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Often England is, regarded as one of the founders of constitutional law. As Montesquieu put it , Great Britain was the first to set up a ?moderate government.'

In the eighteenth century, when America and the rest of Europe were trying to build a government, they looked to the British parliamentary system for inspiration. France and the United States, attempted to reinterpret the British government and its institutions.

The British government is also called the "cabinet government", and this the parliamentary system was developed empirically. Its institutions, although considerably transformed and modernized, retain the basic nature i.e. offers the parliamentary majority type.

This parliamentary system is based on the principle of the cooperation of powers. It provides a flexible method to separate the legislative and executive branches. This model is based on two fundamental mechanisms, the principle of dissolution and political accountability.

The British system is looked at as the model of a parliamentary form of government only because of its institutions. In reality, the British political system is quite different. Montesquieu saw that the British Political system had a model that entertained the possibility for a flexible separation of powers. His views were in contrast to the views of British writers such as Bagehot characterized the British political system as a model that had a confusion of powers.

The Lord Chancellor was head of the judiciary, cabinet minister and Speaker of the House of Lords.
In this paper try to understand if the British model still has the qualities that qualify it to be a parliamentary system.

It is true that the British model is a unitary parliamentary system that is formed based on a majority vote; however, the effects of voting on the plan gives rise to many disputes.

The British parliamentary system has evolved gradually after the Glorious Revolution that took place between 1688 and 1689. It is still a system of balance of powers. The training of British institutions has undergone many changes since the adoption of the Charter of 1215.

The creation of Parliament had two important milestones. In 1215, the king granted the Grand Council the Right to grant financial aid and the Right to petition

Tags - British Parliament, the Glorious Revolution, Cabinet Government

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