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TYPE OF AUTOCRACY

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TYPE OF AUTOCRACY
IDEA OF AUTOCRACY
*The autocratic system is the opposite of democracy system
*political power is less institutionalised
*the basis for rule is found either in a traditional, political elite .
* Besides, civil liberties also are weakly supported and the mass media and judiciary are more directly controlled by government
* It differs from the liberal-democratic model in kind and from a totalitarian model in degree only.
DICTATOR
A dictator is defined as an autocratic or authoritarian form of government in which a government is ruled by either an individual.
the types : * dictators tradition *The military dictator * guided democracy & dictator reformi *constitutional dictator
the characteristics of the rule : 1-the power held by certain people & used according to His will . 2- repeal / loosen laws on political power . 3-Public Freedom blocked 4-implementation of a follow such a policy without following the law.

TOTALITARIAN
System governmental most extreme by allowing only the existence of only one political party to rule the country as a whole.
political : only one political party is allowed to determine the king of all aspects of people's lives
any deviation will be punished - the government uses equipment to monitor people.
economy - heavily guarded by government
people are given the opportunity to vote but did not affect the conclusions arrived the next rule .
MONARCHY
A monarchy is a form of government in which sovereignty is actually or nominally embodied in a single individual .
In hereditary monarchies, the office is passed through inheritance within a family group, whereas elective monarchies use some system of voting.
Occasionally this might create a situations of rival claimants whose legitimacy is subject to effective election.
THEOCRACY
Derived from the word theos (god ) and factual ( rule)
• Greek - > theokratia ( rule of God )
• 1 form of government in which power is given to the gods . government directly accountable to God.
• Will of God , translated by kings and priests.
• Government theocracy is not taken from the line & usually elected by the clergy
• An example of a theocracy government :
i ) Government of Japan recognizes their descent from Lord of the sun
ii ) King Homerik descent of the gods the Greek god Zeus.


ABSOLUTE MONARCHY

power over the country lies in the hands of the king. king has unlimited power (absolute).
Some monarchies have weak or symbolic legislatures and other governmental bodies that the monarch can alter or dissolve at will.
Countries where the monarchical government still maintains absolute power are Brunei, Qatar, and Vatican City
CONSTITUTIONAL MONARCHIES
Constitutional monarchies are sometimes referred to as limited monarchies, crowned republics and parliamentary monarchies.
In addition to acting as visible symbol of national unity, a constitutional monarch may hold formal powers such as dissolving parliament or giving Royal assent to legislature.
the exercise of such powers is generally a formality rather than an opportunity for the sovereign to enact personal political preference
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