Government. Distribution of Power And Citizen Participation. Government. A central government operates all levels of government in a country. Government. A unitary Government. Government.
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Distribution of Power
A central government operates all levels of government in a country.
A unitary Government.
A form of government in which power is divided between the central and small division, such as states.
A federal government.
A government in which one person has unlimited power and the citizen has little if any role or rights.
A group of states or communities that come together and form a partnership.
One central group or government holds all the power.
This type of government has a central government that assigns power and duties to smaller units of government within the country.
Government where a small group of people have all the power and the citizen has a very limited role.
In this type of government the central government can not take away powers from the lower levels.
A form of government distribution where a group of independent states or organizations that have a common interest or purpose share power.
This type of government the central government is very weak and the states hold all the power.
Only a few people hold all the power and is responsible for only the other members.
The ruler has unlimited power and no one is allowed to be elected or vote.
In this type of government all eligible citizens are allowed to be elected and to vote.
This type of democracy all voters in a community meet to make laws and decide action.
This type of democracy they elect representatives to make all government decisions?
In this form of government power is held directly or indirectly by citizens under a free electoral system.
This a authoritarian form of government in which an inherited king or queen holds power.
This is a form of autocracy with a king or queen with no political power and other officials run the government.
A cabinet or Prime Minister is elected by and answer to the legislative and not chosen by the citizens directly. Legislative branch makes the laws have a large share of the power.
A form of democracy where the people directly elects the president.
A form of government where people are in control.