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14 terms
Parliament
MP
Peer
House of Commons
House of Lords
Member of Parliament, someone who represents a their constitu…
A member of the House of Lords. This person may have a heredi…
Where elected MP's meet
Where the peers discuss the laws proposed by the Commons.
MP
Member of Parliament, someone who represents a their constitu…
Peer
A member of the House of Lords. This person may have a heredi…
5 terms
Parliament
refurbish
chair
assebly
constituency
...
...
...
...
refurbish
...
chair
...
34 terms
Parliament
Capital City
Why Ottawa?
Parliament Buildings
Confederation
Ottawa, 1857
- Political compromise... - More secure distance from US
East, West & Centre Blocks, 1859-1866... + Peace Tower (1927) &…
4 original provinces united to form Canada, 1867
Capital City
Ottawa, 1857
Why Ottawa?
- Political compromise... - More secure distance from US
56 terms
parliament
destitute
cheer up the troops
equivalence
national rally
bez środków, w nędzy, ogołocony
rozweselić ludzi
równoznaczność, jednoznaczność
wiec ogólnonarodowy
destitute
bez środków, w nędzy, ogołocony
cheer up the troops
rozweselić ludzi
44 terms
Parliament
Backbencher
Frontbencher
The opposition
The speaker
An MP who does not hold Government office as a Minister or if…
An MP who holds ministerial position in Government or 'shadow…
Includes the political parties other than the governing party…
Chairs debates and ensures that MPs follow the House's rules…
Backbencher
An MP who does not hold Government office as a Minister or if…
Frontbencher
An MP who holds ministerial position in Government or 'shadow…
8 terms
Parliament
Legislature
Parliamentary sovereignty (W, thus, ho…
Parliamentary government
Presidential system
the branch of the state responsible for passing laws.
Westminister Parliament has supreme law-making power and, can…
the executive and legislative branches overlap; government is…
separation of powers between the executive and the legislatur…
Legislature
the branch of the state responsible for passing laws.
Parliamentary sovereignty (W, thus, ho…
Westminister Parliament has supreme law-making power and, can…
32 terms
Parliament
Common law
Interpreting statue law
Precedent
Civil case
is a type of law that is established by particular cases, as…
Is the process when courts interpret and apply legislation.
The cases which make new decisions.
Is a lawsuit that usually deals with contracts and/or torts?
Common law
is a type of law that is established by particular cases, as…
Interpreting statue law
Is the process when courts interpret and apply legislation.
20 terms
parliament
bicameral
government
scrutinize
constituency
consisting of two separate groups of people involved in makin…
the people who control a country, region, or town and make de…
to examine something very carefully
a division of a country that elects a representative to a par…
bicameral
consisting of two separate groups of people involved in makin…
government
the people who control a country, region, or town and make de…
25 terms
PARLIAMENT
Hung Parliament
Coalition government
Minority government
Parliamentary sovereignty
Occurs when no single party commands an absolute majority of…
When two or more parties form the government, having reached…
A government made up of a party/parties whose members do not…
The doctrine that parliament has absolute and unlimited autho…
Hung Parliament
Occurs when no single party commands an absolute majority of…
Coalition government
When two or more parties form the government, having reached…
12 terms
Parliament
Parliament makes law
Parliament
HOC
HOL
- Unsuitable for judiciary to make all law as slow, unelected…
- HOL, HOC
- 650 MPS from individual constituencies... - Fixed Term Parliam…
Total: 760, Life - 650 Hereditary peers - 90... - Unelected - se…
Parliament makes law
- Unsuitable for judiciary to make all law as slow, unelected…
Parliament
- HOL, HOC
11 terms
Parliament
What are the three parts of Parliament?
What is the House of Commons more powe…
How many members of Parliament are the…
What is the name of the Building where…
House of Lords... House of Commons... Monarchy
House of Lords
650
Palace of Westminster
What are the three parts of Parliament?
