tuesday warm up
DESCRIPTIONTuesday Warm Up. Who holds the power in a unitary government system? Explain the difference between parliamentary and presidential democracy ?. Governments of Asia. Standard SS7CG7. The student will demonstrate an understanding of national governments in Southern and Eastern Asia. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
Tuesday Warm Up WRITE QUESTION!Who holds the power in a unitary government system? Example?What type of government does Japan have? Who holds the power?Explain the difference between parliamentary and presidential democracy?India has a FEDERAL government, what does this mean?USE YOUR READING FROM YESTERDAY! 1Governments of Asia
22Standard SS7CG7The student will demonstrate an understanding of national governments in Southern and Eastern Asia.Compare and contrast: the federal republic of the Republic of India, the communist state of The Peoples Republic of China, and the constitutional monarchy of Japan, distinguishing the form of leadership and the role of the citizen in terms of voting rights and personal freedoms.Copy this in your NotebookFill in boxes during the presentation
IndiaChinaJapanType of GovernmentTitle of LeaderHow Leader takes powerRole of CitizenImportant to KnowIndia Type of GovernmentIndia is a Federal Republic with an elected parliament.
India has 28 states, and 7 union territories.
Although India is a republic, individual states are more tightly controlled by the central government than states in the United States.
India Title of LeaderIndias President is Ms. Patil. She is the head of state.
Indias Prime Minister is Mr. Singh. He is the head of the government and exercises most executive power.
India How the leader takes powerIndias President (head of state) is elected by an electoral college to 5-year term. The president has all of the powers given by the constitution but is more a figure head. Indias Prime Minister (exercises executive power) is generally the head of the party that enjoys a majority in the legislative branch.The Prime Minister is appointed by the President. The Prime Minister and cabinet make most of the decisions. The Vice-President is elected by both houses of Parliament.
India Role of CitizenIndian citizens are encouraged to vote when they are 18.
India The important thing to know about Indias government is India and Japan have a parliamentary republic with three branches: legislative, judicial and executive. The executive and legislative branches work closely together. There are two executives.
China Type of GovernmentChina is a Communist state.
China Title of Leadertrue power lies with the ruling Communist Party. China has a President (head of state) and a Premier (head of government) ~ appointed by presidentThe President and Vice-President are elected by the National Peoples Congress. Elected every 5 yearsIn China, all power is concentrated in the Paramount Leader, Hu Jintao. He is the head of all three bodies of government:Communist Party of ChinaCentral Peoples Government (State Council)Peoples Liberation Army
China How the Leader takes powerWhile there are elections for the National Peoples Congress, there is truly only one political party, the Chinese Communist Party. The State Council, which functions as a cabinet, is appointed by the National Peoples Congress.
China Role of CitizenIndividuals do not have the right to vote for their representatives.The government regulates the press and restricts the freedom of assembly, movement, reproduction (One Child Policy) and religion.The restrictions are lessening.
China The Important thing to know about Chinas government isAlthough there are elections, China is controlled by ONE political partyThe Chinese Communist Party. Increased population means more resources are needed to meet the needs of the growing population. Due to fears of overpopulation in China, the government has introduced a One Child Policy encouraging families to have only one child. If families have more than one child there are financial penalties.
Japan Type of GovernmentJapan is a Constitutional Monarchy
Japan Title of LeaderJapan has an Emperor and a Prime MinisterEmperor Akihito (head of state) is merely a symbol of the state. Naoto Kan, the Prime Minister (head of government) holds the true executive power along with the Cabinet of Ministers, who are part of the legislative branch of government.
Japan How Leader takes PowerEmperor The Emperors position is inherited. The Emperor is a symbol of the state and of the unity of the Japanese people. He is the head of the Japanese Imperial Family and is a ceremonial figurehead in a constitutional monarchy. He is also the highest authority of the Shinto religion. The Prime Minister is chosen by the Diet (parliament) and the Emperor gives his blessing. The Prime Minister must enjoy the confidence of the House of Representatives to remain in office. The Prime Minister is the head of the Cabinet and appoints and dismisses the Ministers of State.
Japan Role of CitizenThere are universal voting rights for all adult citizens. Japanese citizens are encouraged to vote when they are 20.
Japan The important thing to know about Japans government isJapan has a parliament called the Diet and has 3 branches of government. The executive and legislative branches work closely together. There are two executives.
Governments of Asia ~ Check your answers
IndiaChinaJapanType of GovernmentFederal RepublicCommunist State(Fake Republic)Constitutional MonarchyTitle of LeaderPresident AND Prime MinisterPresident, Premier (Prime Minister)Emperor AND Prime MinisterHow Leader takes powerPresident = electedPrime Minister = AppointedPresident = electedPremier (Prime Minister) = head of ruling partyEmperor InheritedPrime Minister chosen by the Diet and emperor gives blessingRole of CitizenVote at 18No Vote, Restricted freedoms: press, assembly, movement, reproduction, religionVote at 20Important to knowParliament has 3 branchesONE political partyOne child policyDiet (Parliament) has 3 branches