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A Legitimate government has to value the majori... ... middle of paper ... ...Obama are 11th cousins can’t so true for citizens to know for sure. Though father and son George Bush is no question hereditary successors. What we are dealing with in the case of American democracy is monarchy being a supreme power or sovereignty held by a single person. The United States of America doesn’t have a king or queen. We have a constitution that is followed by each elected official and their successors.
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In a presidential system there is a judicial branch which makes it fair to be tried for crimes, which is a plus too. I may be bias because I live in a country that has a presidential system, which is the United States and it is the most successful nation, but I feel that even if lived in another country I would envy our style of government and would want to live here. A presidential government is by the far the most successful and fairest way to run a country. I feel that France is most comparable to the political system I prefer. It is semi-presidential, which is more effective than a parliamentary system.
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This is different from representative democracy where people vote for representatives who then vote on initiatives. Depending on what type of system is in use, it includes making laws, dismissing or electing officials and the conducting of trials. Today h... ... middle of paper ... ...und goals and ideas of a regime. An autocracy is a system of government in which a political power is concentrated in the hands of one person whose decisions are not subject to legal restraints or any form of control. “Authoritarianism.