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THE GOVERNMENTOmar Alonso Cura Brcenas 1548014Luis Javier Viveros Villalobos 1531386Alan Eduardo Martnez Vela 1557552Jos Abisai Rodrguez Rubio 1691525

Politics of MexicoThe United Mexican States are a democratic, federal and secular nation whose government is based on a presidential or congressional system in which the president of Mexico is both head of state and head of government in a multiparty system. The federal government represents the United Mexican States and is divided into three branches: executive, legislative and judicial, as established by the Constitution of the United Mexican States.Left, Right and Center of Political SpectrumIt is known as the Right to the segment of the political spectrum that agree or promulgates social differences as inevitable, natural, normal or desirable facing left, pursuing greater equality or political participation.The concept of Political Left" refers to a segment of the political spectrum that gives priority to progressivism and the achievement of social equality through collective rights (social) circumstantially called civil rights, against purely individual interests (private) and traditional or conservative vision of society, represented by the political right.Centre in political science, is the group of parties, political ideologies characterized by consider itself intermediate in the political spectrum, to positions of both right and left.LEFTCENTERRIGHT

Executive PowerThe executive power is vested in a single individual, the President of the United Mexican States, elected by plurality for a period of 6 years. The President is responsible for executing and enforcing the law, and has the authority to sanction or veto proposed laws.

The Right of VetoThe veto in Mexico sought in the 1917 Constitution strengthen the figure of the President of the Republic, but his interpretation, while the present Constitution is not changed, it is difficult because the veto is a part of the legislative process, and the veto ends when the Executive promulgates or publishes a bill or decree sent by the Congress, and in accordance with Article 72 of the Constitution the President does not veto laws or decrees, just objects projects.

Legislative PowerLegislative power rests with the Congress, a bicameral Congress consisting of the Senate of the Republic and the Chamber of Representatives. Between the prerogatives of Congress include the pass laws and taxes, approve the national budget, approve or reject treaties and conventions with other nations, and ratify diplomatic appointments. The Senate is responsible for all matters related to foreign policy, approves international agreements, and confirms the appointment of public servants who carried the president. The Chamber of Deputies is responsible for all matters related to the budget and federal spending.Judicial PowerThe judiciary is formed by the Supreme Court of Justice, composed of eleven ministers nominated by the president and approved by the Senate, who interpret laws and judge cases of federal competency.The Judicial Power is responsible for monitoring compliance with the Constitution and the laws deriving from it and controls for this to be the supreme law, and there are no law or rule that contradicts it.

The UK political system is a multi-party system. Since the 1920s, the two largest political parties have been the Conservative Party & the Labour Party. Before the Labour Party rose in British politics the Liberal Party was the other major political party along with the Conservatives.

Executive powerin the United Kingdom is exercised by the Sovereign, QueenElizabeth II, viaHer Majestys Governmentand the devolved national authorities - theScottish Government, theWelsh Assembly Governmentand theNorthern Ireland Executive.

ExecutiveThe UK Parliament is the supreme legislative body in the United Kingdom. Parliament is bicameral, consisting of the House of Commons and the House of Lords. There is also a devolved Scottish Parliament and devolved Assemblies in Wales and Northern Ireland, with varying degrees of legislative authority. LegislatureThe First Minister then appoints his Ministersand junior Ministers, subject to approval by the Parliament. The First Minister, the Ministers , the Lord Advocate and Solicitor General are the Members of the 'Scottish Executive', as set out in the Scotland Act 1998. Judiciary

David cameron.12Her Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council, usually known simply as the Privy Council, is a formal body of advisers to the sovereign in the United Kingdom. Its membership is mostly made up of senior politicians who are (or have been) members of either the House of Commons or the House of Lords.

Privy Council

Is the collective decision-making body ofHer Majesty's Government of the United Kingdom, composed of thePrime Ministerand some 22 Cabinet ministers, the most senior of thegovernmentministers.

Cabinet of the UK

U.S. Government

The three branches of U.S. government The U.S. government consists of three separate branches: executive, legislative and judicial. No power alone is supposed to be more powerful, were designed to restrict each other and avoid rapid changes in the constitution and laws of the country.Legislature Reside in a conference consists of the Senate and House of Representatives. The Senate consists of 100 members, 2 from each state, while the House of Representatives is composed of 437 members. The most important function of Congress is the legislative process, consist approve and propose laws.EXECUTIVE It is responsible for enforcing laws through their representatives. It is headed by a President and Vice President. The Powers of the President are basically, to protect the Constitution and enforce the laws passed by Congress also has the power to order the suspension of sentences and to grant pardons, to appoint important officials. The powers of the vice president are bounded, basically would be a substitute for president if this dies before leaving his office or withdraws before.Powers of executive power The President is the leader of the executive branch and has the responsibility to uphold and enforce the laws. The President has many other responsibilities, for example, establish national policies, laws subject to the consideration of Congress and proposing the appointment of senior officials and members of the Supreme Court.The Judiciary It is in charge of verifying the laws really are met, through sanctions as appropriate. The judiciary is a bunch of completely separate and autonomous government. Federal courts are often called the guardians of the Constitution because its decisions protecting the rights and freedoms. Through fair and impartial judgments, determine the facts and interpret the law to resolve legal disputes. The courts do not enact laws. That belongs to Congress. The courts also have the authority to enforce laws. This corresponds to the President and to the many departments and agencies of the executive branch.