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SE Asia Government

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What are the ways that the government systems distribute power? Unitary, confederate, federal
Unitary Central government holds nearly ALL the power. Ruled by emperor, king
Communist government China's unitary government
Japan's government Constitutional monarchy.
Japan's head of state Emperor. Symbol with no political power
Power in Japanese government diet. Two house legislature.
Confederate government Local government holds all the power
Asia confederation ASEAN. ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHEAST ASIAN NATION ASEAN
How do governments determine citizen participation. Autocratic, democratic, oligarchic
Autocratic Ruler has absolute power.
North korea Example of autocratic government. Communist. Ran by dictator
Oligarchic Small group takes over a government and makes all major decisions
China Oligarchic Chinese communist party runs the government
Democratic People play a much greater role in deciding who rulers are and what decisions are made
Democratic countries in Southeast Asia Japan (constitutional monarchy) India (parliamentary democracy) South Korea
What are the two predominant forms of democratic government? Parliamentary Presidential
Parliamentary democracy People vote for who represent the political party. Parliament makes and carries out laws. Prime minister is part of parliament. Not s separate branch. Leader of parliamentary govt is prime minister or premier India and Japan are good examples
Presidential democracy President is chosen separately from the legislature. President is a separate branch.
India Parliamentary Prime minister 18 and up to vote Federal Democratic
Japan Constitutional monarchy Premier/parliamentary 20 and up to vote Unitary Democratic Diet legislature Can not declare war unless attacked
North Korea Communist Dictator Unitary Autocratic- no voting
China Communist state CCP Chinese communist party Unitary Oligarchy 18 and up vote
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