Parliamentary Republic

The Parliamentary Republic can refer to:

  • A republican form of government with a Parliamentary system and a ceremonial head of state or head of state elected by parliament - see Parliamentary republic
  • The History of Chile during the Parliamentary Era (1891-1925)
  • The French Third Republic (1870 - 1940)
  • The French Fourth Republic (1947-1958)

Other articles related to "republic, parliamentary, parliamentary republic, republics":

Territories and Regions Conventionally Included Under The Term Far East
... density (per km²) Capital Government Currency Official languages East Asia People's Republic of China (PRC) 9,598,094 1,370,536,875 161.0 Beijing ... Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China Pataca Chinese (Cantonese), Portuguese Japan 377,873 127,433,494 337.0 Tokyo Parliamentary democracy, Constitutional ... Tetum and Portuguese Indonesia 1,919,588 237,512,355 123.8 Jakarta Presidential republic Rupiah Indonesian Laos 236,800 6,521,998 25.0 Vientiane Socialist Republic Kip Lao ...
Sejm - History - Second Republic
... of the new state's wish to demonstrate and establish continuity with the 300 year Polish parliamentary traditions established before the time of the partitions ... passed the Small Constitution of 1919, which introduced a parliamentary-republic system and proclaimed the principle of the Sejm’s sovereignty ... of the executive powers, thus creating a parliamentary republic out of the Polish state ...
Conservative Party (Chile) - The "Parliamentary Republic": 1891-1920
... Further information Parliamentary Era Jorge Montt called for presidential and parliamentary elections that year ... In the first free and clean parliamentary elections since almost a half-century, the Conservative Party won the majority of the seats in the Chamber of Deputies, but won only 4 seats out of 32 in ... forces established what became known as the "Parliamentary Republic" ...
Conscription - Countries With and Without Mandatory Military Service
... Albania 27,398 $11,800 $2,949.57 2,994,667 Parliamentary Democracy No (abolished in 2010) Algeria 2,381,740 $159,000 $3,948.01 34,994,937 Republic Yes Angola 1,246,700 $85,810 $5,003.43 13,338,541 Republic ... Australia 7,617,930 $1,220,000 $44,474.51 21,766,711 Constitutional monarchy that is also a parliamentary democracy and a federation No (abolished by parliament in 1972) Austria 82,444 $366,300 $45,598.77 8,217,28 ... No Bolivia 1,084,390 $19,180 $1,446.41 10,118,683 Republic Yes (when annual number of volunteers falls short of goal) Bosnia and Herzegovina 51,197 $16,320 $3,246.78 4,622,163 ...
Federal Parliamentary Republic
... A federal parliamentary republic refers to a federation of states with a republican form of government that is, more or less, dependent upon the confidence of parliaments at both the national and ... It is a combination of the federal republic and the parliamentary republic ... Such republics usually possess a bicameral legislature at the federal level out of necessity, so as to allow for a set, often equal number of representatives of the ...

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