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  • constitutional
  • He deduced from a study of the English constitutional system the advantages of dividing political power into the legislative (which should be distributed among several bodies, for example, the House of Lords and the House of Commons ), on the one hand, and the executive and federative power, responsible for the protection of the country and prerogative of the monarch, on the other hand. (wikipedia.org)
  • This composite understanding of the characterisation of the state includes liberal constitutional developments and is enriched by the indigenous contributions of new constitutional and political forms. (blogspot.com)
  • constraints
  • We've heard from many scientists who are concerned that NSF, because of political pressures and budgetary constraints, is already pushing scientists to justify everything according to short-term return. (issues.org)
  • distant
  • For the indigenous population, the shift in power was rather distant, as the local German nobility retained its political, economic and social control over the region. (communistcrimes.org)
  • Committee
  • This has included the, often uneven, emergence of committee systems to shadow ministers and the building of professional staff. (boell.org)
  • local
  • Already in October, Stukenbrock told the Reuters Central European Investment Summit in Vienna, Austria, that Poland's current A-minus foreign and local currency debt rating has been constrained by "political instability" and "delays to reforms. (wsws.org)
  • extent
  • Kalfin, who until days ago was his country's deputy prime minister and minister of foreign affairs, told EURACTIV that the reason for the modest representation of East Europeans in committees was to some extent technical. (euractiv.com)
  • Representatives
  • The Nevada Transhumanist Party supports the involvement of intelligent laypersons in the political process to counteract and neutralize the influence of politically connected special interests and their paid representatives. (rationalargumentator.com)
  • national
  • As proposed, the bill confuses the nature of basic science and adds bureaucracy that would impose a layer of political review on the National Science Foundation's (NSF) gold-standard merit review system. (issues.org)
  • crisis
  • Dramatic political upheavals are the order of the day in the era of capitalist crisis and that is what has taken place in Sri Lanka - but with special island characteristics. (socialistalternative.org)
  • social
  • The 19th century brought extensive changes for Estonia's native population as increased educational and social opportunities fostered the formation of Estonian intelligentsia and political elite. (communistcrimes.org)
  • For the first time ever broad sections of the population became involved in the discussion of political and social issues. (communistcrimes.org)
  • Both are confident that the Internet and social media are the right tools to change the way the system functions. (reuters.com)
  • for tackling the systems of social security," Stukenbrock spelled out. (wsws.org)
  • forms
  • In the 1980s, the ecology movements gained a mass character and developed a wide variety of forms of activity and a broad spectrum of political and ideological trends. (social-ecology.org)
  • groups
  • Initiatives such as these had to be nonpolitical at that time-any political groups would have been terminated by the KGB. (social-ecology.org)
  • This system with the two main parts and their groups makes it possible to combine two (or more) distinct searches into one search result, while being flexible in removing results from the final list. (diva-portal.org)
  • governments
  • While the trias politica is a common type of model, there are governments which utilize bipartite, rather than tripartite, systems as mentioned later in the article. (wikipedia.org)
  • State
  • Chief of state and commander in chief of the armed forces is the president, he is elected by absolute majority vote through a two-round system. (nationsonline.org)
  • important
  • This concern is the more important because, as we shall show here, the working of that system altered fundamentally between 1955 and 1979. (cambridge.org)
  • interests
  • An alternate, consensus-based decision making system and the nomination of a representative from Darfur to the Commission may assist in ensuring that decisions of the Commission reflect the broadest possible cross-section of interests of the population throughout the Sudan. (africanarguments.org)
  • group
  • A group of people, especially within a political organization, who express a shared belief or opinion different from people who are not part of the group. (lumenlearning.com)
  • As reported by EURACTIV ( EURACTIV 09/07/09 ), the negotiations to determine which MEP from which group gets which chair have traditionally taken place behind closed doors and result in a complex interplay of hierarchies to determine the final balance: criteria include large vs. small countries, the weight of the political group, the stature and profile of the MEP, and gender balance. (euractiv.com)
  • express
  • The ideas and activities presented here express the views of the individuals in the context of their own cultural settings and political development. (social-ecology.org)
  • Any individual with a rational faculty and ability to express political opinions is eligible to become an Allied Member, irrespective of age, nationality, place of residence. (rationalargumentator.com)