Cayman Islands Political Entities Flowchart (The EU, UN, NATO (The United…
Cayman Islands Political Entities Flowchart
The EU, UN, NATO
The United Kingdom
: The political states, that are partially controlled by a state (the UK)
Gibraltar, Pitcairn Islands, Bermuda, Montserrat, Anguilla, British Virgin Islands, Falkland Islands,
, Saint Helena, Saint Ascension, and Tristan da Cunha, Turks and Caicos Islands,
The Cayman Islands
Creates its own laws and has it's own appointed government officials.(except for the governor) The appeals seem to go to England
Cayman and Jamaica were linked as a dependency, but in 1962 Jamaica chose to become independent.
Cayman islands rely on the US to import most of its goods, this gives the US influence in the Cayman Islands
Cayman Island Provinces/states:
The territory comprises the three islands of Grand Cayman: Cayman Brac, Little Cayman, and Grand Cayman
Little Cayman: Located North of Panama and east of Mexico.::: Cayman Brac: Located South of Cuba.::: Grand Cayman: Located south of Cuba and southwest from Little Cayman.
Cayman Island Cities/ districts
George Town- The capitol of the Cayman Island. West Bay
West End- Low population
Old Man Village
State. The country that has sovereignty/power over the Cayman Islands
The UK appoints a governor who represents the British monarch for the Cayman islands who covers: National Security, Foreign Affairs, Police, Immigration, Passport Office, Postal Services and other portfolios such as Broadcasting, District Administration, and Civil Service.
Parts of the UK
Northern Ireland holds responsibility for a range of policy matters. Other areas are reserved for the British Government. The agreement granted the northerners to "put forward views and proposals" and "determined disagreements between two governments."
The Republic of Ireland has some influence over Northern Ireland, because Northern Ireland has a debt with, and is a big importer of the Republic of Ireland.
Scotland is represented in the UK parliament and is also a member of the British Council. The scottish send 5 members of the Scottish Parliament to the British-Irish Parliamentary Assembly.
They follow a single legal system, known as English Law. English Law is the common law legal system, mainly having criminal law and civil law. Each branch has its own courts and procedures.
Is a country for the UK, but is an island for Great Britain. The United Kingdom parliament made an act called Government of Wales act 1998 that lets Wales self-govern.
The Crown is the state in all its aspects of the legal authority of commonwealth and their sub-divisions. (crown dependencies, provinces, or states) it is associated with both the state and the reigning monarch.
The crown is the legal symbol of executive, legislative, and judicial governance in the monarchy of each country. The concept was first in England as a separation of the literal crown and property of the nation-state from the person and personal property of the monarch.
The IGO's. Intergovernmental Organizations that the United Kingdom is part of.
NATO job is to guarantee freedom and security of its members, it does this by 1) building trust and preventing conflicts and 2) peaceful resolution of disputes
The UN's job is to: Maintain international peace and security, protect human rights, deliver humanitarian aid, provide sustainable development, and uphold international law. The UN also works with NATO.
The goals of the EU are: to promote peace, offer freedom, security, and justice without internal borders; sustainable development based on balanced economic growth and price stability, environmental protection; combat discrimination; promote scientific and technological progress; enhance economic, social and territorial cohesion and solidarity among member countries; respect its rich cultural and linguistic diversity.