What are the powers that all governments have?
What makes each system different from each other?
A system of government in which the power to make and execute laws is held by a parliament and parliament chooses the leader (executive).
a system of government in which power is divided between a national government and various state governments.
a system of government where the central government is supreme, and the localized governments can exercise only powers that the central government has delegated to them.
a system of government where the vast majority of political power rests with the local governments; the central federal government has very little power.
Scenario 1: The power of government is held with the legislative body, with a Prime Minister in charge.
Scenario 2: There is little central power of government, instead government power is held with at the lower government unit level, such as a state.
Scenario 3: The power of government is shared between the central (national) government and the states.
Scenario 4: Government power is held with the central (national) government.