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  1. Introduction
  2. The right to strike in Europe
    1. The right to strike and the European law
    2. Conditions the right to strike
    3. The effects of the strike
  3. Limiting the right to strike in Europe
    1. Limits depending on the status
    2. Limits of units
    3. Limits by sector
  4. The minimum service
    1. United Kingdom: An exception to the rule
    2. Spain and Portugal: A minimum service in the Constitution
    3. Italy: A minimum service for the respect of human rights
    4. France
    5. The countries of Eastern Europe : A minimum service to maintain the production process
  5. Conclusion

Parliamentary systems have two main features first, the government is accountable to Parliament and second, the head of the State can be likened to a king who had inherits his title although unlike a king, the Head of the State of a Parliamentary system is elected indirectly by the people of the state. But the mode of operation of parliamentary systems varies depending on the state of the political forces and according to the rules that are embodied in the Constitution.

England is often cited as a rare example of a country that does not have a formal and written constitution. Of course, this does not mean that there is no constitution at all. The rules are simply not contained in one document and more importantly they do not have superior powers. Constitutions of these kinds can be changed more easily.

It is from the English system that developed the model of a parliamentary government, this system is used to oppose the Presidential system. But the English system which we referred to earlier was one that worked in the nineteenth century but the contemporary system is very different.

In England, we find all the characters that are generally attributed to the parliamentary system. One of them is the specialization of the organs.

The question then becomes whether the contemporary British parliamentary system complies with the principle of separation of powers.
To answer this question we must address the first operation and the reports of the bodies of power and second, in the role of the party system that is bipartisanship.

Tags - bipartisanship,separation of powers, unwritten constitution

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