House of Lords... House of Commons... Monarchy
What is the House of Commons more powe…
House of Lords
40 terms
Parliament
Have been made up of
Pageantry
General election
A by-election
Etre composé de
Cérémonies
Élections législatives
Élection partielle
Have been made up of
Etre composé de
Pageantry
Cérémonies
12 terms
The Parliament
Green Paper: ... Gives background informa…
bill becoming a law:
The lors spiritual:
How the HoL lost its power:
The Parliament: ... makes new laws... gives authority for the gover…
1.First Reading = formal announcement of proposal, no debate…
Next to the life peers and the hereditary peers, there is one…
The Second Parliament Act (1949) Reduces the HoL's legislatio…
Green Paper: ... Gives background informa…
The Parliament: ... makes new laws... gives authority for the gover…
bill becoming a law:
1.First Reading = formal announcement of proposal, no debate…
12 terms
Parliament
Freedom of speech - Queen chose:
Theory
Reality
1571
what to debate... house speaker
freedom of speech
queen made clear what to discuss
mp's asked queen to discuss marriage but she said they had no…
Freedom of speech - Queen chose:
what to debate... house speaker
Theory
freedom of speech
19 terms
PARLIAMENT
Seperation of powers
Govener General
Divison of powers
Democracy
the legislative, executive, and judiciary powers of governmen…
The person who reperesents the queen
Powers through out the government are Divided into three sect…
A power of government that includes all people or a nation.
Seperation of powers
the legislative, executive, and judiciary powers of governmen…
Govener General
The person who reperesents the queen
15 terms
Parliament
Separation of Powers
Division of powers
Democracy
Government
the vesting of the legislative, executive, and judiciary powe…
the principle that sovereignty should be divided between the…
a system of government by the whole population or all the eli…
the group of people with the authority to govern a country or…
Separation of Powers
the vesting of the legislative, executive, and judiciary powe…
Division of powers
the principle that sovereignty should be divided between the…
17 terms
Parliament
House of Commons
House of Lords
Parliament
bicameral legislature
it is the lower house of Parliament
it is the upper house of Parliament
the legislature
a parliament with two chambers
House of Commons
it is the lower house of Parliament
House of Lords
it is the upper house of Parliament
39 terms
Parliament
Maori Representation Act 1867 (NZ)
Creation of Maori seats in House of Re…
Maori needed land title to
Women couldn't vote because
Māori men enabled to vote in new 4 Māori electorates to cre…
motivate conversion of customary land into freehold title
be able to vote
they couldn't own property
Maori Representation Act 1867 (NZ)
Māori men enabled to vote in new 4 Māori electorates to cre…
Creation of Maori seats in House of Re…
motivate conversion of customary land into freehold title
Parliament
Sovereign
House of Reps
PICKIN V BRITISH RAILWAY BOARD
Political Competition + Elections
-Represented by GG in NZ... -Largely ceremonial... -Dissolves Parli…
-Provides a govt. from among its members (responsible govt.)…
-Dispute over land .... BRB claim they own it b/c of private…
-Iron rule of political contest ... -Govt. vs. opposition (rest…
Sovereign
-Represented by GG in NZ... -Largely ceremonial... -Dissolves Parli…
House of Reps
-Provides a govt. from among its members (responsible govt.)…
18 terms
PARLIAMENT
SEPARATION OF POWERS
DIVISION OF POWERS
DEMOCRACY
GOVERNMENT
the vesting of the legislative, executive, and judiciary powe…
is divided between the federal government and the states espe…
form of government in which the people rule, either directly…
the form or system of rule by which a state, community, etc.,…
SEPARATION OF POWERS
the vesting of the legislative, executive, and judiciary powe…
DIVISION OF POWERS
is divided between the federal government and the states espe…
15 terms
Parliament
Separation of Powers
Division Of Powers
Democracy
Goverment
