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Political Extremism in France with a Focus on the National Front (" Le Front national")
Nejedlý, Vladimír ; Stracený, Josef (advisor) ; Hauser, Michael (referee)
The topic of this thesis is political extremism in France, mainly focused on Front National. In the first part, there is defined term extremism, described its typology and its connection to the political system - political parties and its form at present. The content of the next part is to map historical developments of right-wing extremism in France, roots and its tradition. This thesis is mainly focused on development of Front National - since the formation to the present. The aim of this thesis is to map political extremism in France, mainly The Front National, comparison of the political party's development in the different stages. The focus is put on the comparison of its policy agenda and electors especially in connection to the change of leaders of the Front national during its existence (from Jean-Marie Le Pen to Marine Le Pen). Specialised literature in Czech and French and authentic documents were used for the preparation of this thesis. KEYWORDS extremism, right-wing extremism, political parties, Front National, Jean-Marie Le Pen, Marine Le Pen
Office of president of France and the Czech Republic and their comparison
Nejedlý, Vladimír ; Stracený, Josef (advisor) ; Kubišová, Zuzana (referee)
The goal of this bachelor thesis whose topic explores and compares the executive, in other words presidential, branch of the government of France and the Czech Republic. Overall, I compare the president's role as head of government, the process of electing the President of the respective countries. My main aim was to demonstrate distinctions in presidential roles within the Constitutional system of the two selected countries as they relate to their political systems. The following parts of my thesis focuses on a detailed analysis of the presidential status both in France and the Czech Republic. In each chapter of the paper, I looked at the processes and requirements of presidential elections, their position, and presidential authority which all in all as a status define their relation to the government as well as the parliament. I also briefly reflected on the last presidential elections in both countries. In the concluding parts of my work, I also cross-referenced factual information about the heads of state with the goal of finding common and differing elements resulting from their presidential offices.

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