BC: Works Cited | "History of Britain." VisitBritain. Visit Britain Organization. Web. 1 Apr 2014.
FC: Chris Rose | Countries of Our World
1: Mexico Structure | O' Del Paso | Mexico is a similar styled government to ours, with a head of the country, being the president, under the protection of the Legislation and Judicial benefactors. | There are three parties associated with Mexico, including the National Action Party, the Party of Democratic Revolution, and the Institutional Revolutionary Party, all of which have similar methods of the candidate system as the US.
2: The Structure | The constitution was adopted on October 4, 1824 | The limited government and federal system are complete similarities to the United State's structure, as though the people rule as well.
3: The top imports include: vehicles, whilst the exports include various types of petroleum, which is a nice business in this market economy.
4: China Government
5: "Their government has stood in history for a long time, and the traditional methods they have are still in effect in their current government." | Their Constitution was adopted on December 4, 1982 | As a unitary system, they had their legislature as the lead role in government. The executive can still role out the influence, but legislature has the most power | Toys, sports equipment, furniture and bedding are the imports, whilst Machinery, aircraft and vehicles are the necessities in China | Their judicial branch consists of no trial by jury, only by the representatives, with 15 justices who serve for life with encouraged capital punishment.
6: Japan | Their court system is similar to that of the US, with trial by jury and court of law.
7: The emperor is the figure-head of society, attending ceremonies and other important events without actually given power | With their constitution established only two years after WWII, and as a unitary system with their legislatures holding the most power such as passing laws without the executive consent, their system sometimes becomes corrupt in some cases. | The top export is electronics
8: A federalist Government | USA | The US constitution was adopted on September 17, 1787 | The Executive president carries out the laws whilst the Legislation creates them, but must be approved through the president to be established.
9: Even though it is a superpower, it is still holding a limited government in it's hands, where the people rule, but do not make executive decisions in this democracy.
10: Goods | Metals Machinery Oil | Imports | Exports | Steel Plastics Gold | Weapons Vehicles Guns
11: Exports | Exports | Great Britain
12: Great Britain | The United Kingdom does not have a written form of constitution, known as "de facto." | The usual imports consist of materials needed for manufacturing, and the exports are mainly machinery and chemicals.
13: "The system is under the control of Parliament, where there is no legal system, except for the three laws: English Law, Northern Ireland Law, and Scots Law, which is made up of the influencing countries. Since the government is limited by its citizens, it does not hold complete power." | It is a Unitary Democracy, where the Legislatures (Mainly the Queen) govern the land. The Queen is also the head executive, where she holds out the law.
14: Parties: US: Democratic and Republican UK: Conservative and Labor ROC: Leader Communist Party JP: Liberal Democratic Party Mexico: National Action Party, the Party of the Democratic Revolution, and Institutional Revolutionary Party