Election Systems

4 April 2015
An analysis of the presidential election systems of America and France.

This paper compares two recent presidential election campaigns and victories – Bush in the U.S. and Le Pen in France. It examines the electoral system and how a majority is calculated in each of these countries. The paper also questions which of these systems is the fairest. These assessments are based on the recent presidential elections in France and America.
“Political organization is dependent on the leader of a country. However, he too is dependent on the popularity he gains through election. Modern day election is no longer a structure of simple popularity and what people believe but instead, most elections has become a ground for political propaganda. For instance in the U.S. elections, the federal controls the standard of the election to ensure there is no unfair voting strategies. However, the question arises who would govern the Fed themselves? How will the public know that the ruling party does not influence the controlling body. Similar notions / questions could be raised in the case of French election procedures, a nation that is marked by socialist and republic governance suddenly changed to democracy. ”
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