Friday, November 16, 2007

US Government: Differences and Information

The first difference is the president of the US is always an outsider to the “mess in Washington” and has to win votes of the public to become the president; while the prime minister is always inside the channels of government, because he is selected by the legislature that is either in majority from his party or his own coalition.

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