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Countries by system of governance
These are a lists of countries categorised by system of governance. One of the presidents is the chief officer of the board and does not depend on the legislative authority. Under a complete system of presidency, the presidents are both heads of state and governments. There' s no premier.
There is a presidency and a premier in semi-presidential regimes. Contrary to a parliamentarian Republic, in such a system the presidency has a real executive power, but part of the function of chief of government is performed by the premier. There is a premier is the proactive chief executor of the administration and also leaders of the legislative.
But there is also a presidency that acts as a symbolical heads of state. A monarchy in which the sovereign is the chief of power. There is a premier is the proactive chief executor of the administration and also leaders of the legislative.
It is a constitutionally elected sovereign who exerts his authority only with the agreement of the administration and is largely a poster boy. Although the premier (or equivalent) is the country's proactive executor, the sovereign still has significant policy prerogatives that can be used at his will.
Institutional monarchs in which Queen Elizabeth II acts as heads of state over an autonomous state. A Governor-General shall be appointed by the Queen for each of the countries other than the United Kingdom as her deputy. He is the acting Chief of the Authority and at the same time Chairman of the Legislative Council.
Undemocratic states founded on a state faith in which the leader is chosen by a type of réglement. Undemocratic states in which there is a concentration of central and eastern European politics within a unique and largely intertwined state. All of the nation's military powers supervise the governmental bodies and all high-ranking leaders are also members of the military authority.
Countries that have a system of governance that is in a state of upheaval and cannot be precisely categorised. Countries in which the Confederation is sharing the reins with semi-autonomous local authorities. Theoretically, in many cases the federation is a product of local authorities; the United States is a shining example.
Countries in which the federal administration has assigned part of its authority to self-governing daughter states, thus establishing a de facto alliance. Countries in which the federal administration has assigned some of its authority to local authorities. An alliance is a state in which some sub-states operate like states in a alliance and others like states in a unified state.
mark with 2 independent and 13 districts; 1 Finnish and 19 independent and 12 Dutch with 2 states and 12 states.