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Democracy vs. Dictatorship.

The Difference between Democracy and Dictatorship.

Melissa Bautista-Martinez

on 24 August 2013

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Transcript of Democracy vs. Dictatorship.




Melissa Bautista-Martinez


Jennifer Mondragon.

Types of Autocracies.
The two types of autocracies; Absolute Monarchy and Constitutional Monarchy.

Synonyms of Dictator.
-Unlimited Rule.
-A government in which a single person holds unlimited power.
-Exercising control over the freedom, will or thoughts of others.
Examples of Autocracy.
Election under dictator.
The people can't vote. It's all decided for them in Elections.
Dictators rise to Power.
Dictators rise to power by force.
Rights of Citizens through Dictatorship.
People who live under dictatorship don't have many privileges.
Propaganda used in Dictatorship.
Propaganda is used in a dictatorship are with posters, films, and cartoons as well.
Yes, there is a legislative in a dictatorship. It works by one person controls what the legislation is drafted, revised, and eventually implemented into a law.
Is there a legislative in a dictatorship.
Form of government where all the states' descisions are exercised by a majority of its citizens inhabitants through elections (power to create laws is within the people).
Who holds power in a democracy?
The People hold the power in a democracy government.
Different types of democracy.
There are two types known as direct and representive democracy.
Direct- involves the vote of the poeple in all legislative matters, policies, and all important decisions (all citizens can directly participate in a political decision-making.
Representative- people elect their leaders to the legislative bodies and the entire
legislative body take all the decisions, make policies and laws on the behalf of
the people and society. (voters choose represtatives to act according to their interests).
Yes, they have elections; you got to be 18 years of age to vote. The government has a list of everyone who is allowed to vote and divides it into where people live.
Yes. Each individual must be as free as he or she pleases, as far as the freedom of all will allow.
Three countries that are democracy
Leaders? & Titles?
-USA: Obama; Title: President.
-Germany: Angela Merkel; Title: Head government.
-Canada: Stephen Harper; Title: Prime Minister.
Power in the three countries distributed.
USA- The power geographically distributed by Federal Government.
Germany- The power geographically distributed by Unitary Government.
Canada- The power geographically distributed by Confederation Government.
Relationship between legislative and executive branches in the three countries.
USA- The legislative & executive branches is Presidental Government.
Germany- The legislative & executive branches is Parilamentary Government.
Canada- The legislative & executive branches are Parilamentary Government.
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