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Political Systems of Europe

QuestionAnswer
Government where political authority rests with a single leader Autocratic
Legislature divided into an upper and lower house Bicameral
The head of Germany's government Chancellor
Government where political authority rests with the nation's citizens Democratic
Party that represents a specific problem standpoint Political Party
Title given to the head of government in a presidential democracy President
Title given to the head of government in a parliamentary democracy Prime Minister
Legislative Branch in Germany and United Kingdom Parliament
Who can run for office in an autocracy No one
Two houses in the Legislative Branch of government Bicameral
Type of government where Queen Cragin is limited by a set of laws Constitutional Monarchy
The U.K has the House of Lords and the House of Commons, we know that their legislative branch is Bicameral
What is a Russian example of autocratic rule Czars
Some autocrates come to power through family Bloodlines
In a Parliamentary Democracy, the Prime Minister is a member of this branch Legislature
Autocrates who do not come to power through their family probably used ______________________to gain power Military Force
Germany's leader Chancellor
Hitler's Germany are both examples of this type of government Dictatorship
In both a presidential and a parliamentary democracy, the chief executive heads the ________________ Military
In a parliamentary government, unlike unlike a presidential government, the head of government belongs to or was selected from this branch Legislative
Duties of the British monarch are mostly _________________ Ceremonial
Who can run for office in a democracy Anyone
____________ _____________________ is high in a democracy Citizen Participation
Who has the most power in both a parliamentary and a presidential democracy Citizens
An organization which represents a specific political agenda and socioeconomic positions within a given nation Political Party
An autocractic type of government where the king or queen has complete control Absolute Monarchy
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