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«The political system of the UK and the USA”

  • What a political system of Great Britain?
  • What is the political structure in the UK?
  • Who is the head of state in the UK?
  • Who is the head the government in the UK?

THE MONARCH

  • THE MONARCH
  • is the official head of state and an integral part of Parliament in her constitutional role; has mostly representative functions; gives the royal assent to the bills passed by the House of Commons and the House of Lords; is the head of the Commonwealth of
  • Nations
  • THE GOVERNMENT
  • the Prime Minister
  • is the head of government; is the leader of the party with the majority seats in the
  • House of Commons
  • the Cabinet
  • about 20 ministers; determines government policies and coordinates government departments
  • Non-Cabinet Ministers
  • PARLIAMENT
  • the House of Commons the House of Lords
  • (about 650 elected MPs - members of Parliament) (over 1,100 permanent, non-elected members;
  • makes laws; discusses political problems peers and life peers) examines and revises
  • the Official Opposition bills from the House of Commons; can delay
  • the largest opposition party; forms the bills for one year
  • Shadow Cabinet («теневой» кабинет)
  • THE PEOPLE
  • (all men and women over 18)

  • The Royal Apartments

  • the house of lords
  • The House of Lords

  • The House of Commons

  • The official ceremony the State Opening of Parliament

Westminster Hall

  • 1. How many parts does the Palace of Westminster consist of?
  • a) one
  • b) two
  • c) three
  • 2. What are the main colours of the Houses of Parliament?
  • a) gold, red, blue
  • b) gold, green and red
  • c) red and green
  • 3. Who writes the Queen's Speech?
  • a) the Queen
  • b) the Government
  • c) the Lord Chancellor
  • 4. Which are Britain's two main political parties?
  • a) Democratic, Republican and Conservative
  • b) Conservative and Democratic
  • c) Labour and Conservative
  • 5. Whose shoe should a Conservative touch?
  • a) David Lloyd George’s
  • b) Winston Churchill's
  • c) The Queen’s
  • 6. Why do MPs sometimes sit on the steps?
  • a) There are more MPs than seats in the House of Commons,
  • b) It’s a part of an old tradition.
  • c) it’s a punishment for those who are late.
  • 7. When can you see the Mace in the House of Commons?
  • a) It’s always there.
  • b) Only when the Queen comes
  • c) When the House is debating.
  • 8. How old is Westminster Hall?
  • a) more than a thousand years old
  • b) more than a hundred years old
  • c) more than four hundred years old

  • 1. How many parts does the Palace of Westminster consist of?
  • c) three
  • 2. What are the main colours of the Houses of Parliament?
  • b) gold, green and red
  • 3. Who writes the Queen's Speech?
  • b) the Government
  • 4. Which are Britain's two main political parties?
  • c) Labour and Conservative
  • 5. Whose shoe should a Conservative touch?
  • b) Winston Churchill's
  • 6. Why do MPs sometimes sit on the steps?
  • a) There are more MPs than seats in the House of Commons,
  • 7. When can you see the Mace in the House of Commons?
  • c) When the House is debating.
  • 8. How old is Westminster Hall?
  • a) more than a thousand years old
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  • The United States is a constitution-based federal republic.
  • Each state has its own state government and state law.
  • This country is made up of 50 states and the independent
  • District of Columbia.

  • Branches of the Government

  • The House of Representatives
  • 435 members
  • Every state is represented
  • The members are elected every two years
  • The Senate
  • 100 members
  • The period of Senator’s serving is 6 years
  • A Senator has to be at least 30 years
  • The legislative branch of the Government is represented by the Congress.The main function of it is law making.

  • The executive branch of the Government
  • The President
  • Vice-president
  • The Cabinet of the President
  • This branch is responsible for initiating and administrating laws.The President is the Head of the Cabinet and he can veto a law that the Congress has passed.The President is elected every 4 years and cannot serve more than two terms.
  • The Vice-president of the USA is the head of the Senate.

  • The judicial branch of the Government
  • The main function of it is applying law.The highest court of the country is the Supreme Court. When the Congress passes a law and when this law is against the Constitution,the Supreme Court may veto this law.