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AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT

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AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT

Vocabulary #1
Unitary: which power is held by one central authority

Federal: power is divided between one central and several regional authorities.

Confederation: associations of independent countries that, for some common purpose, agree to certain limits on their freedom for the common good
What countries have which Form of Government?
Unitary: Cuba and the United Kingdom

Federal: Australia, Germany, Russia, Canada, Brazil, Mexico

Confederation: European Union
VOCAB #2
Autocratic: government in which one person possesses unlimited power and the citizen has little if any role in the government.

Oligarchic: government by the few, or a small group control everything. The citizen has a very limited role.

Democratic: a government in which the power is with the people
What countries have which Type of Citizen Participation?
Autocratic: Cuba

Oligarchic: NONE

Democratic:United Kingdom, Germany, Mexico, Brazil, Canada, Australia
VOCAB #3
Parliamentary: a type of democracy in which the prime minister (chief executive) and head of state (a monarch or other person) is dependent on the legislature.

Presidential: a type of democracy in which the president (chief executive and head of state)is independent of the legislature.

SSCG7: Students will explain the structure of the national government of Australia
Which Countries Have Which Type of Democracy?
Parliamentary: United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, Germany

Presidential: Mexico, Brazil, USA
AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT
Australia is a FEDERAL PARLIAMENTARY DEMOCRACY

Like Canada, Australia is a CONSTITUTIONAL MONARCHY

Chief Executive: PRIME MINISTER

Head of State: QUEEN OF ENGLAND

Voting Age: 18 YEARS OLD
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