The constitution allows for the creation of two separate and independent tiers of government with clearly define areas of responsibility. Second is cooperative Federalism means making work through co-operation. Federalism is justifiable on political, economy, socio cultural grounds. Politically Federalism arise from constitutional development in the nation building among states and communities (Ramphal1979). Fiscal Federalism-It is now important to determine how we should arise financial resources this is what we refer is fiscal Federalism.In Fiscal Federalism we can see different principle -diversity, tax,revenue equivalence,fiscal equalisation and derivation.
The only form of government discussed above, capable of transparency, good governance, stewardship, freedom, and equality is the democratic system of government, where there are hierarchical administrative structures that ultimately report to the executive arm of government. Notwithstanding the nepotism, corruption, and inequalities that mired the Monarchy, Aristocracy, Oligarchy forms of government. We can argue that there are peace and stability in Monarchy, Aristocracy, Oligarchy forms of government, compared to the democratic system, for example, the madness of the mob in the Athenian poleis. These are a false sense of peace due to fear of repression and victimization. These forms of Government are the similarity in their style of governance, power is in the hand of the few individuals by hereditary or usurpation, it is an unrepresentative system of governments, unlike the democracy, where power is in the hand of the citizens.
In this level of government, which party is dominant, whether the people who implement the elections can get rid of party struggles, whether there is a high level of political awareness, and whether it can be conducted in a fair election is a problem. The third issue is the question of the electoral college system. The design was designed to protect the interests of the small state. The fourth is the division of constituencies. Politicians can determine the boundaries of their constituencies.
Absolutism and Democracy are just two of the many forms of government. Absolutism is also known as an absolute monarch, this is when a ruler has complete authority over the government and the lives of the people. Democracy is also known as a democratic government, this is a system of government in which the people hold ruling power. These forms of government are both very effective; however, I believe that a democracy was the most effective during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Voltaire, John Locke in Two Treatises on Government, and Montesquieu in The Spirit of the Laws are some of the supporters of a democratic government.
Mohammed Al Surayyi Professor Smith POL223 14 March 2015 The Unitary or Centralized system of government may be defined as the government which has all the powers to make decision for the whole of the nation and the main decision of international affairs and the national security are formed by the central government where the powers are flowed down to the states and the subgroups for successful implementation of the policies or decisions. The decisions related to the interest of the states are formed by the state governments and other subordinates. In this way, decisions and actions are governed by one central body and so it is known as centralized system of government. The confederation system of government is the type of government where
In the case of america goverment must not choke out seed of a new country before it begins to plant its roots. Federlism not only provides stabilty but also provides the nesecary resose for america to grow by providing a central goverment with economic organization and legislative ability. Having a central government brings the states together into one country instead of the independent semi-countrys they were before to work for the best of the nation. With the strong supporting hand of central government states are less likely to succeed from the union and more likely to provide for and support the country to the best of the abilities of the state. The central government has three different branches each with limited power unique to the branch with the system of checks and balances no branch is able to breach past their bounds and leach power from another branch the power is disrtuped so that no branch has supreme athorty not only over the others but also over the country itself.
In order to compare and contrast varying types of government within two or more countries, one must have a clear definition of Government and know the purposes it serves. Therefore, I did some research and I have established that Government is a group that exercises dominant power over a nation, state, society or other body of people. Governments are commonly responsible for constructing and implementing laws, handling money, and defending the general population from external threats, and may have other obligations or privileges. All over the world, there are many different types of government within countries. Each kind has its advantages as well as disadvantages regarding the general well-being of its peoples and economy.
Another disadvantage of plutocratic government is pushing inequality to a far tougher level. As it said above, plutocrats govern a country in the way beneficial to them, which means they use laws to increase their wealth absorbing it from the nation. This makes a distressing situation in a country far more distressing, and may end up as ‘slavery of poor people’. Because if people 's wealth continually flows to
Section 1: DISCUSS forms of Government (Do not quote, or give definitions) A. Communism: Under communism, the economy is controlled by the state. A single authoritarian party holds the power over the government. Communism is based on the belief of common ownership over the production of resources and the elimination of social classes (!). In that social order, all goods are shared among the people.
What the government gets from the populist system are votes and people’s like, but would it be possible that this system will give the government a long-term trustworthiness instead of a temporary fondness? The problems about the populist system are that most of the schemes are hard to be succeeded or we can call it “imaginary schemes”. Also the government has to use lots of money from the finance in addition they can’t predict that will the result will be really worth it or not. All of these will leads to the disadvantages of the system that will affect the government later on. When problems show up, surely people will criticize the effectiveness of the government and maybe lose trust.