When the Founding Fathers were planning the country, each one had different ideas on what the country should be like. Some favored a strong central government, others saw that strength in the states would make for a better government. Most of the time, Thomas Jefferson and James Madison are seen as the two biggest influences, and opposing views on the role of the federal government. Jefferson opted for a weaker central government, with stronger states and more individual rights, while Madison favored a strong central government, and weaker states. Given that the country was founded on ideas of liberty and democracy, Thomas Jefferson is the more correct of the two.
However, two of the most important regulations of the Britain constitution are known because it is much based on Parliamentary Supremacy (means that Parliament can, if it chooses, legislate contrary to the fundamental principles of human rights) and the division of powers (meaning that Parliament, as opposed to a written constitution, it is the highest source of law in the United kingdom and that the executive, the legislature and the judiciary powers would be divided among themselves. Additionally, the possibly existence of only a few other countries in the world that does not have a written, along with new change of constitution such as the Human Rights Act of 1998 and the Constitutional Change Act of 2005 have rekindled the debate on whether or not the United Kingdom should write its constitution . This essay will start by introducing some of the proposal that have been shown and forwarded for a codified constitution. It will then argue that even though it is
Absolutism was a period of prosperity during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Absolutism is a form of government, a monarchy, in which a monarch has full governmental control. This is different from that of a limited monarch whose power is kept in check by a constitution or other government officials. Absolute monarchs gain their power in one of two ways: being born into a royal family and being in line for the throne or seizing control. Absolutism meant prosperity because monarchs were considered gods (or God 's power on earth), they changed countries for the better, and could be liked by the people for not doing everything in a harsh way.
List of Pros of Theocracy Making a compromise is easy In most government systems, having a law passed is often a long and complex process that involves several groups, from the congress to the state authorities. when everyone is following the same religion, however, arriving at a compromise would be easy, especially when the changes to be made abide by the book (i.e. the Bible or Quran). The same thing is true when it comes to making a decision in spending, budget, education, etc. Moreover, there won't be liberals to deal with, since religious groups are supposed to have conservative views.
Politicians occupy a very special place in our society. As voters, we choose them to make the rules that we all have to live by, and as taxpayers, we trust them to take some of our money and spend it in a way that benefits us all. It's perhaps unsurprising then, that being a politician is not like any other job. If you're reading this it's because you want to become a politician. Great!
Because democracy is not based on quality, but on quantity. The majority party has the authority in power. In addition, people who do not have the intelligence, vision and corrupt could have been elected to state officials. That mean the country government by incompetent persons, democracy can only be run by people who are not competent. Because in a parliamentary, every citizen is allowed to take part, while not everyone is suited to that role.
As the presence of a coalition was uncommon till now, new constitutional norms were created and old ones were revised. For the doctrine of ministerial accountability, it isn’t important how many parties run the government, but that it is still one government. The members of government should all adopt the same position to ensure certainty and confidence in the government. The coalition also had great effect on the prime minister’s power when appointing ministers. Instead of choosing ministers at his own discretion, Cameron had to consult Clegg about it.
I believe everyone wants to know where they came from, to better learn who they are. We in the western civilized world would never accept going back an absolut monarchy, which is a form of dictatorship , still in use in many countries in the middle east and afrika.But a modern constitutional monarchy could be a qualitative evolution for our present liberal , 100% quantitative, only political democracies. Having the king for president,although with less executive power , would be a qualitative change, and might bring back important values like our history, our traditios, what we always stood for...like we have the flag and sing the national anthom. There has to be something right and good about a modern democratic monarchy. Spain, Belgium, The United Kingdom, Holland,Denmark, Sweden, Norway ,are examples of the best countries in the world to live- highest levels of happiness, standard of living, culture, health security and life expectation.
Thomas Hobbes in his book “Leviathan” argues that an absolute monarchy is the best form of government. He provided several reasonings in defending his views; laws obeyed, the interest of the people achieved, consistent laws and social utility maximized. In this paper, I will look at the advantages and disadvantages of having a monarchy, and I will support his argument that monarchy is necessary for society and why it is the best form of government. In a monarchy, the sovereign can be self-motivated, and Hobbes agrees that the self-interest motivates a monarch just like everyone else leading to corruption and unfair distribution of wealth in a society. Hobbes asserts “when the public interest happens to conflict with the private, he usually
Queen Elizabeth 1 made a positive impact on England during her reign. However, those who governed before were not as contributively towards the nation as Elizabeth was and thus can show that Elizabeth helped restore England back to its power. King Henry the v111 was crowned king at the age of eighteen. Henry consumed himself with the thought and desire of producing a son to rule the throne after him. The traditional view of a king was to rule a kingdom and sort out the injustice that the people wanted justice for.