[pp.int.general] One good, one bad
pirat at sparre.dk
Thu Nov 5 21:59:51 CET 2009
Felix LeChaste skrev:
> Le 4 nov. 09 à 12:18, Jerry Weyer a écrit :
>> All the members of the Council, the Commission or the Parliament are
> The council is not, the members are coming from the governments (head
> of state, prime minister, ministers) and not necessarily elected, even
> For example if the president in France is directly elected, the PM and
> the ministers (roll made by the PM in theory) are named by the
> president, supposedly coming from the majority of the National
> assembly (but not necessarily deputies), it is in no way an
> obligation. Sure the french government is supposed to have a majority,
> and the Confidence of the Deputies (a formal majority vote) but
> nothing prevents it from being a minority save it'll be hard for it to
> pass laws (Parliament is not free of his agenda even with the last
> rework of the constitution).
Same in Denmark.
Here the government is formally appointed by Her Majesty the Queen of
Denmark. The only requirement is that there should be no majority
against the government in our parliament, as a majority of parliament
can vote to fire any government.
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