Forms of government


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  • Representative Democracy- This picture demonstrates a representative democracy because there is the people in the very back, and then there is their representatives. The representatives are standing in between the people and the government, to show that the representatives do what the people want or in other words the peoples popular vote to make the right vote. The people look like they are cheering because they are happy with the representative elected because that's who they wanted to represent them.
  • Federal Government- This represents a Federal government because it show power being shared between two parties. The single person shows the main government, the group of people shows the state governments, and the red pieces in everyone's hands represent the divided power.
  • Unitary Government- This shows a unitary government because the power is held by a single agency, shown by the man on the stage. People can tell he has power because the people are crowded around him listening to what he has to say.
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  • Parliamentary System- This demonstrates the parliamentary system because the man in front is the prime minister, and the silhouette behind are his cabinet. The two building in the back represent the legislative and executive branches and the prime minister is places in front of both because he controls both along with his cabinet.
  • Aristocracy- This shows an Aristocracy because the power is held by rich, privileged people. The crowns and the crowed represent power and the crowns also show the wealth the rulers have.
  • Presidential System- This shows the presidential system because it show that there are two separate groups, each standing in front of their own building. The President is the man front and center of the executive branch, he is the leader of it. Then there is the other building and the president is not in front of it because it can not be controlled by the president, the president has very limited power over the legislative branch.
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