Forms of Government

Forms of Government

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  • Did you hear that Colorado legalized marijuana?
  • But I am the head of the Executive and state, right?
  • I'm Donald Trump, President of the United States and I declare war on Mexico!
  • Sir, you can't do that. You don't have the power to.
  • I'm Jeff Parriott and I'm one of your Colorado representatives.
  • In the United States, a federal government divides powers into state governments. The state governments can make some laws with peoples vote. Like in Colorado, marijuana is legalized when it isn't in other states for example.
  • The President has the power to approve or veto laws and order the US army, but his powers are limited and held by other branches of government. For example, Donald Trump wants to declare war, but he doesn't have that power.
  • People in a representative democracy elect those who will follow the popular will of the people. They are elected as part of Congress. For example, Mr. Parriott is elected for one of Colorado's representatives.
  • The man represents the leader of a Unitary government. He's the supreme leader. He rules the centralized government.
  • The man in the image is part of the legislative branch. He gives some power to the executive. This is parlimentary.
  • The man hold supreme power. He's the highest class in the society. He's known as part of the aristocracy government type.
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