him or her self as the Prime Minister. This means that the prime minister… Read More