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The Head of the Chair AshinovaK.A

Monologue 1

Speak on the proportional representation system. Take into consideration the following points:

- The reasons of using the proportional representation system;

- The disproportion of power in the government

The Head of the Chair Ashinova K.A.

 

 

Monologue 2

Speak on the role of parties’ activity in the elections. Take into consideration the following points:

- The connection of parties to the electoral process;

- The connection of parties to the voters;

- Public mechanisms for voter mobilization.

 

The Head of the Chair Ashinova K.A.

 

Monologue 3

Speak on the Post-World War II characteristics. Take into consideration the following points:

- A Stratified system

- Self-help system

- Decentralization

 

The Head of the Chair Ashinova K.A.

Monologue 4

Comment on: 'Differences of voting systems in English speaking countries and in Europe'.

Point out the differences of such voting systems as:

- First-past –the –post (FPTP) ;

- AV (Alternative voting);

- AMS (Additional member system).

- Plurality voting system;

- Two-ballot ('run-off ')

Which of these systems secure the proportional representation and can be considered as fair? Why?

The Head of the Chair Ashinova K.A

Monologue 5

Speak on the peculiarities of Candidate characteristicsduring the election. Take into consideration the following points.

- candidates' personal attributes (social background; education)

- the role of candidate's personal characteristics to attract the voters;

- candidate's ability to perform before the audience (speech giving skills);

Suggest the main principles each candidate should follow to succeed during the election.

 

The Head of the Chair Ashinova K.A

Monologue 6

Speak on the peculiarities of First past the postsystem.Take into consideration the following points:

a. Advantages of first past the post system.

b. Disadvantages of first past the post system;

c. Countries in which this voting system is exercised;

Compare and contrast the effectiveness systems (e. g plurality voting system, Alternative voting system etc.)

 

The Head of the Chair Ashinova K. A

Monologue 7

Speak on the peculiarities of the United Kingdom voting system. Take into consideration the Following points:

- Types of British political parties;

- The ' First past the post’ system used in the UK.

- Those who are able to vote in general election and who are not;

- Analyze the recent elections held in the UK.

 

The Head of the Chair Ashinova K.A

Monologue 8

Speak on the Role of Elections in Society. Take into consideration the following

points:

- the role of citizens in election;

- political activity of citizens during the election,

- importance of educating citizens about the peculiarities of election;

Suggest your proposal in making citizens actively participate in political life of a country during the election.



 

The Head of the Chair Ashinova K.A

Monologue 9

Speak on the peculiarities of post-World War ΙΙ trends. Take into consideration the following points:

- notable trends (a diffusion of power, issue proliferation and actor proliferation);

- the US and Soviet Union relations after the World War II;

- significant actors in world politics (intergovernmental organizations; nongovernmental organizations; sub-national actors);

 

The Head of the Chair AshinovaK.A

Monologue 10

Comment on:Plurality may well be the simplest of all voting systems. Agree or disagree by listing its advantages and disadvantages. Touch upon the issue of:

- administering this system:

- Voter’s perception of the system.

- Its ability/ disability of securing proportional representation;

- Compare and contrast the effectiveness of plurality voting system in holding the fair election with other voting systems (e.g. FPTP, Alternative voting system etc.


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