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WA Delegate (non-executive): The United States of The Union of Costa Rica (elected )

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Liberty Democratic Alliance contains 34 nations, the 560th most in the world.

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The Highest Economic Output in Liberty Democratic Alliance

World Census bean-counters crunched the numbers to calculate national Gross Domestic Product. Older nations, with higher populations, were noted to have a distinct advantage.

As a region, Liberty Democratic Alliance is ranked 13,832nd in the world for Highest Economic Output.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Republic of United States of KuwaitInoffensive Centrist Democracy“افعل الخير وسيأتي الخير لك”
2.The Theodemocracy of LDS ChurchInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Choose the Right”
3.The Queendom of GeritionInoffensive Centrist Democracy“There is no fate. Just what we make for ourselves.”
4.The Confederate of Republic of MesqueIron Fist Consumerists“Two beliefs: King and Science.”
5.The Conservative Land of SheepianiaCorporate Police State“Aut Vincre Aut Mori”
6.The Free Land of Nova TyrnaviaAnarchy“A free mind and a free market are corollaries.”
7.The Kingdom of NerotiaCorporate Bordello“Freedom & Democracy”
8.The Glorious Kingdom of SupierlandInoffensive Centrist Democracy“A wrath the colour of blood, a rule of prosperous gold!”
9.The Rogue Nation of BayesianlandAnarchy“Per Aspera Ad Astra”
10.The People's Sultanate of The State of HejazDemocratic Socialists“May prosperity shine upon the Red Sea!”
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Sheepiania wrote:France Europe how much of a check does the legislature have on the Pm

The President is the Head of State and is above the government and the Parliament. The Prime Minister is a member of the party that has the majority in the National Assembly. The PM is the Head of Government, appointed by the President and is accountable to Parliament. The Parliament can overthrow the government.

Basically, the 5th Republic is a mix between a parliamentary system like Australia (or Canada, the UK, the Netherlands, ...) and a presidential system like the US.

If you have a look at the government website, you will see that the President does not appear, because the President is not a member of the government.
https://www.gouvernement.fr/en/composition-of-the-government

France Europe wrote:Marine Le Pen makes people believe that migrants are the big problem that is destroying France and Europe. She completely instrumentalises this. It is an absolute disgrace.
I didn't see any muslim celebrating french churches burning (maybe I'm wrong).

There was a lot of them filming themselves with the notre dame fire in the background, cheering it on, others celebrating in comments on boomerbook.

The State of Hejaz wrote:Yeah. Thankfully, the Muslim youth aren't usually like this.

Probably true since young people dont use facebook anymore.

Nova Tyrnavia wrote:There was a lot of them filming themselves with the notre dame fire in the background, cheering it on, others celebrating in comments on boomerbook.

Maybe, but we can't say that all Muslims are bad just because a few are extremists. Beware of amalgams.

France Europe wrote:The President is the Head of State and is above the government and the Parliament. The Prime Minister is a member of the party that has the majority in the National Assembly. The PM is the Head of Government, appointed by the President and is accountable to Parliament. The Parliament can overthrow the government.

Basically, the 5th Republic is a mix between a parliamentary system like Australia (or Canada, the UK, the Netherlands, ...) and a presidential system like the US.

If you have a look at the government website, you will see that the President does not appear, because the President is not a member of the government.
https://www.gouvernement.fr/en/composition-of-the-government

Then why do we in America only hear about the president? I know Macron, hollanade (I canít spell his name) but I canít name a PM

France Europe wrote:Maybe, but we can't say that all Muslims are bad just because a few are extremists. Beware of amalgams.

All I said was that I can see why some people might support the woman because of that. Its the exact same situation as white cops hunting blacks in the US. Show one case of something like this and you get an entire movement focused on it, maybe a cultural shift too. Set the media on repeat and soon you have a disaster.

France Europe wrote:Maybe, but we can't say that all Muslims are bad just because a few are extremists. Beware of amalgams.

We should say the same with pretty much any culture.

Sheepiania wrote:Then why do we in America only hear about the president? I know Macron, hollanade (I canít spell his name) but I canít name a PM

There are several reasons: it is mostly the President who deals with foreign policy and represents France abroad while the PM deals mostly with internal affairs and spends time in the Parliament (the President does not even enter Pariament buildings). Also, since a constitutional reform came into force in 2002, elections to the National Assembly take place just after the presidential elections, which considerably reduces the role of legislative elections since the French often vote for the party of which the President they have just elected is a member. And so the Prime Minister will most likely be from the same party as the President, which reduces the stakes of the legislative election and the Prime Minister.

The current PM is Jean Castex. He is the second PM during Macron's term. He succeeds Edouard Philippe (2017-2020).

France Europe wrote:There are several reasons: it is mostly the President who deals with foreign policy and represents France abroad while the PM deals mostly with internal affairs and spends time in the Parliament (the President does not even enter Pariament buildings). Also, since a constitutional reform came into force in 2002, elections to the National Assembly take place just after the presidential elections, which considerably reduces the role of legislative elections since the French often vote for the party of which the President they have just elected is a member. And so the Prime Minister will most likely be from the same party as the President, which reduces the stakes of the legislative election and the Prime Minister.

The current PM is Jean Castex. He is the second PM during Macron's term. He succeeds Edouard Philippe (2017-2020).

The Edouard Philippe name sounds familiar

Sheepiania wrote:The Edouard Philippe name sounds familiar

That's roughly what happened in July: https://youtu.be/ajFCNxA5AJ4

My apologies, the poll is now up.

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