Luxembourg is a highly developed country, which is characterized by one of the highest living standards in the world. This country became one of the founders of the EU, an economic union with the Netherlands and Belgium. Today Luxembourg can rightly be called the financial center of Europe and plays an important role in the international sphere.
The neighbors of Luxembourg are Belgium, France and Germany, the area of this country is 2.5 thousand km², and the population is less than 600 thousand people.
The political structure of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is represented by a constitutional monarchy. The Grand Duke leads the country and exercises executive power. The government in the composition of the prime minister and ministers helps him in this. The government is appointed by the monarch, but is responsible for its activities before the parliament.
Legislative power belongs to the parliament. This body consists of 60 deputies elected for a period of 5 years.
Also in Luxembourg, an advisory body may be convened, which, under the Constitution, is called the State Council.
Its main duties are to advise the government and parliament on lawmaking, discuss bills and international treaties.
The judiciary in Bulgaria is independent of other power structures and is represented by district, administrative, military, appellate courts, the Supreme Court of Cassation and the Supreme Administrative Court.
In addition, Bulgaria has a Constitutional Court that provides interpretations of the Constitution and international treaties of Bulgaria with respect to their compliance with the Bulgarian Constitution.
Administration in the regions is carried out by commissars.
The supreme judicial body is the Supreme Court, it consists of the Court of Cassation and the Court of Appeal. Courts of first instance are represented by district courts, and the world's courts are the lowest level of the judicial system. Luxembourg also has a system of administrative, social and military justice.