Types of
Gov’t

Systems
of Gov’t

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A type of
government ruled
by one person, such
as a dictator…
Autocracy
A type of
government
where the people
hold the power…
Democracy
A type of
government ruled
by a small group
of people…
Oligarchy
What are the 3
main forms of
Democracies...
Presidential and
Parliamentary
Democracy &
Constitutional
Monarchy
A type of
government where
citizens elect leaders
to represent them …
Republic
System of government
where power is shared
between central,
regional, and local
governments…
Federal
System of government
where power is held
by one central
authority
Unitary
System of
government where
countries/states form
an alliance, agreeing
to certain restrictions
Confederation
An example of a
country that has a
Unitary government
would be…
United Kingdom
(Power lies in
Legislative Branch)
An example of a
Confederation
would be…
European Union
or Switzerland
Russia has this type
of government…
Presidential
Democracy
United Kingdom and
Germany have this
type of government…
Parliamentary
Democracy
Germany and Russia
have this system of
government…
Federal
List the heads of
state with the MOST
power in…
1.Germany
2.Russia
3.The UK
1. Chancellor
2. President
3. Prime Minister
List the heads of state
with the LEAST
power in…
1.Germany
2.Russia
3.The UK
1. President
2. Prime Minister
3. The Queen
The currency of the
European Union is
called the…
Euro
There are this many
member countries in
the European Union…
28
European Union
countries are required
to have this type of
government…
Democracy
Why is Turkey NOT in
the European Union?
Turkey has a high
Muslim population,
and this bothers many
of the European Union
members
List the benefits of a
country being part of
the European Union…
-Same currency (the Euro)
- Free trade with other members
- Easy movement from one member
country to another
The former Soviet
Union had what type
of government…
Communism
(Oligarchy)
This is the largest
European country that
isn’t a member of the
European Union…
Russia
This is the flag for…
The European
Union
What is the main
difference between a
democracy and an
oligarchy?
Hint: TYPES of govt…
Citizen Participation…
Democracy – High level of
citizen participation
Oligarchy – Little or no
citizen participation
What is the main
difference between a
parliamentary
democracy and a
presidential
democracy?
How the leader is chosen…
Pres. Democracy – Citizens
choose the leader
Par. Democracy – Parliament
chooses the leader
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  1. 1. Types of Gov’t Systems of Gov’t 1 pt 1 pt 1 pt 1 pt 1 pt 2 pt 2 pt 2 pt 2 pt 2 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 4 pt 4 pt 4 pt 4 pt 4 pt 5 pt 5 pt 5 pt 5 pt 5 pt UK, Russia, European & Germany Union Potluck
  2. 2. A type of government ruled by one person, such as a dictator…
  3. 3. Autocracy
  4. 4. A type of government where the people hold the power…
  5. 5. Democracy
  6. 6. A type of government ruled by a small group of people…
  7. 7. Oligarchy
  8. 8. What are the 3 main forms of Democracies...
  9. 9. Presidential and Parliamentary Democracy & Constitutional Monarchy
  10. 10. A type of government where citizens elect leaders to represent them …
  11. 11. Republic
  12. 12. System of government where power is shared between central, regional, and local governments…
  13. 13. Federal
  14. 14. System of government where power is held by one central authority
  15. 15. Unitary
  16. 16. System of government where countries/states form an alliance, agreeing to certain restrictions
  17. 17. Confederation
  18. 18. An example of a country that has a Unitary government would be…
  19. 19. United Kingdom (Power lies in Legislative Branch)
  20. 20. An example of a Confederation would be…
  21. 21. European Union or Switzerland
  22. 22. Russia has this type of government…
  23. 23. Presidential Democracy
  24. 24. United Kingdom and Germany have this type of government…
  25. 25. Parliamentary Democracy
  26. 26. Germany and Russia have this system of government…
  27. 27. Federal
  28. 28. List the heads of state with the MOST power in… 1.Germany 2.Russia 3.The UK
  29. 29. 1. Chancellor 2. President 3. Prime Minister
  30. 30. List the heads of state with the LEAST power in… 1.Germany 2.Russia 3.The UK
  31. 31. 1. President 2. Prime Minister 3. The Queen
  32. 32. The currency of the European Union is called the…
  33. 33. Euro
  34. 34. There are this many member countries in the European Union…
  35. 35. 28
  36. 36. European Union countries are required to have this type of government…
  37. 37. Democracy
  38. 38. Why is Turkey NOT in the European Union?
  39. 39. Turkey has a high Muslim population, and this bothers many of the European Union members
  40. 40. List the benefits of a country being part of the European Union…
  41. 41. -Same currency (the Euro) - Free trade with other members - Easy movement from one member country to another
  42. 42. The former Soviet Union had what type of government…
  43. 43. Communism (Oligarchy)
  44. 44. This is the largest European country that isn’t a member of the European Union…
  45. 45. Russia
  46. 46. This is the flag for…
  47. 47. The European Union
  48. 48. What is the main difference between a democracy and an oligarchy? Hint: TYPES of govt…
  49. 49. Citizen Participation… Democracy – High level of citizen participation Oligarchy – Little or no citizen participation
  50. 50. What is the main difference between a parliamentary democracy and a presidential democracy?
  51. 51. How the leader is chosen… Pres. Democracy – Citizens choose the leader Par. Democracy – Parliament chooses the leader
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