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Types of Government
Transcript of Types of Government
International org. or union whereby member states transcend national boundaries to share in decision making and voting
a group of states united and ruled by an emperor
a system of government in which sovereign states delegate power to a central government for specific purpose
How does it function?
a form of government in which absolute power is concentrated in a dictator
A government system that has one person as the permanent head of state till he/she died.
The position of monarch is a hereditary position
Monarch has total authority over government
Members of the cabinet don’t make the major decision
Monarch power is limited by country's constitution
More political power may be done by elected representatives
A form of government in which rule is directed by the belief in God or certain religious beliefs.
Power exercised by a small and privileged group for corrupt or selfish purposes.
Concentration of power in a single centre
A government of the people, for the people and by the people.
People are sovereign and form the highest form of political authority.
for choosing & replacing the government through free fair elections
Active participation of people
A Rule of Law
in which the law is applied equally to all citizens
The will of the majority
A form of government where the citizens conduct their affairs for their own benefit rather than for the benefit of the ruler.
Strength of the republic form of government relies on people involved
A democratic form of government in which the party with the greatest representation in the parliament forms the government.
No clear- cut separation between the legislative & executive branches of government.
Dominant Party System
Fusion of Power
Dual executive system
Separation between the legislature, the judiciary and the executive.
President is the head of the executive power.
An elected president with substantial executive powers.
A prime minister who retains majority support in the legislature.
Government is both harmful and unnecessary.
The state and the military are traditionally or constitutionally the same entity
Types of Government