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The Political System of the UK
Answer the questions in English:
What kind of state is the UK?
Who is the queen of the UK nowadays?
What is her role in the political system of the UK?
What is the legislative power in the UK?
What institution does the executive power belong to?
Who is the Prime Minister in the UK nowadays?
Do the people elect the Prime Minister directly?
Who appoints the Prime Minister?
How many Houses does the Parliament consists of?
How are the Houses of Parliament called?
Which House forms the Government?
What is the role of the judicial branch of power in the UK?
Fill in the gaps with the words from the box:
the House of Lords
the House of Commons
The UK is a ….
It means that the Queen is the official head of the state but she has
mostly …. functions.
Although she gives the royal … to the bills passed by the Parliament,
she doesn’t have real power.
She can’t make her own political …
The head of the Government in the UK is the ….
The legislative branch of power is represented by the ….
which consists of two chambers: … and
The Political System of the Russian Federation.
Russia is a presidential republic.
the head of state
the Supreme Commander-in-Chief of the Armed forces and Navy
can dissolve the Duma
may veto the bill
is elected directly (by)
the Federal Assembly
the Federal Council - 2 representatives
from each federal subject
the legislative power
all men and women over 18
the executive power
the Supreme Court
the Constitutional Court
the judicial power
Answer the questions:
What kind of state is Russia?
What is the role of the President in Russia?
What is the legislative power in Russia?
What chambers does the Russian Parliament consist of?
Which institution exercises the executive power?
What institution is the Government responsible to?
What political institutions represent the judicial power?
What is special about the political system of the
Russian Federation in comparing with the UK?