The legislative branch in England is known as Parliament. It does essentially the same thing as the US Congress, except that its members may serve in the Executive Branch (Prime Minister and ministers) without resigning their elective offices.
The Members of Parliament
Each individual state
a written outline of the government
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house of commons
The House of Commons is made up of elected members.
house of lords
freedom of speech
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house of lords
The United States went to war with England to win independence, but we were originally parented by many nations. That is why we are often known as "the melting pot."
The United States has a constitutional federal republican government with representative democracy and a limited range of socialist institutions.
The United States has no system of direct democracy. The people do not vote on laws nor do they vote directly for most federal officials; the only democratically elected federal leaders are senators and US representatives. We do not have any system for a national referendum.
Because the United States is a federal republic, we have two levels of government that function almost completely independently of the federal level; these are the 50 state governments and under them are municipal government of counties, cities, towns, etc. Most of the state and municipal governments have direct democracy in addition to representative democracy. We directly elect governors and school boards and mayors, etc. Most state and local governments also allow the people to vote directly on initiatives and other government actions.
The United States does not have a multiparty system.
The Federalists held a belief in a strong central government. Famous Federalists include Alexander Hamilton, the founder of the Federalist Party, and John Adams.
There are a few characteristic that are common to fungi. Some of the characteristic are heterotrophic that have cell walls.
They are found only in extreme environments