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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
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.
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…
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
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…
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
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
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…
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
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…
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…
5 terms
Parliament
refurbish
chair
assebly
constituency
...
...
...
...
refurbish
...
chair
...
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…
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…
Parliament
Electorate
Companion Order of Australia (AC)
Coalition
Minority Government
the specific district/geographical area whose residents are r…
A title created by Queen Elizabeth II in 1975; awarded to Aus…
The formation of a political entity by the joining of two dif…
A government formed when the governing party has not gained e…
Electorate
the specific district/geographical area whose residents are r…
Companion Order of Australia (AC)
A title created by Queen Elizabeth II in 1975; awarded to Aus…
Parliament
Tudor monarchs
James I
Charles I
Cavaliers
Henry: recognized good relations with parliament ... Parliament…
Not skillful with dealing parliament... Lectures parliament ove…
Signed petition of right which said he could raise races with…
Support Charles I
Tudor monarchs
Henry: recognized good relations with parliament ... Parliament…
James I
Not skillful with dealing parliament... Lectures parliament ove…
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
8 terms
Parliament
Separation of Powers
Parliament
Westminster Model
Responsible Government
...
...
...
...
Separation of Powers
...
Parliament
...
53 terms
Parliament
un député de la base
bicaméral
le Congrès
un membre du Congrès
a back-bencher
bicameral, two-chamber
Congress (US)
a Congressman (US)
un député de la base
a back-bencher
bicaméral
bicameral, two-chamber
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…
PARLIAMENT
Parliament is made up of
Bicameralism
Roles of Parliament: Legislation
Private Members Bills
-the monarch... -the House of Lords... -the House of Commons
A situation where Parliament has two chambers. The UK is bica…
-supreme law making body... -convention that legislation should…
Where backbench MP's can introduce bills on issues that the g…
Parliament is made up of
-the monarch... -the House of Lords... -the House of Commons
Bicameralism
A situation where Parliament has two chambers. The UK is bica…
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
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
Parliament
Representative Gov
King John
Magna Carta
HenryVII(Tudor)
Knights of the round table, divided power( No absolute monarc…
Signed the Magna Carta when he asked for more money
Rights of the people & limits the king's and gov.'s power
Good king, made England strong, didn't waste $ on himself, av…
Representative Gov
Knights of the round table, divided power( No absolute monarc…
King John
Signed the Magna Carta when he asked for more money
Parliament
1. Henry II - advisory council
2. John I - magna carta
3. Henry III - Provisions of Oxford
4. Edward I - model parliament
made out of barons, kept people happy with circuit courts and…
signed in 1215, called for 1st representative government, bar…
1. advisory council gets the name "parliament" ... 2. Parliament…
4 classes: nobility, clergy, middle men, poor
1. Henry II - advisory council
made out of barons, kept people happy with circuit courts and…
2. John I - magna carta
signed in 1215, called for 1st representative government, bar…
12 terms
Parliament
Explain the nature of parliamentary go…
Distinguish between parliamentary gove…
Explain the functions of Parliament.
Understand the differences between the…
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s
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Explain the nature of parliamentary go…
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Distinguish between parliamentary gove…
ss
12 terms
Parliament
Constitution
Government
Parliament
Senate
Passed on the 1/1/1901, which formed Australia as a nation. t…
The political party/coalition that wins the majority of seats…
A law making body up of two houses.
The upper house of the federal parliament
Constitution
Passed on the 1/1/1901, which formed Australia as a nation. t…
Government
The political party/coalition that wins the majority of seats…
27 terms
Parliament
Common law
Statue law
Precedence
Civil law
Is a type of law that is established by particular cases, as…
Laws passed by government
When the judge looks at prior decisions when making a determi…
Deals with non criminal matters that include disputes between…
Common law
Is a type of law that is established by particular cases, as…
Statue law
Laws passed by government
21 terms
Parliament
Four theories of government origin
Government
Feudalism
Whats majority party
Force theory... Evolution theory... The divine right theory... The soc…
Rule/authority over state/nation The law the people that make…
King... Lord/vassals... Knights... Merchants... Peasants/serfs
Most vote
Four theories of government origin
Force theory... Evolution theory... The divine right theory... The soc…
Government
Rule/authority over state/nation The law the people that make…
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…
Parliament
Federal minister for health
Federal minister for defence
Federal minister for education
Federal minister for immigration
Susan Ley
Marise Payne
Simon Birmingham
Peter Dutton
Federal minister for health
Susan Ley
Federal minister for defence
Marise Payne
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
11 terms
PArliament
Charles I
William & Mary
Charles II, Constitutional Monarchy
James I
English king beheaded at the conclusion of the civil war
King james was succeeded by
brought by the restoration
King of Scotland before taking english throne
Charles I
English king beheaded at the conclusion of the civil war
William & Mary
King james was succeeded by
8 terms
Parliament
common law
the three levels of government
federal responsibilities
state responsibilities
court specific law
Commonwealth, federal, local
raises money to run the country by collecting taxes on income…
State/territory governments also raise money from taxes but r…
common law
court specific law
the three levels of government
Commonwealth, federal, local
107 terms
Parliament
James I​
Absolutist (DRK)
Extravagant
favorite courtiers
Years of reign 1603-25​
Type of government monarch favored by James I
(James I)... ___ spending habits
(James I) ... Extravagant spending on his ___
James I​
Years of reign 1603-25​
Absolutist (DRK)
Type of government monarch favored by James I
15 terms
Parliament
Anarchy
Constitution
Dictatorship
State
A state of society without government or law.
