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Executive power is exercised by the government. Legislative power is vested in both the government and parliament. Constitutional development : Constitutional development At independence in 1948, Sri Lanka, then called Ceylon, was a Commonwealth realm, with the monarch represented by the Governor General. TheParliament was bicameral, consisting of a Senate and a House of Representatives. In 1978, a new Constitution was adopted, which provided for an executive President, and the legislature was renamed Parliament. Political conditions : Political conditions Sri Lanka's two major political parties – the United National Party (UNP) and the Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) – embrace democratic values, international nonalignment, and encouragement of Sinhalese culture. Past differences between the two on foreign and economic policy have narrowed. Generally, the SLFP envisions a broader role for the state, and the UNP a broader role for capitalism. of 1988 and the General Election of 1989. Slide 6: Sri Lanka has a multi-party democracy that enjoys surprising stability given the high levels of political violence, especially that which occurred under the UNP regime of 1977–1993. Recent elections have seen decreasing election violence between the SLFP and the UNP, compared to the period 1977–1994. Elections have been cleaner, without the rampant impersonation and vote-rigging which characterised the 1982 Presidential Election, the notorious Referendum of the same year, the Presidential Election Slide 7: Politics in Sri Lanka so dirty, absolutely filthy and a terrible game - President Chandrika Kumaratunga President Chandrika Kumaratunga, the daughter of two Prime Ministers, has been a member of Sri Lanka's First Family for half a century and President since 1994. She spoke to TIME's Alex Perry at President's House in Colombo. "In Sri Lanka, politics is a terrible, terrible game. So dirty, absolutely filthy. Decent people do not want to have anything to do with it anymore." "I would love to leave. I am dreaming of a life beyond politics." Government in Belgium : Government in Belgium Slide 9: Monarchy in Belgium is constitutional and popular in nature. The hereditary monarch, at present Albert lI, is the head of state and is officially called King of the Belgians. Slide 10: The executive branch of the Belgian federal government consists of ministers and secretaries of state ("junior", or deputy-ministers who do not sit in the Council of Ministers) drawn from the political parties which form the government coalition. Formally, the ministers are appointed by the King. The Cabinet is chaired by the Prime Minister and the Ministers head executive departments of the government. They have no seat in Parliament. Some federal ministers do not have seats in the Parliament. Slide 11: The former Cabinet, the Verhofstadt III Cabinet, consisted of members of the Flemish Christian Democrats (CD&V), the Walloon Christian Democrats (CdH),Flemish Liberals (VLD), the Walloon Liberals (MR), and the Walloon Socialists (PS) and took the oath of office in the hands of the Belgian King on December 21, 2007. It was an interim government due to the difficult 2007 Belgian government formation and held office until March 20, 2008 when it was replaced by Leterme I. Slide 12: The Leterme I held office until December 30, 2008 (see the accusation of political interference in the Justice: Fortisgate) and was replaced by Van Rompuy I. The Leterme II government succeeded the Van Rompuy government on 24 November 2009, after Herman Van Rompuy became the first President of the European Council. On 22 April 2010, Leterme again offered the resignation of his cabinet to the king. Slide 13: THANK YOU MADE BY Hardik X B You do not have the permission to view this presentation. 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