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  1. Government SystemsPart III

  2. Review

  3. Let’s try some questions 1. What does the word democratic mean? 2. Where did it originate (start)? Hint Hint

  4. 3. What are two types of Democratic Governments? • A. Oligarchic & Autocratic • B. Confederation & Federal • C. Parliamentary & Presidential • D. Chocolate & Vanilla

  5. 4. In a parliamentary government, who elects the executive branch? • A. the president • B. the people • C. the legislative branch • D. Scooby Doo

  6. 5. The executive branch, sometimes called the cabinet, gets to elect their leader. What is his title? • A. king • B. prime minister • C. president • D. head coach

  7. 6. What’s the difference between a prime minister & a president? (Choose 2 answers.) A. Prime ministers get paid more B. Presidents are elected by the people C. Prime ministers are elected by the executive branch. D. Presidents have to stand for the national anthem.

  8. ‘Nuff review. Time to move on to… Wait for it . . . What do you think . . . Could it be . . . .

  9. Presidential Government!!! You were expecting a trip to Disney World? We’re studying European Government. . . . Duh.

  10. OK, onto Presidential Government

  11. Well, people in a parliamentary government are Bulldog fans while people in a presidential government are Georgia Tech fans. So, what’s the big difference between a parliamentary government and a presidential government? Really?!?

  12. NOT! The REAL difference between a Parliamentary government and a Presidential government is in the way they elect their executive leader. In a Presidential government, the citizens vote directly for their president.

  13. So…. Parliamentary Governments Have prime ministers elected by the executive branch. The legislature holds the power. and Presidential Governments Have presidents elected by the people. The power is divided between the branches.

  14. Review