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7SS Government


What is a Democracy? A government in which the citizens have the power, vote for their leaders
What is an Autocracy? A government in which there is One leader who makes the decisions and has all power
What is a big difference between President and a Prime Minister A President is elected by the people and is separate from the legislative. A Prime Minister is elected by the legislature.
Who is the leader in a Parliamentary Democracy? Prime Minister
What is a Presidential Democracy? A government where there is a President
What is a Parliamentary Democracy A government where the leader is a Prime Leader who is selected by the legislature
What is a Monarchy? A government led by a king or queen
How is a Prime Minister chosen? By the legislature
How is a President chosen? By the people
North Korea and Vietnam have this type of government Communism
In a Presidential Democracy who selects the leader? The people
Japan has this type of government Parliamentary Democracy
Japan has a symbolic figurehead called... Emperor
Increase in literacy rate may mean Increase in standard of living
China's attitude has changed in that More people own businesses
What are the two predominant (major) forms of democratic governments? Parliamentary Democracy Presidential Democracy
What is MOST OFTEN one main difference between a president and a prime minister? a president has to be directly elected while a prime minister does not
North Korea has a dictator. How would you BEST describe the level of citizen participation that exists in this country? The people have no choices
The North Korean government decides what to produce, how to produce and for whom to produce. Command Economy
How do the governments of Japan and China treat their citizens differently? Japanese citizens can practice freedom of speech
In which form of government do people vote for the legislative body, which in turn selects the prime minister? Parliamentary Democracy
Created by: doris_ligon



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