107年第1學期-6331 法國政府與政治 課程資訊
|Written thesis (2,000 words)||50|
Like Taiwan, France has a semi presidential constitutional system and a polarized party system. These are two main themes in this course.
Under semi presidential system, the relations between executive and legislative branches are different from other nations of presidential or parliamentary systems. The function of judicial review is also exceptional.
Besides left wing and right wing parties, the extreme right, namely the National Front (FN) has become a major party. After 2017, the party LRM emerges as the ruling party. This course would like to explore the development of French party politics.
Office HourThe teacher would be delighted to receive students in his office, SS444. Unless the student concerned has an urgent need, it is advised to make an appointment via Email in advance.
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