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COMPARATIVE

In the house of commons the representatives of the two great political parties, that of the government and that of the regular opposition, sit facing each other, on opposite sides of the house, and divided from each other by a broad aisle. The two minor parties, that of the Irish nationalist members and that of the labour members, find places of their own below the gangways. In the French chamber there is no similar line of division and demarcation between the regular supporters and the regular opponents and critics of the government. The ministers sit in the centre, facing the president and the tribune. On either side of and behind them groups shade into each other from right centre to extreme right and from left centre to extreme left, the right side, which is on the president's right hand, being, by tradition, associated with the more conservative shade of opinions. The arrangement of seats suggests and facilitates action by groups rather than action by parties, and, in point of fact, the working of parliamentary government in France depends, not as in England, on the alternation in power of two opposite parties, but on the combination of political groups. In France a complete change of ministry, involving the substitution of a set of men formerly in opposition for a set of men formerly in office, is the exception rather than the rulc. What more frequently happens is a partial reconstruction of the ministry,

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