the vesting of the legislative, executive, and judiciary powe…
the principle that sovereignty should be divided between the…
a system of government by the whole population or all the eli…
the group of people with the authority to govern a country or…
Separation of Powers
the vesting of the legislative, executive, and judiciary powe…
Division Of Powers
the principle that sovereignty should be divided between the…
18 terms
Parliament
Seperation of Powers
Division of Powers
Democracy
Government
Both the State/ Territory Parliaments or governments are grou…
Local Councils, Stats/ Territory Parliaments and the Federal…
A system of government by the whole population or all the eli…
The group of people with the authority to govern a country or…
Seperation of Powers
Both the State/ Territory Parliaments or governments are grou…
Division of Powers
Local Councils, Stats/ Territory Parliaments and the Federal…
18 terms
Parliament
Separation of powers
Division of powers
Democracy
Government
the vesting of the legislative, executive, and judiciary powe…
division of powers. 1 : separation of powers. 2 : the princip…
a system of government by the whole population or all the eli…
the group of people with the authority to govern a country or…
Separation of powers
the vesting of the legislative, executive, and judiciary powe…
Division of powers
division of powers. 1 : separation of powers. 2 : the princip…
8 terms
Parliament
Accountability
Bicameralism
Presidential Government
The Separation and Fusion of powers
The principle that government should be accountable for its a…
Literally, this means 'two chambers'. It is used to describe…
The political principle that a president has a separate sourc…
The separation of powers is the principle that the powers of…
Accountability
The principle that government should be accountable for its a…
Bicameralism
Literally, this means 'two chambers'. It is used to describe…
16 terms
Parliament
parliament
Westminster model
Whitehall model
Transformative model
- an assembly that has the power to debate and make laws
- the idea of how British politics should work... Key features:…
- parliament is just a rubber stamp for governtment bills... - n…
- parliament mainly checks, amends, changes the government bi…
parliament
- an assembly that has the power to debate and make laws
Westminster model
- the idea of how British politics should work... Key features:…
9 terms
parliament
government
parliament
5 principles of the legal system
court hierarchy
refers to the group of people with the highest authority to g…
Is the supreme law making body consisting of the crown, the l…
The law must be known and understood... Law must reflect communi…
Specialisation... Appeals... Doctrine of precedent... Administrative c…
government
refers to the group of people with the highest authority to g…
parliament
Is the supreme law making body consisting of the crown, the l…
18 terms
Parliament
Act
capitol
Chamber
deputy
[countable] a law that has been passed by a parliament... an ___…
(also the Capitol) [singular] the building in Washington DC w…
(also Chamber) [countable + singular or plural verb] one of t…
the name for a member of parliament in some countries
Act
[countable] a law that has been passed by a parliament... an ___…
capitol
(also the Capitol) [singular] the building in Washington DC w…
8 terms
Parliament
Parliament consisists of
Parliament can
House of commons
House of Lords
Queen ... House of lords ... House of commons
Make laws ... Repeal laws ... Amend laws
Government MPs and ministers
Hereditary peers ... Life peers ... Senior bishops of church of eng…
Parliament consisists of
Queen ... House of lords ... House of commons
Parliament can
Make laws ... Repeal laws ... Amend laws
15 terms
Parliament
Separation of powers
Division of powers
Democracy
Parliament
powers of government in separate parts.
Separation of powers.
a system of government by the whole population.
the highest bodies of government
Separation of powers
powers of government in separate parts.
Division of powers
Separation of powers.
