4. Civil Service Exam: Used for selecting able government officials.
5. Control: Preventing illegal practices in government.
Sun Yat-sen (1866-1925) was a Chinese political thinker, who is remembered as the Father of the Republic of China, because of his contributions to the fall of the autocratic imperial system in China. Sun was the first President of the Republic of China, although his regime lasted only for six weeks, he then became the founder of the Nationalist Party.
Sun was exposed to Confucian and Western cultures when he was growing up and was inspired by figures like Abraham Lincoln that made a great impact on his constitutional ideals.
Under Sun Yat-sen's ideology known as The Three Principles of the People (nationalism, democracy and livelihood) he stated that democracy had to be divided into a Five-Power Constitution:
The five branches are:
Executive: President and cabinet, where the people should elect their President.
Legislative: Elected representatives to form the Legislative Council.
Judicial: Conduct legal matters, the heads of the Judicial branch should be appointed by the president with consent of the Legislative Council.
Civil Service Examination: Used for selecting able government officials for the bureaucracy.
Control: (Also known as Census), its main function is to prevent illegal practices in government, this branch was designed to review the honesty and efficiency and prevent corruption.
executive–a president and his cabinet to enforce laws legislative–elected representatives from the people for making laws judicial–conduct legal matters and protect the constitution civil service examination–used for selecting able government officials control–preventing illegal practices in government. This is what i found sorry that i didn't find your question sooner.
The Declaration of Independence of the United States was signed by representatives of thirteen British colonies in North America, by which they declared themselves an independent state, the United States. The Second Continental Congress, meeting in Philadelphia, declared the colonies independent on July 2, 1776, and adopted the Declaration of Independence on July 4.
The Declaration of Independence is considered the highlight of the American Revolution, and in the United States as an almost mythical nation-building event. The list of human rights at the beginning of the Declaration later inspired many other liberal revolutions and human rights declarations. Particularly famous is the second sentence of the Declaration, according to which all men are created equal and have the inalienable right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
That can be seen from his most famous book Inferno, where Virgil is actually leading Dante through underworld. Of course, this is normal, because the writers of this period, including Dante, Petrarca and others were heavily influenced by Greek and Roman art. So, quite often they would include some of the characters from that period.