Federation by Jimmy Elorza Alondra Escamilla Aglaia Jarrin Period:6
Federation by Jimmy Elorza Alondra Escamilla
Aglaia Jarrin Period:6
A federal government is divided into three different branches to ensure that the government doesn't have all of the power.
An economic system in which power is equally shared among the Central government and the local government.
In a Federation the citizens have a say in political decisions.They can elect their leaders and have freedom to express their opinion in political issues.
A government system dividing power between one central government and local state governments which are connected with one and the other.
Many countries have a federal government like Russia,Germany,The U.S,and Mexico.
A system of dividing up power between a central national government and local state governments connected to one another.
A union of partially self-governing states or regions under a central government, uniting smaller bodies.
One in which a nation shares power equally among the central government and political units.
A federal government is a system that divides up power between a strong national government and smaller local governments. We'll take a look at how power plays out between the national and local government, and the benefits of a federal government.May 13, 2015
The formation of a political unity, with a central government, by a number of separate states, each of which retains control of its own internal affairs.
in a federal government citizens have the right to vote