International Journal of Humanities and Social Science

ISSN 2220-8488 (Print), 2221-0989 (Online) 10.30845/ijhss

A Study on Mechanism of Constitutional System in Israel
Dr. Ahmad Mohammad Al-Refaie, Dr. Sabah Mousa Abd Alrahman Al Momani

A system means an entity that is composed of several elements interacting with each other where characteristic ofsuch system isformed due to the result of such interaction. Yet, the constitutional system is a reciprocal relationship between political phenomena that are part of the social system and related to the system of government and political organizations that are part of the social system and related to political organizations. Formation of the State of Israel went through three phases: the first of which was the creation of an organized institutions with Jewish-Zionist components,the second phase wascalling the Jews of the world to emigrate to Palestine, and the third phase was communicating with the European countries to win their support. Though the study of political systems has clearly captured attention of many scholars in the world, the Arab interest in studying constitutional systems, including the constitutional system in Israel, is still weak. It is therefore important to highlight the constitutional system in Israel and examine executive and legislative powers and the mechanism of the constitutional system of this State.

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