A document which spells out the principles by which a governm…
A form of government in which the leader has absolute power a…
An area of political sovereignty
Anarchy
A state of society without government or law.
Constitution
A document which spells out the principles by which a governm…
Parliament
The roles of an MP
The roles of parliament
Committees
Departmental select committees
Raise issues on behalf of their constituents (Reddress grieva…
Formally passes legislation, scrutinises legislation, makes g…
Departmental select committees, public accounts committee is,…
Only in the commons, checks the work and policies of all gove…
The roles of an MP
Raise issues on behalf of their constituents (Reddress grieva…
The roles of parliament
Formally passes legislation, scrutinises legislation, makes g…
32 terms
Parliament
Parliamentary government
Parliamentary Sovereignty
House of Lords Reform number
PAC
A system where parliament is the central feature and the gove…
The principle that parliament is the highest authority with n…
Hereditary Peers reduced to 92
Public Accounts Committee oversees accounts, corruption and e…
Parliamentary government
A system where parliament is the central feature and the gove…
Parliamentary Sovereignty
The principle that parliament is the highest authority with n…
35 terms
Parliament
Standing Orders
Points of order
Gag and Guilottine
Parliamentary Privilege
The orders of the instruction and procedure of parliament, up…
A tactic employed by the Opposition to force the Speaker to d…
A tactic employed by the Government to cease debate on an issue
Refers to the 'special rights' given to MPs to raise certain…
Standing Orders
The orders of the instruction and procedure of parliament, up…
Points of order
A tactic employed by the Opposition to force the Speaker to d…
19 terms
Parliament
The role of the House of Representatives
Iron Rule of Politics
Benefits of MMP
Retrospectivity
The House of Representatives must hold the government of the…
-The opposition is intent on replacing the government ... -The g…
Arose out of a majoritarian system that became increasingly u…
A facet of Parliamentary sovereignty that can be applied to t…
The role of the House of Representatives
The House of Representatives must hold the government of the…
Iron Rule of Politics
-The opposition is intent on replacing the government ... -The g…
Parliament
Navigation Acts
Writs of Assistance
Sugar Act
Proclamation of 1763
Colonists could only transport goods on British vessels. Cert…
Warrants allowed officers to search homes for goods.
Colonists had to pay taxes imported from countries outside of…
Prohibited settlement west of Appilachain mountains, so briti…
Navigation Acts
Colonists could only transport goods on British vessels. Cert…
Writs of Assistance
Warrants allowed officers to search homes for goods.
81 terms
Parliament
What is Parliament
What is a legislature
What are the 6 main features of a parl…
Executive derived from the legislature
A legislature
representative bodies that reflect the sentiments and opinion…
-Executive derived from legislature ... -Fusion of powers... -Accou…
Executive that can be derived from and removed by the legisla…
What is Parliament
A legislature
What is a legislature
representative bodies that reflect the sentiments and opinion…
Parliament
Acts passed
Proclamations
When did PC remove Strickland?
When did Commons imprison Wentworth
438
382
1571
1576
Acts passed
438
Proclamations
382
12 terms
Parliament
Parliamentary Sovereignty
The erosion of parliamentary sovereignty
Select committees
Functions of parliament
-Parliament is the source of pol. power; no individual may ex…
-Legislative power has moved to the E.U which is superior to…
-European Scrutiny Committee;(both houses) examines proposed…
-Scrutiny; closely inspecting and where necessary amending le…
Parliamentary Sovereignty
-Parliament is the source of pol. power; no individual may ex…
The erosion of parliamentary sovereignty
-Legislative power has moved to the E.U which is superior to…
Parliament
Features of a Parliamentary government
Features of a Presidential government
Plenary sessions
Standing committees
Parliament main source of political authority... Government draw…
Legislature and executive separate, elected separately... Presid…
House meets in full... Have to vote on government legislation
15-50 MP's and peers look at a piece of legislation... Amendment…
Features of a Parliamentary government
Parliament main source of political authority... Government draw…
Features of a Presidential government
Legislature and executive separate, elected separately... Presid…
Parliament
What is Parliament?
What makes up Parliament?
What does the House of Commons do?
What does the House of Lords do?
The highest legislative authority which has the ultimate powe…
The Monarch (Kings and Queens)... House of Commons... House of Lords
- Makes new legislation... - Scrutinises the work of the Govt.... -…
- Create new laws... - Amend old laws... - Scrutinises the Govt. to…
What is Parliament?
The highest legislative authority which has the ultimate powe…
What makes up Parliament?
The Monarch (Kings and Queens)... House of Commons... House of Lords
15 terms
Parliament
Percent of Women in commons
Oldest and youngest MP
Percentage of ethnic minority MP
Lords Peerage act
22%
84 and 29
4%
1958
Percent of Women in commons
22%
Oldest and youngest MP
84 and 29
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