Презентация на тему: Structure of government in Canada

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Structure of government in Canada
Structure of government in Canada
Structure of government in Canada
Structure of government in Canada
Structure of government in Canada
Structure of government in Canada
Structure of government in Canada
Structure of government in Canada
Structure of government in Canada
Structure of government in Canada
Structure of government in Canada
Structure of government in Canada
Structure of government in Canada
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Structure of government in Canada

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Canada The Federal government Democratic government is of the parliamentary type Responsible government - it is based on the responsibility of Ministers to the Parliament - the civil service is professional and non partisan

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Canada : Federal state In addition to the Central government agencies in Canada there are 10 provinces constitutionally endowed with essentially similar rights the province of Quebec has a special status 3 territories ( Yukon, Northwest Territories, Nunavut ) created by an act of the Parliament of Canada ( not by the Constitution ) the authority Of the government of Canada is delegated to each of the territories It is difficult to change the provisions of the Constitution there have been no major changes since 1982.

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(1871) 13.2% $6,114 (1905) 9.7% $10,472 (1905) 3.4% $6,155 (1870) 3.8% $5,001 (1867) 37.8% $6,669 (1867) 24.1% $5,729 (1867) 2.5% $4,655 (1867) 3.1% $4,977 (1873) 0.5% $4,436 (1948) 1.8% $4,914 (1999) 0.1% (1870) 0.1% (1898) 0.1% Brief information about Canada ( date of joining the Confederation ) Percentage of the total population of 30.9 million Tax capacity ($S per capita )

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The structure of public administration : Canada and provinces The structure of the Central government is broadly similar to that of the provinces The provinces have provincial governors and premiers, while Canada has a Governor-General and Prime Minister At both levels, there are Ministers of Finance, justice, agriculture, health, environment, and interstate Affairs Canada only has Federal Ministers of foreign Affairs and defense Only the provinces have Ministers of education and municipal Affairs

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Canada : a democratic government of the parliamentary type The right to manage belongs to the Executive bodies-the symbol of which is the Crown Executive power is exercised by Cabinet Ministers who are appointed by the Prime Minister and remain in power as long as the government enjoys the confidence of Parliament Ministers-members of the House of Commons ( or Senate ) - are responsible for their actions before the house of Commons Ministers are the heads of ministries and " direct and direct their activities " ( as well as direct the work of employees of ministries and are responsible for the activities of agencies and state corporations )

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Legislature Upper house-Senate : 105 members appointed for life ( or until the age of 75) represent the interests of the regions Liberal party 65 Conservative party 24 Progressive conservative party 3 ( New democratic party 1 Independent deputies 5 Vacant seats 7

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Legislature Lower house-House of Commons : 308 members elected by constituency - one from each, “ the first to cross the finish line " " chamber of confidence ” members of the chamber vote on financial matters The Prime Minister and most of the Ministers are members of the Conservative party 125 Liberal party 96 Block of Quebecois ( Quebec block ) 48 ( New democratic party 29 Independent deputies 3 Available seats 7

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Basic principles Theoretically, power belongs to the Monarch - but in practice, he always acts on the advice of Ministers In practice, power is usually delegated To members of the Privy Council ( Ministers ) – who must report to Parliament for its administration The monarch offers the leader of a party that enjoys the confidence of the elected house of Commons the post of Prime Minister The elected Prime Minister recommends candidates for other Ministerial posts - " forms the government ”

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Responsible public administration Cabinet Ministers have a collective and personal responsibility to the house of Commons - they must maintain the confidence of the House of Commons All Cabinet Ministers must be members of Parliament The government remains in power as long as it retains the confidence of the House of Commons - " responsible government ” The house of Commons must give consent to draft laws and to funding (" budget ”)

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Role Of The Cabinet Cabinet : the Prime Minister's political platform for maintaining unity in the government Ministers are collectively responsible to the House of Commons for government policy Discussion in the Office takes place in closed meetings to ensure full and Frank discussion and to preserve the solidarity of the members of the Cabinet after the decision to Its decisions the Office makes proposals of Ministers ( supplied, usually in the form of a Memorandum to Cabinet ) in public policy

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Ministry Established by a legislative act of the Parliament : 21 ministries The Minister “ manages and directs ”, but in fact the management is entrusted to the First Deputy Minister, on the basis of a number of regulations : Departmental regulations Financial management act Public service act Act on labor relations in the public service Gives recommendations to the Minister and ensures his work The staff consists of state employees They are financed from the budget allocated by the Parliament

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Central agency - Bureau of the Privy Council It is the Ministry of civil service Affairs under the Prime Minister Serves as the Cabinet Secretariat - Treasury Board Secretariat ensures the work of the Treasury Council (a Committee under the Cabinet of Ministers ) Supervises the efficient use of resources - Ministry of finance Defines financial parameters Manages the consolidated budget Fund Jointly provide the political, financial and programme management aspects listed above Ruhlyada Eugene, 21-EG

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