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  • I studied Chinese government and how it affected other countries around the world but I mainly focused Korea. China has four main political stats. State, Military, Supreme Court, and Supreme Peoples Procuratorate. All of these are controlled by the NPC, or National Peoples Congress. The National Peoples Congress elects the president and Vice President for five year terms. Its also the only legislative house branch in the Republic of China. There is about 50 member in the State Council and most of them are communist.
  • Central Military Commission: It’s the command and control of the People’s Liberation Army but is supervised by the standing committee of the NPC. People usually call it the supreme military policy-making body and its chairman is elected by the NPC. There chairman is the commander of the armed forces. But the Chinese Communist party still supervises and the decisions that run threw them.
  • Supreme Peoples Court: It’s the highest Court in the judicial system of the Peoples Republic of China. Hong Kong and Macau are special and have their own judicial systems based on Britain. The Judges are appointed by NPC.
  • This is one of the main political Buildings that Chinas leaders discuss in.
  • USA and South Korea share the same type of government and China and North Korea are closely related. China has had a major affect on the rest of the world with major people being communist. USA North Korea South Korea China Power in the Government Lots of power in the government. It makes the decisions. People do get a say in things though. This country’s government is in total power. People get no say and no rights. Centralized command economy. The people decide presidents just like here. They have the three same branches as us, executive, legislative and judicial. Has four main branches, State, Military, Supreme Peoples Court and Supreme peoples Procuratorate. Type of government Democracy Communist Democracy Half and Half. They have presidents and people have rights but the main seats in the branches are controlled by communist
  • North Korea is completely communist and the Military has complete control. North Korea has been in many wars and just recently sunk a South Korean warship. Communists Have complete power and the civilians have absolutely none.
  • Chinese Economy: In western China, there are mainly rice farming and in southern china, there is mostly wheat farming. Many people traded silk and gold to eastern countries like India and Uzbekistan.
  • China Government

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    2. 5. Half and Half. They have presidents and people have rights but the main seats in the branches are controlled by communist. Democracy Communist Democracy Type of government Has four main branches, State, Military, Supreme Peoples Court and Supreme peoples Procuratorate. The people decide presidents just like here. They have the three same branches as us, executive, legislative and judicial. South Korea: Separated into three branches, judicial, legislative, and executive. Just like us, the executive branch is controller of the national level like the President. Also the legislative branch has control because they make important decisions and make laws. The Judicial is more local but still has a say in the nat. level. They have a document that they made in 1948 when they gained independence. This document is like our constitution. Lots of power in the government. It makes the decisions. People do get a say in things though. Power in the Government China South Korea North Korea USA
    3. 8. Uploaded on February 16, 2009 by PAVDW Uploaded on November 7, 2005 by Hector Garcia Uploaded on April 3, 2007 by The U.S. Army <ul><li>&quot;North Korea.&quot; Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia . Web. 21 May 2010. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_Korea>. </li></ul><ul><li>Ad, About 1100. &quot;Ancient Chinese Economy - History for Kids!&quot; Kidipede - History and Science for Kids - Homework Help for Middle School . Web. 23 May 2010. <http://historyforkids.org/learn/china/economy/index.htm>. </li></ul><ul><li>&quot;Government of the People's Republic of China.&quot; Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia . Web. 19 May 2010. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Government_of_the_People's_Republic_of_China>. </li></ul><ul><li>  &quot;South Korea.&quot; Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia . Web. 21 May 2010. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/South_Korea>. </li></ul>

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