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[Summary]List of countries by system of government Associated state Confederation Unitary state Representative Aristocracy Military junta Stratocracy Illiberal democracy Semi-authoritarian Dictatorship Constitutional Directorial Parliamentary Semi-presidentia

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List of countries by system of government

Associated state

Confederation

Unitary state

Representative

Aristocracy

Military junta

Stratocracy

Illiberal democracy

Semi-authoritarian

Dictatorship

Constitutional

Directorial

Parliamentary

Semi-presidential

Presidential

Colonialism

Distributism

Totalitarianism

National unity

This is a list of the states categorized by system of government.

Direct democracy

A Landsgemeinde, or assembly, of the Canton of Glarus, on 7 May 2006, Switzerland.

Anticipatory

Conservative

Cosmopolitan

Deliberative

Interactive

Jeffersonian

Non-partisan

Participatory

Representative

Substantive

Theodemocracy

Totalitarian

Democratic capitalism

Democratic Confederalism

Democratic socialism

Libertarianism

The Only Direct (True) Democracy in the World

Even if you live in a non-direct democracy or even in a dictatorship, you can start taking pride in your own country by doing your part. Start with recycling, preserving water, buy organic and support your local farmer, read the ingredients on the food you buy; only buy products that are made in the country where you live, support your local economy, support your local mom and pops shops instead of the big chains, whenever you can - do whatever it takes to take pride in where you live.

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Top 10 Reasons You are Not Living in a True Democracy

Countries with True Democracy

What is democracy and why is democracy? A nation can only be defined as a true democracy if the incumbent government rules in accordance with the majority, while respecting rights of the minority. The government of the people, for the people and by the people is the right meaning of what the word democracy suggests. Democracy is meant for the welfare of the people; however, we Indians are not justified in calling our nation a true democracy because we are actually not living in one. If you do not believe this then read the top 10 reasons why you are not living in a true democracy. 10. Non-inclusive growth: The democratic set up works on the main objective of providing equal chances of growth to the citizens of the state. However, since most of the countrymen are devoid of equal social and economic rights, our nation is getting closer to doomsday. The growth is non-inclusive and irrelevant. It clearly shows that the Indian democracy is most likely a farce or even fake. 9. Sluggish

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Democracies in the World

Democracies in the World

Democracy means “ruled by the people”. Democracy is a human right. Most countries in the world claim they are democratic, but are they? You can find out here by
having a look at the Democracy Map!

During the years, many countries have moved from a non-democratic government to a democracy. But during the years previous to 2010, six countries are more democratic (Togo, Bhutan, Maldives, Pakistan, Thailand and Montenegro) and eight are less democratic (Gabon, Lesotho, Mauretania, Senegal, Afganistan, Kyrgyzstan, Bahrain and Jordan).

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