A form of government in which one individual or small group holds all the power and directs the lives of citizens
A form of government that uses intimidation, violence, and propaganda to rule all aspects of the social and political life of its citizens
A system of government in which people freely choose in elections who will govern them, and gives the people who are ruled by its laws and policies certain rights over the actions and careers of those in power
A system in which citizens vote directly on every issue
To represent the interests of a group by influencing decision makers in the group's favour
To represent the interests of the public by influencing the decision makers in the public interest
To represent the interests of the party in power through mass media
A bureaucrat with influential connections
A passionate member of a pressure group
Someone who sits in the lobby of the Parliament every day
Should not involve violence, should be directed against laws that are seriously harmful, and avoiding punishment from the authority in order to continue protesting
Should involve violence, should be directed against laws that are seriously harmful, and should involve taking responsibility for one's actions
Should not involve violence, should be directed against laws that are in the best interests of the pressure group, and should be willing to take responsibility for one's actions
Should not involve violence, should be directed against laws that are seriously harmful, and should be willing to face punishment for one's actions
Citizens directly elect their leader (e.g. in the USA, you directly elect the President)
Every eligible citizen participates directly by voting on all decisions that affect society
The democracy is directed towards the people
Elected representatives are allowed to make decisions on behalf of the people
You may agree with a member of the party's opinions, but not the leader's
It is hard to manage in a large population
It is fascist.
It does not allow rule by the people.
None of the above; they are all right wing.
The Liberal Party
The Bloc Quebecois
The Green Party
A political party
A non-governmental organization (NGO)
Answer option 4
Choosing a patron god for a city (e.g. Athena for Athens)
Giving rewards in return for loyalty or favours to a party
Another word for apprenticeship
Proroguing of Parliament
Appointment of the Cabinet
Leading the Executive Branch of government
The Prime Minister's Office
The Cabinet Office
The Privy Council Office
MLA is a form of citation and MP is not.
MLA is a member of the Legislative Assembly in Provincial government, whereas MP is a member of parliament in federal government.
MLA is a member of the Legislative Assembly in federal government, whereas MP is a member of parliament in provincial government.
MPs are selected by the prime minister, while MLAs are elected into the House of Commons.
Ergonomic, Equal, and Effective
Elite, Elected, and Efficient
Eloquent, Enrolled, and Enthusiastic
Elected, Equal, and Efficient
The cabinet votes that the Prime Minister is unfit to lead
The opposition party loses a vote in the House of Commons
The leading party loses a vote in the House of Commons
A coalition between parties causes the public to believe that the unrest in parliament means the ruling party is not in control.
House of Commons
Punish members of a party who do not vote for the good of the party
Make sure party members are present in voting
Making sure the media does not cast a bad image on the party
Prevent private member's bills from passing
The Electoral College
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