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Presidencialismo no Brasil
Presidencialismo no Brasil
Presidencialismo no Brasil
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Presidencialismo no Brasil

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A reunião dos estudos aqui desenvolvidos proporciona aos leitores uma visão abrangente da problemática que cerca o presidencialismo brasileiro. O presente livro analisa também, numa perspectiva comparada com o sistema norte-americano, algumas dimensões do presidencialismo no Brasil, particularmente as diferentes mudanças de ordem política e administrativa da presidência da República e dos ministérios, com especial foco nas relações com os políticos em geral e com o Parlamento. O Gabinete Civil e o seu órgão sucessor, a atual Casa Civil, bem como aspectos da estrutura administrativa da PR, além da própria atuação e do estilo de governo do presidente, surgem como pontos referenciais dos presentes estudos em função precisamente do seu desenvolvimento. Todo esse empreendimento intelectivo debruça-se, com maior ênfase, sobre o período do chamado “Brasil moderno”. O entendimento da atuação da presidência da República, com a análise de questões de ordem jurídica e política, não interessa apenas aos acadêmicos e aos agentes públicos políticos, mas principalmente ao cidadão, alvo último das políticas públicas.

LanguagePortuguês
Release dateApr 17, 2018
ISBN9781370524365
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Senado Federal

The Senate of the Empire of Brazil was established by the Constitution of 1824, first enacted after the Declaration of Independence. Following the adoption of the 1824 Constitution the first session of the Senate took place in May 1826. The original Senate had 50 members, representing all of the Provinces of the Empire, each with a number of senators proportional to its population. The Princes of the Brazilian Imperial House were senators by right and would assume their seats in the Senate upon reaching age 25. All senators hold this position for life.The Conde do Arcos Palace was the first seat of the Senate of Brazil. It worked there until 1925, when it was transferred to the Monroe Palace. In 1960 the capital was moved from Rio de Janeiro to Brasilia and the Senate took place in its actual seat, the Nereu Ramos Palace, also known as the National Congress Palace.Currently, the Federal Senate comprises 81 seats. Three senators from each of the 26 states and three senators from the Federal District are elected on a majority basis to serve eight-year terms. It is the upper house of the National Congress of Brazil and its president also presides the National Congress. The Federal Senate has the power to judge the President of Brazil in the case of liability offences and to rule on limits and conditions of external debts, among other functions.One of the missions of the Federal Senate is to strengthen other legislative houses of the Federation. To do so, the Senate publishes books of public interest to spread culture and knowledge, mainly about History, Law and legislative process.

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