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1: Government Comparative Project

2: The judicial system has two types of courts, subordinate and highest. Subordinate courts deal with crimes and sentencing, and the highest court better known as the Supreme Court makes sure laws and policies are constitutional. | U.S. has a bicameral congress system with the Senate (100 seats with two representatives from each state) and House of Representatives (435 seats with members directly elected by popular votes). Both members of congress serve two year terms. | Government: Adopted constitution in September 17th, 1787 Federal government Limited government power | Executive branch is set up with the chief of state being the president and his cabinet that advises him on what to do. Also, there are elections for the executive positions every four years. | Americans were once unfairly ruled over by the Monarchy of England making the Americans want a government where everyone was represented fairly and had a voice. | United States

3: Exports: Agricultural products, industrial supplies, capital goods, and consumer goods | Imports: agricultural products, industrial supplies, and consumer goods | Mixed Economy

4: United Kingdom | Constitution: Unwritten, however, basis started in 1688 with the Doctrine of Parliamentary Sovereignty | Government: Federal government Limited government power | The executive branch is set up with chief of state either the queen or king, head of government which is the prime minister, and the cabinet of ministers appointed by the head of government. In terms of elections, the monarchy is passed down hereditarily, and the prime minister gets elected after the elections of the majority party leader or the leader of the majority coalition. | The United Kingdom has a bicameral parliament system which consists of the House of Lords which has 780 seats with 667 life peers, 88 hereditary peers, and 25 clergy. Also, there is the House of Commons which has 650 seats and members are elected every five years. | The UK has a limited government because of citizens being tired of a complete monarchy.

5: Major political parties of the United Kingdom are the Labour, Conservative, and the Liberal Democratic parties. | The highest court in the UK is the Supreme Court which consists of 12 justices and can be recommended by the prime minister or appointed by the queen. Also, the subordinate courts called the Crown and County courts deal with crimes and sentencing. | Mixed Economy Imports: manufactured goods, machinery, fuels; foodstuffs Exports: manufactured goods, fuels, chemicals; food, beverages, tobacco | History of absolute monarchies in the UK explain their type of government.

6: Mexico | Government: Federal Republic Limited Power | Constitution Latest version approved on February 5th, 1917 | Executive branch of Mexico has the president as head of state and head of government advised by his cabinet. | The legislative branch has a bicameral congress consisting of the senate and house of deputies. | The Judicial branch consists of the Supreme court as the highest rule of the land, and federal level subordinate courts. | Political Parties: Citizen's Movement,Labor Party,National Action Party,New Alliance Party

7: Free Market Economy | Imports:metalworking machines, steel mill products, agricultural machinery, electrical equipment, and planes | Exports:manufactured goods, oil and oil products, silver, fruits, vegetables, coffee, and cotton

8: People's Republic of China

10: Bibliography https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/

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