Introduction Compare Contrast Essay Between Two Countries
Members of both bodies are elected for four-year terms.
The president in Poland, same as in United States is popularly elected, however, in Poland, different then in United States for a five-year term and has the power to nominate a member of parliament as prime minister.
Poland and the United States separated not only by the Atlantic Ocean, are also separated by the differences in economies, populations, culture, religions, governments.
These two countries that are quite opposite in size have some similarities.
Poland, which is about the size of Texas, in comparison to United States, is a small country located in central Europe.
It borders on Germany in the west, on the Baltic Sea and the Kaliningrad region of Russia in the north, on Lithuania, Belarus, and Ukraine in the east, and on the Czech Republic and Slovakia in the south. The United States, which is located in the Western Hemisphere, is bordered by Mexico and Canada and between the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans.
The population in the United States is ever growing and vastly diverse.
Ethnic groups from all over the world can be found in the US.
Poland is governed under the 1997 constitution (ratified on the First Polish Constitution from 1793).The chief of state and head of government is also the president, who is elected to a 4-year term.The president is also the leader of his or her political party.The president, on the advice of the prime minister, appoints the cabinet.The main political parties are the Democratic Left Alliance, Civic Platform, Polish Peasants' party, and Self-Defense party.The United States has a democratic government, meaning that it is "elected by the people and for the people." The supreme law of the land is the Constitution of the United States, ratified in 1879. Power is distributed between federal and state governments.The United States has an executive, legislative, and judicial branch.In Poland, there are narrow streets, fewer highways, fewer cars, fewer industries, while here, in the United States are busy streets with horns, fast highways, high developed industries; all of this make United States crowded.In Poland I was used to living in a big house, where everybody has plenty of space, and behind the house was the yard with the huge garden with rows of fruit trees.Poland also has much less diversity in religion than the US, ninety-five percent of Polish people are Catholics, the rest are different sectors of Catholicism, including Greek Catholic and Greek Orthodox Churches Education for children is mandatory in both countries, up to a certain age. In the United States public primary and secondary schools are locally government funded.In Poland primary, secondary, and college level schools are locally funded.