Arslan, Nagehan Talat; İzcİ, Ferit
September 2003
Ekev Academic Review;Fall2003, Vol. 7 Issue 17, p281
Academic Journal
This study is related to presidental system. By this context, we are emhasizing on the unique and succesful practice which gives its name to the system in the USA. While explaining the USA presidental system, its basic features have been searched. The main features of the presidental system, separation of powers and monochratic execution principle have been studied. In addition, we concentrated on the establishment, functions and the relations of legislation, execution and judgment institutions of each other. As a conclusion, the factors contribute to the succes of system have been emphasized.


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