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DEMOCRACY : Literally, from the Greek demos means „people” and kratos means „rule”. Literally, from the Greek demos means „people” and kratos means „rule”.

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2 DEMOCRACY : Literally, from the Greek demos means „people” and kratos means „rule”. Literally, from the Greek demos means „people” and kratos means „rule”.

3 The rules of the democracy: 1. Free election 2. Free traveling 3. Free market 4. Free speaking and writing

4 IMPROVMENT IN SWEDEN In the begining of 1900 century wasn’t Sweden a democratic country. It was only the rich men who could vote was the first time women could vote.

5 THE EVOLUTION OF PARTIES At first it only was a few parties in Sweden. But in the begining of the 19 centery it started to grow up more and more parties, becuse they were disapointed on the parties which exicted.

6 IMPROVMENT IN POLAND Poland was a country, which lost independence for 123 years (1795 – 1918). After the first world war Poland started to be a free country again.

7 During the second world war Poland belonged to German. Then, Soviet Union take over Poland. This country was a communist one.

8 From 13:th of December 1981 to 1983 in Poland there was a „marshal low”. Later, fortunately, because of „SOLIDARNOŚĆ” Poland became a demokracy country.

9 Evolution of democracy

10 Ancient Athens People of ancient Athens first exercised the rules of what is now know at democarcy when they gathered at a marketplace to discuss political matters and make decisions by way of vote.

11 It was also by way of vote that the people of Athens elected representatives who exercised the right to make and change laws in their name and formed an official government.

12 The representatives were chosen by way of lottery to underline the importance of equality and avoid the possibility of someone being considered better than others hawover, woman and slaves were not allowed to vote.

13 Ancient Rome The main source of power in ancient Rome were it’s people, and only they could pass new laws. But actually the real power lay in the hands of aristocrats and high government officials.

14 The strenght of the country was very much dependet on law which the Romans took very seriously and which was to become a very important ideal throughout Europe. The strenght of the country was very much dependet on law which the Romans took very seriously and which was to become a very important ideal throughout Europe.

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16 England England Democraticat 13 th centery

17 In the English monarchy the power lay in the hands of the king however, it was in the interest of the kinghts that this power be limited. The raising of taxes by king John almost lead to an open revolt of barons, clergy and common people, and in 1215 the threatened king introduced a bill of rights called Magna Charta Libertatum.

18 Pictures from the theater Pictures from the theater

19 16th and 17th century Poland

20 At the end of the Jagielońska dynasty in 1572, the Polish nobles faced a problem of throne succession. It was decided that the next king be chosen by way of free election. Regardless of their social status and the size of their estate. At the end of the Jagielońska dynasty in 1572, the Polish nobles faced a problem of throne succession. It was decided that the next king be chosen by way of free election. Regardless of their social status and the size of their estate.

21 On the rigth side can you see the King...

22 The new King, Henryk Walezy, had to take on an obligation to respect and follow ceratin rules contained in what was called the Henryk Articles. Every two years the King had to summon the parliament and accept new rights and freedoms.

23 „Łazienki” „Łazienki”

24 In front of the Palace In front of the Palace

25 Łazienki – Palace on the island Łazienki – Palace on the island

26 Parlament 21% are women in the Parlament. Before it was 9%. The youngest person in the Parlament is 25 years old and the oldest person is 72 years old.

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28 If you want to come in to the Parlament you have to be at least 21 years old. The Parlament is giving the farmers a great help. The bilding in Polen was a girl school. The people are vote every 4th year. If you want to come in to the Parlament you have to be at least 21 years old. The Parlament is giving the farmers a great help. The bilding in Polen was a girl school. The people are vote every 4th year.

29 Political Polish Parties *Law and Justice (PiS) *Civic Platform (PO) *Self-Defence of the Republic of Poland (Samoobrona) *Democratic Left Alliance (SLD) *League of Polish Families (LPR) *Polish People’s Party (PSL) *German Minority (MN)

30 Political Swedish Parties *Miljopartiet*Socialdemokraterna*Kristdemokraterna*Vansterpartiet*Moderaterna*Folkpartiet*Centerpartiet

31 The Royal Castle

32 Sweden and Poland have a good relations to eachother, because the king Sigismund III Vasa came from Sweden. The castle was a typical Swedish and you can find it in the old town. Sweden and Poland have a good relations to eachother, because the king Sigismund III Vasa came from Sweden. The castle was a typical Swedish and you can find it in the old town.

33 Royal Castle of the Sigismund III In the second World War the castle was destroyed. The rebuilding of the castle lasted between 1971 and In the second World War the castle was destroyed. The rebuilding of the castle lasted between 1971 and They get no money from Germany to rebuilding the castle, so they must rebuilding this castle theirself. They get no money from Germany to rebuilding the castle, so they must rebuilding this castle theirself.

34 Constitution of 3:rd of May has been established in this castle. This constitution Constitution of 3:rd of May has been established in this castle. This constitution was the first in Europe. This day – 3:rd of May is polish national holiday. was the first in Europe. This day – 3:rd of May is polish national holiday.

35 WILANÓW Wilanów is one of the beatuiful residence in Polen. It was King Johan the 3rd summerhouse. You can find Wilanów in Warszawa.

36 Here you can see Wilanów Here you can see Wilanów

37 Warsaw Rising Museum

38 List of person who died It was so many people who was going to be execute so it was not enough paper to make the list.

39 The persons grave Like this can a persons grave look like after the war.

40 When we looked here we could see a movie from the war.

41 A movie from the War

42 The Monument Malin listens to sounds in the streets of Warsaw during the 2nd World War.

43 The Museum is very interesting for us. We have a lot information about the 2nd World War. Now we actually know how hard the peolpe had it during the War. We are very thankful to be there to see how it was.

44 The Palace of Culture and Science - On the 2:nd of July in year 1952 Stalin decided about building this palace and it was completed in July It designer was Lew Rudniew -It designer was Lew Rudniew

45 - It is located in the center of Warsaw - It is the highest building in Poland (it’s 20 meters and 68 centimeters high with 42 levels)

46 Communism Museum in Warsaw - It is located in the Palace of Culture and Science - Polish leaders of communism: Władysław Gomułka, Edward Gierek, Wojciech Jaruzelski

47 - In 1955 Joseph Stalin organized an international Festival of Young People in Palace of Culture and Science - On 23:rd of Semptember in year 1976 people in Poland made the „Komitet Obrony Robotników”

48 - In 1980 „Solidarność” was born in Poland – the leader of this party was Lech Wałęsa (the communism started to breake)

49 - From 13:th of December 1981 to 1983 in Poland there was a „marshal low” - From 13:th of December 1981 to 1983 in Poland there was a „marshal low”

50 The Swedish democracy in school

51 Decisions are taken in the class In every class it must be a discuss every month. They often discuss about the class, school, and bully. If it’s something who needs to change. A represantive for every class take the problems who needs to change to the Students’ council.

52 Students „counsil” Two students are going to be vote in every class. One be representative and one deputy. Then the representatives from every class can be a chairman in the council. All Students vote for the chairman. In the council they discuss about the school and cafeteria. They also discuss about what the class have discuss in the decisions. They try to do the school nice for everybody.

53 The Presentation was made by: - Agata - Ala - Darja - Emil - Ewa - Felicia - Jonna - Olga

54 The End Slut Koniec


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