11 terms
Parliament
Ellen Street Estates [1934]
R v Fineberg [1968]
Attorney-General v Trethowan [1932]
Westco Lagan Ltd v Attorney-General [2…
Orthodox Parliamentary Sovereignty... Two statutes conflicted:…
Powers of NZ Parliament... New Zealand Parliament's not as wide…
Manner and form restrictions... Bill doubly entrenching certain…
Manner and form restrictions... Obiter statements accepting jud…
Ellen Street Estates [1934]
Orthodox Parliamentary Sovereignty... Two statutes conflicted:…
R v Fineberg [1968]
Powers of NZ Parliament... New Zealand Parliament's not as wide…
21 terms
Parliament
Parliament
Legislature
Head of State
Motion of no confidence
An assembly that has the power to debate and make laws
The branch of government responsible for passing laws
The chief public representative
A parliamentary notion which, if passed, requires the resigna…
Parliament
An assembly that has the power to debate and make laws
Legislature
The branch of government responsible for passing laws
15 terms
Parliament
Separation of Powers
Division of Powers
Democracy
Government
The vesting of the legislative, executive, and judiciary powe…
The principle that sovereignty should be divided between the…
A system of government by the whole population or all the eli…
The group of people with the authority to govern a country or…
Separation of Powers
The vesting of the legislative, executive, and judiciary powe…
Division of Powers
The principle that sovereignty should be divided between the…
23 terms
Parliament
composition of house of commons
composition of house of lords
functions of the commons
functions of the lords
650MPs... -majority forms govt... -opposition front bench;senior ot…
-92 hereditary peers;26 archbishops and bishops of church of…
-grant formal approval for legislation... -call govt to account…
-grant formal approval for legislation... -call govt to account…
composition of house of commons
650MPs... -majority forms govt... -opposition front bench;senior ot…
composition of house of lords
-92 hereditary peers;26 archbishops and bishops of church of…
PARLIAMENT
Parliament
Bicameralism
The 7 functions of parliament
Functions of the commons
is otherwise known as the legislature. However, parliament is…
Describes a situation where parliament has two chambers. The…
1. Legislation... 2. Scrutiny... 3. Accountability... 4. Representatio…
1. Granting popular consent to proposed legislation... 2. Refusi…
Parliament
is otherwise known as the legislature. However, parliament is…
Bicameralism
Describes a situation where parliament has two chambers. The…
57 terms
Parliament
scrutiny
to debate and pass law
to rise taxes
to comprise...members
тщательное рассмотрение
обсуждать и издавать законы
взымать налоги
включать...человек
scrutiny
тщательное рассмотрение
to debate and pass law
обсуждать и издавать законы
9 terms
Parliament
Tudor Monarchs
Elizabeth I
James I
dissenters
believed in divine right and recognized the value of good rel…
consulted and controlled parliament
a stuart who did not want his powers disputed upon
protestants who differed with the church of England
Tudor Monarchs
believed in divine right and recognized the value of good rel…
Elizabeth I
consulted and controlled parliament
32 terms
Parliament
The parliament is the supreme organ of…
Its members are elected for the term o…
It shall exercise its rights based on…
The task of the Parliament are the fol…
Az országgyűlés a legfelsőbb népképviseleti hatalmi szerv,
tagjait az állampolgárok 4 évente választják,
Jogait a népszuverenitás alapján gyakorolja
Hatáskörén belül az Ogy:
The parliament is the supreme organ of…
Az országgyűlés a legfelsőbb népképviseleti hatalmi szerv,
Its members are elected for the term o…
tagjait az állampolgárok 4 évente választják,
9 terms
Parliament
Public bills
Government bills
Private bills
Private member bills
Affect entire population
These often seek to fulfil the parties manifestos and likely…
Affect particular areas of policy or a specific organisation…
Introduced by any mp on any issue, rarely succeed without gov…
Public bills
Affect entire population
Government bills
These often seek to fulfil the parties manifestos and likely…
12 terms
PARLIAMENT
amount of MPs in the house of commons
powers of house of commons
hereditary peers has been reduced
life peers are appointed by
650
supreme legislative powers and can remove the government of t…
from 700 to 92 in 1999
prime minister
amount of MPs in the house of commons
650
powers of house of commons
supreme legislative powers and can remove the government of t…
