Goverment. Parliamentary Monarchy. Isabel Secondof the UKPrime minister: David Cameron
Political organizationPolitical organization.It is a form of government in which theking in this case the Queen holds the postof head of state under the control of thelegislature, parliament and theexecutive, the government, namely theking reigns but does not govern.
ParliamentIs divided by lords who represent richand the Chamber ofCommons representing the people
EconomyThe main production and export of UK aremachinery and transport,manufacturing and chemicals asmedicines. It also is also the largestsupplier of plastics, aerospace andelectronic equipment.
Queen roleOne of the main differences is that othergovernments can declare war, peace, or even toannex and cede territory. Another difference isthat you can forgive or show mercy to thoseconvicted under the law the king can dono wrong: she has complete immunity from thelaw.
Right of Veto.The queen has the right to veto works as alast word.The royal veto was last used in1707 to see the Queen Anne withthe Scottish Militia Bill 1708. Thebill Scottish militia, to deny the law.
The political organization America is a constitutional republic, presidential and federal levels. His governmenthas some limited powers enumerated in the Constitution of the United States. Its form of government is known as presidential democracy because there is a president. The election of the president is indirectly through electors or voters. The presidents powers reach not only the head of state but andthe executive veto power over certain decisions of the legislature. There are three levels of government: the level of federal, state and local levels.
Economy United States is the worlds leading economic power and capitalist deldesarrolloexponent. Generates 25% of global GDP, ranks first in agricultural production, mining, energy and industry. In addition, it acquires a dimension that goes beyond national borders, thanks to the many multinacionalesestadounidenses operating world wide capital. the main product is corn-producing
presidents role is the commander in chief of U.S. armed forces, and allowing them to order into battle. His responsibilities include the negotiation of the treaty ratificación diplomatic. Government prepares the budget and economic report referred to Congress. may propose laws
Right of VetoThe power acquired or constitutional right to a branch ordepartment of government approval to refuse of themeasures proposed by other departments, especially thepower of the executive a chief to reject a bill adoptedby the legislature and thus prevent or delay itsenactment into law .
GovermentMexico is a representativedemocratic republic. Consists of freestates united by a federal pact. Integratedinto the country free and sovereignstates and the Federal District. Federaland state governments are organizedby the executive, legislature and judiciary,but the Mexican nationalsovereignty resides in the people.
Economy Mexicos economy is based on the open market- oriented exports. Is 2. The largest economy in Latin America, and is 3. Second economy (PPP) largest in the Americas, only after the U.S. and Brazil. According to 2009 data from the IMF, the gross domestic product, measuredin purchasing power parity (PPP) exceeds a trillion dollars, making the Mexican economy in the 11. Second-largest in the world.15 although in 2001 it was the ninth-and No.14 by cambio.16 type has also been established as an upper middle income country
Right Of vetoThe word veto comes from Latin and literally means prohíbo. Used to denote that a certain party has the right to unilaterally stop a certain piece of legislation. A veto thus gives unlimited power to stop changes, but not to adopt them. In the United States, the president has the ability to veto legislation passed by Congress ,but this right is not absolute. A qualified majority of 2/3 of both houses can pass a law, even against a presidential veto, however, if the proposed law has only a simple majority, the presidents veto is decisive. In the Security Council of the UN, the five permanent members (USA, Russia, China, France and the UK) have the right to veto