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been exceptional cases. It is to the more popular chamber, the chamber of deputies, that the French ministry is primarily responsible, and it is on the support of that chamber that its existence depends.
The two houses of the French legislature are not lodged in the same building, as at Westminster and Washington, but occupy different buildings, which are at some little distance from each other, and both of which are palaces dating from the French monarchy. The senate are to be found in the Palais Luxembourg, the deputies in what used to be known as the Palais Bourbon.
If you enter the hall in which the deputies hold their sittings you find yourself in a room very different from the British house of commons. It is arranged like a theatre. with seats in semicircular tiers rising behind each other. On these seats are the deputies; in galleries above them are the visitors; and facing the deputies is a raised platform, corresponding to the stage of a theatre, with the president's chair and table, and with chairs and tables for the clerks behind him. In front of the stage is the tribune, a little pulpit to which a deputy when he wishes to speak ascends by stairs, and from which he addresses the house. These differences in structural arrangements between the English house and the French house correspond to, and tend to produce, differences in the ways and procedure of the house.

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