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Select one of the case study parliamentary examples presented at the end of Chapter 14 in our textbook (either “Parliamentary Government in India,” pp. 331-334 or “Parliamentary Government in Germany,” pp. 334-336), and compare it to either the “Presidential Government in Mexico” located on pages 358-360, or use the United States as the presidential system case example. Address the following questions in your analysis of the two case study examples:  Briefly describe the parliamentary system of the case study you have selected.  Describe the key characteristics and functions of the country’s parliament.  Describe some of the strengths and weaknesses of the country’s parliament. How do these strengths and weaknesses align with the advantages and disadvantages of a parliamentary system described in our textbook?  Briefly describe the presidential system of the case study you have selected. PS 2000, Introduction to Political Science 3  Describe the key characteristics and functions of the country’s presidential system.  Describe some of the strengths and weaknesses of the country’s presidential system. How do these strengths and weaknesses align with the advantages and disadvantages of a presidential system described in our textbook?  Conclude the case study comparison by identifying the system (parliamentary system or presidential system), which you prefer, and indicate why. You will also need to conduct some research outside of the textbook. You are required to use at least two outside sources besides the textbook.

 

Shively, W. P. (2014). Power & choice: An introduction to political science (14th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Education.  is the text book for this assignment. 

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        This assignment allows students to learn about the fundamental differences between a parliamentary system of government and a presidential system of government by comparing …