38 terms
Parliament
differences in the comosition of the l…
differences in the functions of the lo…
reasons the government dominates palia…
resons parliament can control government
lords have more members, lords are appointed, lords can be fo…
c redress grievances, c legitimisation, l delaying, l scrutin…
majority in commons, gov can appoint peers, gov controls agenda
hold them to account, pass bills, vote of no confidence, scru…
differences in the comosition of the l…
lords have more members, lords are appointed, lords can be fo…
differences in the functions of the lo…
c redress grievances, c legitimisation, l delaying, l scrutin…
25 terms
Parliament
Frontbencher
Backbencher
Whip
Bicameralism
An MP who holds a ministerial or shadow ministerial position.…
An MP who does not hold a ministerial or shadow ministerial p…
A party official responsible for ensuring that MPs turn up to…
A political system in which there are two chambers in the leg…
Frontbencher
An MP who holds a ministerial or shadow ministerial position.…
Backbencher
An MP who does not hold a ministerial or shadow ministerial p…
12 terms
Parliament
Prime Minister
Leader of Opposition
House of Review
House of Representatives
A prime minister is the most senior minister of cabinet in th…
Leader of the second highest number of seats in the lower house
where the senate reviews the laws being passed through
The House of Representatives has a number of important functi…
Prime Minister
A prime minister is the most senior minister of cabinet in th…
Leader of Opposition
Leader of the second highest number of seats in the lower house
61 terms
Parliament
Nature of Parliament
House of Commons Nature
House of Lords nature
Functions of Parliament (Both Houses)
Bicameral, has two chambers
650 MP's elected in constituencies... MP's represent the interes…
Upper house, but junior partner... 92 Hereditary peers, 26 archb…
Formal legislation approval... Calling government to account... Scr…
Nature of Parliament
Bicameral, has two chambers
House of Commons Nature
650 MP's elected in constituencies... MP's represent the interes…
68 terms
Parliament
népképviseleti szerv
központi költségvetés
jóváhagy
felhatalmaz
organ of popular representation
State Budget
approve
authorise
népképviseleti szerv
organ of popular representation
központi költségvetés
State Budget
25 terms
Parliament
Bird's eye view
Debate S
To amend S
To scrutinise S
Vogelperspektive
Discuss S
to change S
to examine S
Bird's eye view
Vogelperspektive
Debate S
Discuss S
12 terms
PARLIAMENT
ARTICLE 52
ARTICLE 53
ARTICLE 54
ARTICLE 55
THERE SHALL BE PRESIDENT OF INDIA
SUPREME COMMANDER OF ARMED FORCES
ELECTORAL COLLAGE
UNIFORMITY OF SCALE IN REPRESENTATIVES OF DIFFERENT STATES IN…
ARTICLE 52
THERE SHALL BE PRESIDENT OF INDIA
ARTICLE 53
SUPREME COMMANDER OF ARMED FORCES
14 terms
Parliament
Upper House
Lower House
Executive power
Concurrent power
Cth: Senate 76 members... State: legislative council 40 members
Cth: House of Representatives 150 members... State: Legislative…
Power held by Cth parliament, outlined in Section 51 of const…
Law making powers held by Cth and states
Upper House
Cth: Senate 76 members... State: legislative council 40 members
Lower House
Cth: House of Representatives 150 members... State: Legislative…
21 terms
Parliament
who?
What does P do?
PICKIN V BRITISH RAILWAYS
House of Representatives
HoR (NZ egislative chamber w/120 seats filled with elected me…
- legislative branch: creates laws... - rules for legislative pr…
- even standing orders were ignored: not the role of the cour…
1. provides government from amongst members... -> PM must always…
who?
HoR (NZ egislative chamber w/120 seats filled with elected me…
What does P do?
- legislative branch: creates laws... - rules for legislative pr…
27 terms
Parliament
Who's in parliament?
What do parliament do?
Legislative process
Pickin
House of Reps, Sovereign
- Make legislation... - Provide govt.... - Represent people... - Must…
- Introduced... - 1st Reading... - Select Committee... - 2nd Reading... -…
- Company tried to argue they had rights to land through priv…
Who's in parliament?
House of Reps, Sovereign
What do parliament do?
- Make legislation... - Provide govt.... - Represent people... - Must…
11 terms
Parliament
Colour of the Lower House (Legislation…
Dicussion of a law
A Bill is also a
Governor of WA
Blue
Bill
Law
Kerry Sanderson
Colour of the Lower House (Legislation…
Blue
Dicussion of a law
Bill
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