Preamble to the Constitution of Japan. We, the Japanese people, acting through our duly elected representatives in Parliament and Determined to provide. - презентация
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Preamble to the Constitution of Japan. We, the Japanese people, acting through our duly elected representatives in Parliament and Determined to provide for themselves and their posterity the fruits of peaceful cooperation with all nations and the blessings of liberty for all our countries, Determined to prevent the horrors of a new War as a result of government action, proclaim that sovereign power vested in the people and establish this Constitution. State power is based on the unshakable confidence of the people, its authority emanates from the people, its powers are exercised by the people, and enjoys the benefits of its people. This is - a principle common to all mankind, and it is based on the Constitution. We cancel all constitutions, laws, decrees and rescripts, contrary to this Constitution. We, the Japanese people, desire eternal peace and resolve consciousness of high ideals that define the relationships between people; We are determined to ensure our security and existence, trusting in the justice and honor of the peace-loving peoples of the world. We want to take pride of place in the international community tends to keep the peace and to permanently destroy the Globe tyranny and slavery, oppression and intolerance. We firmly believe that all peoples of the world have the right to live in peace, free from fear and want. We are convinced that no state should be guided only by their own interests, ignoring the interests of other states, that the principles of political morality are universal that adherence to these principles duty of all states that retain their own sovereignty and maintain equal relations with other states. We, the Japanese people, the honor of our country swear that every effort, we will achieve these lofty ideals and goals.
Japan elections. Japan is a country with a representative democracy. Citizens participate in government by electing their representatives to the heads of municipalities, members of local councils or Parliament. In this regard, the election of the representatives of the most important in the political life of Japan. Elections are held for the principles of universal, equal, direct, secret ballot. The right to vote to all citizens over 20 years old Japan. Age limit for members of the House of Representatives, or the heads of the regional councils of the municipality - 25 years; for members of the House of Councilors and heads of prefectures - 35 years.? Elections are held in the constituencies. They are divided into large and small. Large multi-member districts are where the elected deputies in Parliament under the proportional system, the so-called party lists. Barrier to the passage in Parliament of 2%. Small single-member districts are where elected members of Parliament and local councils by the majority system. Elections must be held within 30 days after their announcement. The duration of the parliamentary election campaign - 17 days, the other - from 5 to 17 days.
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