A federal system of government is a union of partially self-governing states or regions under a central government with powers usually assigned to each by a constitution. Neither the states nor the federal body acting al... More »

A state is defined by multiple characteristics, including a government body and bureaucracy, a concentration of labor and population and a surplus of food. Other characteristics involve social stratification of the peopl... More »

Successful politicians often possess many characteristics, including honesty, energy, ambition, practicality and good communication skills. While not every successful politician possesses all of these qualities, most pos... More »

A federal system of government is defined as a union of partially self-governing states or regions under a central government, with powers usually assigned to each by a constitution. Neither the states nor the federal bo... More »

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A federal republic is a type of government made up of smaller areas such as states or provinces where the central government cedes certain powers to the individual areas for self-government purposes. The citizens of the ... More »

Secularism, constitutional supremacy, fundamental rights, division of powers, and an independent and impartial judiciary are some of the salient features of the Constitution of India. These features work to directly supp... More »

Although both federal and confederate governments are multilateral systems of government that entail a central government as well as smaller state or municipal governments, a federal system assigns more power to the cent... More »