When Henry Tudor took the throne in 1485 at Bosworth fiel, immediately he was aware that he was not stable as king initially. There were many ways that he managed to do this. Henry VII was great at managing his nobility and stopping over-mighty nobles from being created. He had seen Richard III create too many over-mighty nobles who were able to turn against him. The first thing he did when he was able to was call a parliament.
Furthermore the Lords began overusing the courts as a method of increasing their wealth this meant that the people became increasingly frustrated and because the Lords had the respect of the King the commoners could have rebelled against the English monarchy. In Wales the courts were committing perjury and guilty of accepting many bribes which meant even if the criminals were court it was unlikely they would be brought to justice. The Acts of Union showed the Marcher Lords that they were responsible for the behaviour of their citizenship and this meant that the King’s law was enforced thoroughly throughout Wales. The Acts also served as a method of establishing a single unified system of government for England and Wales, the Council of Wales was given its own administrative powers. The Acts of Union also meant that welsh people were able to seek office and become M.P’s in London if they paid and could speak English to a certain level.
The king sent him to exile, however in the English Channel, the ship carrying the Earl of Suffolk was intercepted by ‘Nicholas of the Tower’, and Suffolk was beheaded by its sailors in April 1450. This could be considered to have significance because it gave invitation for other powers of the nobility to make an impression on the king; or not in the case of Richard of York. York spent a lot of time to try and earn the trust and friendship of the King. One of the ways that the king had clearly shown favouritism in the nobility was the way he willingly gave grants and land to these powers. In May 1450, the Kings council realised he could not afford to go on like this, so created an ‘Act of resumption’ – created to try to regain some of the grants.
In the 1530s Cromwell began to make many changes to different areas of Tudor government to try and strengthen royal authority. The different areas he made changes to, were the Privy Council, finance and local government. These changes strengthened and weakened royal authority in many ways. Firstly the changes Cromwell made to the Privy Council. The Privy Council previously called the Royal Council was considered the most important single element in the government.
With two mandates, Putin set up a vast operation of State reconstruction through the reinforcement of the administration authority, a come back on the international scene and the distraint upon economy. The Eltsin years destabilized the Kremlin so much that it couldn’t assure its regalia functions. Many regions were stronger that the federal center and had their own legislations that, on certain major points, were contrary to the federal laws. But in 2000, Putin’s government created seven federal circumscriptions headed by Putin’s men that had all powers to make the Kremlin law respected. He also fought against the corruption and the inefficiency of the administration.
While the lack of transparency may not have been a problem in previous generations, America’s moral fiber has been weakened. 2. Name some of the problems that the ARC has encountered with handling donation money. One of the main problems that the ARC has encountered with handling donation money has been overcoming inadequate technological infrastructure. Just as the ARC did not adapt well to other changing workplace trends, the organization failed to update its technological infrastructure until it was forced to do so.
In that way Robert Clive was an important member of this colonial government as he twice became governor of Bengal from 1755 to 1760 and then from 1764 to 1767. During his second governorship he tried to fight corruption that had quickly become one of the main issues of the relationship between the company’s servants and locals. The subject of corruption is the one discussed in this speech that is given in the commons in front of the members of the British parliament. Robert Clive’s point is to defend the system established in India and while doing so he tries to explain the benefits and limits of the so-called “corruption”, knowing that Robert Clive himself was accused of allowing corruption and having made profits of he is clearly trying to clear his name and reputation. How is Robert Clive defending the conduct of company’s servants in India?
In the mid sixteenth century, the wars between Sweden and Poland, the wars of Louis XIV, and the wild invasions of the Tartars brought about a belligerent atmosphere that caused the Estates to look to Frederick William for military protection against foreign invasion. The Great Elector responded by building a permanent standing army which was financed by taxes collected in the provinces. Due to financial independence and an excellent army, Frederick William was able to reduce the power of the Estates while also defending the land. Social factors also accounted for the rise of Prussia. The nobles had long dominated the government through the
All executive power was vested in him and he had direct and indirect control of the legislative process. It was direct in so far as the deliberations of the State Council could only yield laws for France if he gave his consent. It was indirect but powerful all the same in the sense that he was the only one with the authority to nominate members to the State Council. His political and administrative reforms demonstrated that he was driven by a selfish desire to secure and sustain his own power. Napoleon’s rule was dictatorial because central and local government were directly under his control.
For instance – LHC (Large Hadrons Collider) in spite of a great amount of money which have been invested in it still do not have any significant results, despite on loud statements. Many people think it might be better to spend money for more important needs like medicine, education, payment for workers, cities’ infrastructure. Therefore governments do not have rights to finance such projects. Reality is that a number of successful projects is much higher than failed. May be these projects do not directly bring benefit to citizens, but in future it will.