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2022.01.18 04:10 anisurrups 📖 The Legislature 📖
Development of the Legislature. In the early stages, the making of law was not an important function of government. Law was viewed as divine in origin, or as existing in long-standing customs and traditions, or as deduced by reason from fundamental natural principles. Such new laws as were made were created by rulers or magistrates or by the free citizens occasionally meeting in direct assemblies.
Representative legislatures, as regular and permanent organs of government, are of comparatively recent origin. Considerable difference of opinion has existed concerning the beginnings of the representative system. The traditional theory is that it grew out of the primitive Teutonic folkmoots, or assemblies of freemen, in northern Europe. These were composed of the leading members of the tribe, who acted as an advisory council and decided important questions of general policy.
In England, an assembly of this type, the witenagemot, or council of wise men, composed of the most important men in the kingdom, was summoned by the king to meet several times each year. This body developed gradually into the Great Council of the Kingdom, whose consent was necessary to levying new taxes. In turn, it was finally developed as the first representative national legislature.
The British Parliament arose through the broadening of the old council by introducing chosen representatives of certain new elements of society, followed by the division of the resulting members into two distinct branches, or houses. When kings required money, they reached down to the lesser landowners, who held much of the country’s wealth and who were too numerous to assemble en masse.
Accordingly, these landowners were asked to designate certain of their number to represent them and to agree to a royal levy upon their possessions. By 1265 all the elements in the nation who were in a position to give aid had been called upon-the barons, the clergy, the knights of the shire, and the towns’ Burgess.
Gradually the Parliament thus formed became a regular feature of the governmental system. At first, representation was not viewed as a privilege or a source of power but as an unwelcome duty imposed by the king. The object was not a democratic government but the increase of the royal revenue.
At first, Parliament assembled as one body, but later it separated into three groups, representing the three classes, or estates, into which society was divided, nobles, clergy, and commons. Gradually, however, a new alignment took place. Having many common interests and accustomed to working together in the Great Council, the higher nobles and clergy came together in one body, the House of Lords; the lesser clergy ceased to attend and voted their contributions in ecclesiastical assemblies. The lesser barons threw in their lot with the knights and burgesses and formed the House of Commons.
The members of the House of Lords attended response to the individual summons and represented the feudal principle of the representation of classes. The members of the House of Commons attended in a representative capacity and originated the modem principle of representation of localities. The system of two houses arose not from any clear purpose, or because there was my opinion that two houses were desirable, but rather from the force of economic and social circumstances and interests.
On the continent of Europe, the development of representative. Parliaments came later and proceeded more slowly and irregularly and along somewhat different lines. In Spain, France, and Germany, medieval assemblies appeared, composed of members of the classes of feudal society, and considerable impetus to the idea of representation was given by the growth of cities and their demand for representation in the national parliaments.
Usually, the delegates from each class were summoned separately and voted in a separate chamber. Hence, in contrast to the two houses English system, there arose three, or sometimes even four, separate houses in the Continental parliaments. Each house was jealous of its own powers and concerned itself only with its own class’s interests. The delegates who were sent were given strict instructions from the group that sent them and viewed themselves as agents sent to watch over their class interests and deal and bargain with similar agents of the other classes.
The idea that representatives were sent to represent the whole people of a community or care for the nation’s general interests as a whole did not exist. As in France, these medieval assemblies, after irregular meetings for several centuries, ceased to exist in some cases.
Not until the French Revolution was the principle of representation by classes abolished in favor of a system of national representation, and not until the nineteenth century were national representative legislatures in the modem sense generally established in Europe.
The lawmaking power, now the most important function of legislatures, was a matter of slow development. At first, these bodies’ meetings were irregular and of short duration; even in England, until comparatively recent times, Parliament did little more than present petitions and request redress of certain grievances. Control over financial matters, however, gave Parliament a lever which is used to strengthen its position.
The costs of government and war compelled the king to appeal to Parliament for supplies, for which, in return, Parliament demanded new laws, Which were granted by the king in the form of statutes. Later, Parliament itself formulated the statute and presented it to the king for his assent. Finally, the king lost even his power to veto the laws enacted by Parliament.
As a result of this development, both the taxing power and the lawmaking power passed into the national legislature’s hands. On the continent of Europe, a somewhat similar development took place. However, the legal theory that the king exercised the lawmaking power, with the consent of the people’s representatives survived in Prussia until the close of the First World War and was a constitutional principle in Japan.
By a gradual process, the deliberate creation of law has become a political function. This power has been transferred from autocratic rulers, supported by groups of nobility and clergy, to representative bodies.
Structure Of The Legislature: In a modern democratic government, legislatures are concerned with deliberation and discussion, balancing policies, and compromising conflicting motives. Therefore, they must include several persons sufficiently large to represent all important sections, interests, and classes, yet small enough for effective deliberation. They derive their authority ultimately from the mass of the people, based on a wide electorate.
