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D - SS - Unit 6

History of Latin America - Government Comparisons

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What is the full country name of Brazil? Federative Republic of Brazil
What is the full country name of Mexico? United Mexican States
What is the full country name of Cuba? Republic of Cuba
What is the government system of Brazil? federal government
What is the government system of Mexico? federal government
What is the government system of Cuba? unitary government
What type of citizen participation is in Brazil? presidential democracy
What type of citizen participation is in Mexico? presidential democracy
What type of citizen participation is in Cuba? communist democracy
Who is the Chief Executive in Brazil? president
Who is the Chief Executive in Mexico? president
Who is the Chief Executive in Cuba? dictator
How long does the "Chief Executive" serve in Brazil? 4 years
How long does the "Chief Executive" serve in Mexico? 6 years
How long does the "Chief Executive" serve in Cuba? as long as they want
Do citizens vote in Brazil? yes
Do citizens vote in Mexico? yes
Do citizens vote in Cuba? yes
What are the qualifications for voting in Brazil? 16-17 choose, 18-70 required & 70 and over choose
What are the qualifications for voting in Mexico? 18 and over choose
What are the qualifications for voting in Cuba? 16 and over choose
What level of freedom do citizens in Brazil have? Medium
What level of freedom do citizens in Mexico have? High
What level of freedom do citizens in Cuba have? Low
How many political parties are there in Brazil? many
How many political parties are there in Mexico? many
How many political parties are there in Cuba? low
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