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In this essay I will focus on the executive power in Russia and Egypt Both states experience Presidential executive power where separately elected president enjoy political and constitutional independence from the parliament Heywood 2013 In Russia the political system is described as superpresidentialism since the president exercise great amount of power over the parliament Boris Yeltsin once said In Russia only one person can be number one Politics in Russia However based on the evidence from Menzas text it is clear that in Egypt themilitary plays a major role in presidential executive A great number of big civilian institutions and public sector is either run or heavily influenced by former generals Each Nasser Sadat and Mubarak were acutely aware that the ultimate power centre in Egyptian politics remained that of military Ryan 2001 In terms of international comparison Russia has promoted the superior presidential power where the last word almost always rests with the president Bacon 20104 and Egypt has established the army as acentral ruling force The aim of the essay is to introduce the nature and limits of the political systems of two states and critically analyse them to reflect the differences and similarities In Egypt after the overthrow ofmonarchy presidents have been the top executive leaders of the statemoreover they all were military generals Nasser was first who emerged as the clear central ruler in Egypt after king Farouk in 1952According to the officials it was military apparatus which controlled the entire power structure of the stateIn addition the new laws provided that the president of the republic should appoint and remove the provincial governors who were responsible directly to him and it was the chief executive that was to select from the National Union the members of the provincial council and the new city councils Abdel-Malek After Nassers death Sadat was appointed by the officials for the president who agreed to give Sadat power on following condition that there
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