The term of the representatives should be long enough to enable them to acquaint themselves with their body’s problems and procedures and short enough so that they do not lose touch with public opinion. Some political thinkers favor fixed-termothersr believe that the legislature should be dissolved and a new one selected when a vital issue arises. It is desirable to consult the people’s wishes.
1. Bicameral system: Most states have adopted the policy of dividing their national legislature into two houses, forming a bicameral legislature. This was the result, in part, of the historical development of the British Parliament into the House of Lords and the House of Commons, and this compromise between the former authority of the nobility and the growing demand for the popular government was found useful in many European states.
In some cases, as in the United States and the German Empire, the bicameral system was found valuable for compromising between national and confederate interests in the formation of federal unions. Other states deliberately adopted this form of organization because of certain theoretical advantages believed to accompany the existence of two houses.
For a long time, it was regarded almost as axiomatic that legislatures should consist of two chambers. Among the arguments used to support this view were the following :
a. Two houses secure deliberation and caution and give better balance and more carefully analyzed and digested legislation.
A single chamber is in danger of being rash and one-sided, swayed by emotion or passion, satisfied with incomplete and hasty generalizations.
There is likely to be a healthy rivalry between two houses, causing each to subject the measures of the other to scrutiny and resulting in more careful analysis of principles and needs than would be the case if the contest were between a majority and a minority in a single house only. By interposing delay between the introduction and the final adoption of a measure, the second house compels further reflection and deliberation.
b. Two houses make possible a correct interpretation of the general will.
A single house, especially if all its members are Elected at one time, is in danger of growing out of sympathy with popular Opinion before its term expires. Two houses, chosen at different times or for different terms, may remedy this defect and may represent more accurately public opinion on new issues that appear.
c. The bicameral system affords a convenient means of giving representation to special interests or classes in the state.
This is particularly true in the federal form of government, where one house may represent the nation as a whole based on population. The other may represent the units composing the federation as distinct political organizations.
In unitary states, one house may be used to represent the aristocratic elements of society or to the interests of capital, and the other to represent the democratic elements or the interests of labor. This may be done by making membership in one house hereditary, appointive, or elective based on higher qualifications or restricted suffrage. In this way, one chamber’s conservative attitude may curb the radicalism of the more popular chamber.
d. The bicameral system protects individual freedom against legislative despotism.
If all lawmaking power were concentrated in a single house, the danger of this body’s drawing to itself all political power in the state and becoming corrupt or tyrannical is increased. The security of liberty is protected by the existence of two houses, each of which may Check any tendency toward despotism on the other.
e. The existence of two houses promotes the independence of the executive.
In modern democracies, a single house, feeling that it represented popular will, would tend to subject the executive to its control, thus destroying that separation between legislative and administrative departments, which many believe desirable. Where two houses of nearly equal strength are found, the executive cannot be made responsible to both; hence, in checking each other, the two legislative organ branches permit executives a greater degree of freedom of action and responsibility.
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2022.01.18 04:10 jattt420 I know a spot
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2022.01.18 04:10 NoObjective09 I broke my 16-day streak today. But completely unintentional
Kind of a funny story but I feel bad about it :(
I don't even remember the moment, don't know If I masturbated or if it was due to the dream(wet dream).
I had this sexy dream where I was banging a girl. I felt that feeling when everything was done in the dream, and now I realize I did ejaculate in my real world too. :(
I am strong not to break my streak when I am in my senses when I am awake, but how do I control myself in dreams? I am feeling so bad now. Need tips and advice, please.
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2022.01.18 04:10 schonenberg A palavra mágica
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2022.01.18 04:10 finnagains Scott Adams Draws A New Conclusion
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2022.01.18 04:10 Simple-Alps-3261 Replication failed and manual copy/paste of fixed 200GB VHDX fails
Any ideas? So far I've recreated the replication from scratch and tried to manually copy the VHDX without success. The VM boots up fine and the files on the mounted disks are visible and accessible with no performance issues.
Disks attached to this VM:
Disk 1 - OS disk, 60GB virtual fixed VHDX
Disk 2 - Data disk, 200GB virtual fixed VHDX
If I replicate with only Disk 1 selected, the replication works fine. With both Disk 1 and Disk 2, replication fails from unrecoverable error, likely related to the same error which causes "Can't read from the source file or disk" when manually copying Disk 2 VHDX file.
This was working fine before. Only thing I've noticed is that the actual disk space used is now at 127GB when I check inside the booted VM.
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2022.01.18 04:10 G2Wavyyy Enclo talks/sources
I’ve seen a lot of talk on here about how Enclo is on all these websites, but there are always very mixed reviews on the sources from where the Enclo came from. Someone couches for a site, and someone says they are a scam. Can anyone tell me a legit site, with some kind of proof it worked and was legit? Btw it is going to be my test base with lgd, yk11, and mk667. Thanks
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2022.01.18 04:10 papabear_kr Meta Homestead trial. the picture is presented as satire, but I wonder if it works.
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2022.01.18 04:10 theeunthuz Winter, Thee Unthuz, Ink, 2021
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