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Vice president: Quiz

  
  
  

Question 1: In Germany, the de facto vice president is the President of the Bundesrat (upper house of parliament), in Poland it is the Marshal of the Sejm (lower house), and in ________ it is the speaker of the Senate.
FranceItalyCanadaUnited Kingdom

Question 2: Such decisions are usually left up to the ________.
Chief risk officerBoard of directorsCorporate governanceChief financial officer

Question 3: In many ________, the vice president does not wield much day-to-day political power, but is still considered an important member of the cabinet.
PhilippinesPresidential systemParliamentary systemUnited States

Question 4: However, in ________, the Vice President also plays the role of the chairman of the upper house, the Rajya Sabha.
Lok SabhaIndia and the Non-Aligned MovementIndiaResearch and Analysis Wing

Question 5: A vice president (vice-president in British English) is an officer in government or ________ who is below a president in rank.
Corporate lawCorporationCompanies lawBusiness

Question 6: In government, a vice president is a person whose primary responsibility is to replace the ________ on the event of his or her death, resignation or incapacity.
PresidentUnited StatesOfficial residencePrime minister

Question 7: In this capacity, the vice president may thus assume the role of a ________ symbolic head of state, a position which is lacking in a system of government where the powers of head of state and government are fused.
De factoUnited KingdomMoroccoUnited States

Question 8: Several vice presidents in the ________ held the position of President of the Senate; this is the case, for example, in Argentina, the United States, and Uruguay.
South AmericaNorth AmericaAmericasAmericas (terminology)

Question 9: Most states with ________ do not have vice presidents, but instead name another office-holder – often the president of the upper house of parliament or even the prime minister – to act as effective vice president.
CanadaBicameralismParliamentary systemUnited Kingdom

Question 10: The name comes from the ________ vice meaning 'in place of'.
Old LatinLatinRoman EmpireVulgar Latin
















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