a theory advocating elimination of private property.
a system in which goods are owned in common and are available to all as needed.
Typically a one party system in which all political power rest with the party (i.e. China).
Theocracy A form of government in which God or a deity is recognized as the supreme civil ruler. Often religious institutional representatives (i.e.: a church), replaces or is mixed into the civilian government. Can be an Oligarchy, Representative Democracy, and even a Monarchy.
This type of government is known as a coalition government.
The Israeli legislature is called the Knesset.
The Knesset holds most of the power in the Israeli government.
Israelis eighteen and older elect these officials by popular vote.
While most of Israel’s Jewish citizens see themselves as secular, meaning they do not feel the country’s laws should be based solely on religious beliefs, many Israeli laws are influenced by the Orthodox Jews, those who want government policy to be made according to religious law
These people represent about 25 percent of the Israeli population.