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1What are the two main democratic governments in Europe? Warm-up:What are the two main democratic governments in Europe?CRCT Coach Page 137
2Parliamentary System and Presidential System of Government Pages:
3Georgia Performance Standard SS6CG4: The student will compare and contrast various forms of government.Two Forms of Democratic Government:Parliamentary and Presidential
4Europe In Europe, there are two main types of democratic government: 1. Parliamentary2. PresidentialEuropean presidential democracies are often organized differently that the United States model.
5Executive Office: Prime Minister of the U. K. Prime Minister David CameronHe heads parliament.Duties: Responsible for running the day-to-day operations of governmentHeads parliament, the lawmaking body.
6Executive: President of the U.S. He is the head of state and chief executive.The President is elected by the people.The President does not make laws.The President serves a four year term but can serve an additional four years if reelected.
7The United Kingdom’s Parliament Parliamentary System: Type of democratic government where citizens elect Members of Parliament, but MPs select the prime minister not the citizens.
8Congress: Legislative Branch Makes LawsElected by the peopleHouse of Representatives is based on each state’s population.Senate: Each state has two representatives.
9Parliamentary and Presidential Similarities 1. Citizens elect lawmakers2. Leader (President and Prime Minister) heads the military and runs the government.
10Questions:Review the questions on pages Review the Venn Diagram352. D353. A354. D355. C356. B
11Writing Assignment Using the Venn diagram on page 138, Write a paper explaining the similarities and differences of a Parliamentary and Presidential system of government.
13Introductory Paragraph In Europe, there are two forms of democratic government. These democratic governments are the parliamentary system and presidential system of government. These two democratic governments have some similarities and many differences.
14CRCT Coach Page 137 Paragraph #2: Parliamentary System The parliamentary system has a prime minister who is the leader and heads parliament, the lawmaking body. Parliament selects the prime minister, and the prime minister has the power to dissolve parliament. MPs can vote to elect a new prime minister.Paragraph #3: A presidential system of governmentParagraph #4: The presidential and parliamentary systems have some similarities.