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Transcript of Political

Some of the types of republics include:
Single Party
Political System

the set of formal legal institutions that constitute a “government” or a “state.”
the canadian political system
Provincial Government
the political party with most MP's forms the government and its leader becomes premier
Political System in Anthropology
The Canadian Federal Government
at the federal level there are 3 parts of government
is composed of members of a social group who are in power
debates, organizes and creates policy
The Lieutenant Governor
Represents the queen
The Legislative Assembly
they make the laws and they are called Members of Provincial Parliament or MPPs
Elizabeth II
Queen Elizabeth is the formal head of state of Canada
the prime minster
Steven Harper is the head of the Canadian government
Based on Jim Harvey's speech structures
Categories of Political System
Among the various types of political systems, the five most common systems used around the world include:
A form of government in which all citizens participate equally
The House of Commons
Creates Canada's laws elects representatives to the house of Commons called members of parliament or MPs
In theory, it is a political system in which government plans all the properties and productions and distributes them equally to everyone.
In a monarchy, a ruler is always from a royal family followed by tradition and law. Although the nobility may affect the head, the head has main discretion with the laws.

A dictator in a dictatorship is the leader who controls most of the military power and rules the country by eliminating all of the opposing voice.
A form of government in which the government remains most subject to those governed.
maintains order and control
Democratic Constitutional Monarchy
Everyone has the equal right to be voted to become government member.
Queen Elizabeth II is the head of State
The public follows the Constitution of Canada.
Centralized systems
Decentralized Systems
Small family group which consists of no more than 30 to 50 individuals
Generally larger, consisting of many families, and has more social institutions, such as a chief or elders.
Characterized by pervasive inequality and centralization of authority.
A single lineage/family of the elite class becomes the ruling elite of the chiefdom

Has a permanent population, a defined territory, a government and the capacity to enter into relations with other states
International organization composed of states coming together for a single common purpose
Widespread state or community under a single rule
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