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BDMS Types of Government

Learn about the different forms of government.
by

Paul Friedemann

on 23 September 2015

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Transcript of BDMS Types of Government

Types of Government
Economy -
What provides the goods and services that are bought, sold, and used?
Authority - who picks the government?
Types of Government
Legend
orange
- parliamentary republics
green

- presidential republics, executive presidency linked to a parliament
yellow

-

presidential republics, semi-presidential system
blue
- presidential republics full presidential system
red

- parliamentary constitutional monarchies in which the monarch does not personally exercise power
magenta

- constitutional monarchies in which the monarch personally exercises power,
often (but not always) alongside a weak parliament
purple

- absolute monarchies
brown

- republics where the dominant role of a single party is codified in the constitution
dark green
-
countries where constitutional provisions for government have been suspended
gray

- countries that do not fit in any of the above listed systems
Note that this chart aims to represent de jure systems of government, not the de facto
degree of democracy. Several states constitutionally deemed to be multiparty republics
may also be broadly described as authoritarian states.
Politics - How is the government run?
Syria
China
USA
Ethiopia
Libya
Saudi Arabia
Iran
Canada

True government is the parliament
run by an elected prime minister
Constitutional Monarchy


(
Canada, United Kingdom)
Vladimir Putin President of Russia
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