Types of government story board
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One or two of these people will become representatives.
Federal government: Power is divided between states, and central government. Both state and central governments act together on issues.
Presidential Government: Legislative and executive branches are seperate, independent from one another, and coequal. President has many powers not subject to the direct control of the legislative branch.
Executive (prime minister, cabinet)
Represantitive democracy:The system of governance is chosen by representatives that are elected from a large group of people.
Unitary government: A very centralized government. People only have the powers the government gives them, and all things are concentrated in the government before they join the rules/laws of the federal government.
Government chooses the powers people have.
Parlimentary: The executive branch is made up of the prime minister, and the cabinet. The executive is chosen by the legislature, is part of it, and is subject to direct control.
Aristocracy: Power is held by the nobility. The most wealthy people, or the people who are considered the most priviledged or able people run the government.
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