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America's and France's Government
Transcript of America's and France's Government
by: Sam Lake, Sam Herman, and Allysia Eicher.
President and Vice President
2 top current issues
The capital of
France is Paris.
It is located where the blue
star is on the map.
2 current issues
France uses euros as there currency
The euro code is EUR
U.S's currency is the U.S. dollar.
We use money to trade for things like food and clothing.
A lot of the coins have pictures of famous presidents on them.
In order to prevent counterfeiting the U.S. government redesigns the U.S. dollar.
America's current president is Barack Obama.
Our Vice President is Joe Biden.
The President's jobs are Chief commander of the armed forces and Chief Executive of the Federal Government.
The Vice Presidents job is to be a presiding officer of the Senate. He also also serves as an assistant to the president.
This is France
This is the symbol
The Capital of America is Washington D.C.
When people visit Washington, they visit historical points like the Lincoln memorial and the white house.
The Eiffel Tower is located in Paris,France
The Seine river runs through Paris
Washington D.C. is 68 square miles.
It was built on land that was originally Maryland and Virginia's.
America's first laws were written in the Constitution.
The Constitution and Federal Law are the Supreme Law of the Land.
Federal laws generally apply to people living in the United States and in its territories.
The president signs bills that the Congress made and makes them laws.
these laws are the funniest/strangest laws i could find
side effects of reading these laws may include:
questioning of French intelligence
questioning of my judgement
questioning if these are even real
using google to find these laws
A pig can not be addressed as Napoleon by its owner
You cannot marry a dead person without proper paperwork and proof that that person had plans to marry you
It is illegal to sell dolls without human faces
You can be arrested for using a ash tray as a weapon
A pillow is classified as a "passive weapon"
It is illegal to carry ice cream in your back pocket on Sunday
If you put an elephant is in a parking space with a parking meter you still must pay the fee
This is Francois Hollande.
He is the President of France.
He became president in 2012
He is currently 59
You really thought it was over?
The government of the United States is based on a written constitution.
This constitution consists of a Preamble, seven Articles, and 27 Amendments.
From this document, the entire federal government was created.
It is a living document whose interpretation has changed over time.
France's current system of government, known as the Fifth Republic, is based off a constitution that was adopted by popular referendum in 1858.
Until the French Revolution of 1789, France was a monarchy, ruled by kings and queens.
In 1946, after the war ended, France's voters approved the constitution of the Fourth Republic.
France had 26 different governments during the war's 12 years of existence.
Forest damage from acid rain
Air pollution from industrial and vehicle emissions
The top 2 current issues are........
Air pollution resulting in acid rain
Water pollution from runoff of pesticides and fertilizers
Only good thing on Nickelodeon.
Still getting hate.
This island is nice...........It is mine now
theirs money everywhere