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In a federal government, power is divided between the central and local governments.
In a Presidential government, Executive and legislative branches are separate and the president is chosen separate of legislature
In a Representative Democracy, citizens elect representatives who are chosen to express the popular will of the people on public policy.
In a unitary government, the central government holds all of the power.
In a parliamentary government, the prime minister & cabinet (executive) is chosen by the legislature and is under its control.
In an aristocracy, power is held by the highest class.
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