Structural Similarities Between Venezuela's And Bolivia

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Venezuela and Bolivia both countries located in South America the two have multiple similarities such as the continent of presence such as identical majority of Catholic Christians, unemployment rate as well as some cultural costumes. For a regular passing tourist these two countries might seem very similar to each other. However if one is to regulate a thorough study on how each country conducts politics on a domestic and an international level the fundamental structural differences of these two countries will show. The following comparative paper will research Venezuela’s and Bolivia’s electoral systems, role of civil society and role of the international community and will conclude with pointing out whether Bolivia’s Hybrid system or Venezuela’s presidential system (Samuels, 73) is more democratic and whether the systems adopted by each can provide and represent the national community. Venezuela is a federal presidential republic governed by a constitution. The chief executive is both head of state, head of government, and his election signify that Venezuela’s regime is composed of a dominant-party system. The current president, Nicolás Maduro has…show more content…
Dissimilarly the president and vice president are put into office for 5 years just as much as the Plurinational Legislative Assembly called the National Congress that has two chambers marked *unlike Venezuela) by bicamelism. This suggest that all members in the legislature consciously vote as a single group, and from some legislatures which have three or more separate assemblies, chambers or houses. In fact this element is considered a rather classical notion of mixed governments present in hybrid systems around the world. The Bolivia National Congress is separated into 2 chambers the chamber of deputy and the chamber of

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