The Role of the Speaker in Britain House of Commons
The role of the Speaker of the Parliament represents a topic that constantly interests constitution and political experts, regarding both static and dinamyc profile. In this perspective, this analysis will focus on the neutral model of British parliamentary governance (speakership). As a constant reference will be used the examination of the institution of the Presidency of the Parliament in its dual role, as an internal organ of the Parliamentary Assembly, but also as a structure of high “external” institutional profile, which in collaboration with other constitutional bodies is essential for institutional qualification in which its role is located. A special attention will be paid to the form of the British government and how it has affected the powers and role of the Chairman of the Assembly in the political-constitutional order. The methodology used in this paper will be analytical. The main objective of this study will be to explain the factors that led to the installation of such model in this Country as well as causal relevance of each one . These variables such as the form of government, political system and the party system will be tested in this case for understanding the model of British parliamentary.
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Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences ISSN 2039-9340(Print) ISSN 2039-2117(Online)
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