In a presidential democracy, the citizens directly elect the president as head of government separately from the legislature. As the president of the state, he/she usually has a significant amount of power over the government. The executive branch and the president are typically not liable to the legislature, but can never, under any circumstances dismiss the Legislature. Similarly, the legislature has no power to impeach the president unless in extreme cases. In presidential democracies, the head of state is the head on government. Countries with presidential democracies include the United States, Kenya, Sudan.
1. Presidential democracy
5. Parliamentary Democracy
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For question 1
I think that Presidential Democracy is the right answer
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In a FEDERAL REPUBLIC citizens elect the president as head of government separately from the legislature. In this kind of political organization, the state is divided in three powers, legislative, executive and judicial. The first one is lead by the president elected by the people as well as the senators and deputies who are part of the legislature. This division of powers allows the control between each other without abusing of their own power.
In a presidential democracy citizens elect the president as head of government separately from the legislature.
The President heads a separate executive branch which is different from that of the legislature. The citizens through votes, elect the president directly, whereas the president is indirectly reportable to the legislature in practice. In certain scenarios, the president cannot be dismissed other than uncommon cases where the person can be removed by method of impeachment.
On the contrary, the parliamentary democratic format elects the president by involving the legislative directly and thereby bringing the president into power on its own.
The correct answers are the following:
1. In a Presidential Democracy citizens elect the president as head of government separately from the legislature.
2. A Communist government has only a single political party. In this type of government, the party holds the power and controls the economy as well as the whole state.
3. An Autocratic government is controlled by one person with absolute power. In this kind of government, citizens do not take part in any decision and there are not mechanisms to regulate it.
4. A Democratic government is a system where all citizens that choose to vote have a say in their government. The power is exercised by the elected representatives of the people through a free electoral system.
5. In a Parliamentary Democracy the people elect the legislature, and the legislature chooses the head of government. The Parliament is a coalition of different parties and its leader is usually known as the Prime Minister or Chancellor.
Presidential Democracy is the right answer✔✔
The answers of the given questions are following – 1. In a Presidential democracy citizens elect the president as head of government separately from the legislature.
2. This form of government has only a single political party.- Autocratic.
3. A democratic government is a government system where all citizens that choose to vote have a say in their government.
4. In a parliamentary democracy the people elect the legislature, and the legislature chooses the head of the government.
5. This is a type of government is controlled by 1 person with absolute power – Autocratic.