Types of Government


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  • I´m a governer
  • I´m the President of the United States
  • Senator
  • President
  • She has my vote!
  • In a Federal form of Government, there is a national government and several local governments
  • Prime Minister (executive)
  • Legislative branch
  • In a Presidential Government, all branches are equal and independent from each other, with different responsibilities that are assigned to ensure no branch has to much power.
  • Local Government
  • Central government
  • A Representative Democracy is similar to a direct democracy in the fact people have control over laws and policies. The difference is that in a representative democracy people vote for leaders that carry out their will in the government.
  • Parliamentary government contains a Prime Minister and a Cabinet which are both part of the executive branch. The executive branch chooses the legislative branch and they both belong under the same agency.
  • In a unitary government, there is central government which controls and assigns the powers to the local governments. All belong to the same agency
  • In a Aristocracy, the nobility hold power through heredity. The people who rule are often wealthier and have a good education.
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