European Government

BY: JANIAYA WRIGHT

UNITED KINGDOM

The United Kingdom is a Democracy Government. Also, it has a Parliamentary Government with two houses. House of commons and house of lord. The leaders of the United Kingdom are the prime minister and the queen. The prime minister is the most power. The role of citizen in the United Kingdom is to vote at the age of 18 for parliament. The United Kingdom's Legislative Branch has a congress and has two houses. House of Representatives and house of Senate.The United Kingdom's Executive Branch has a president. Also, the United Kingdom's Judicial Branch has a Supreme Court with 9 judges.

GERMANY

Germany is a Democracy Government. Also, it is a Parliamentary Government with two houses. Bundestag (the upper house) and Bundesrat (the lower house). The leaders of Germany are the chancellor and a president. The chancellor has the most power in Germany. The role of citizens in Germany is to vote at the age of 18 for parliament. Germany's Legislative Branch has a congress and has two houses. House of Representatives and house of Senate. Germany's Executive Branch has a president. Also, Germany's Judicial Branch has a Supreme Court with 9 judges

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RUSSIA

Russia is a Democracy Government. Also, it is Parliamentary Government with two parts. Federation Council and State Duma. The leaders of Germany are the prime minister and the president. The president has the most power in Russia. The role of citizens in Russia is to vote at the age of 18 for parliament. Russia's Legislative Branch has a congress and has two houses. House of Representatives and house of Senate. Russia's Executive Branch has a president. Also, Russia's Judicial Branch has a Supreme Court with 9 judges.