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The forms of government are political systems in which the states and countries work. Furthermore, they are closely related to political theories. For example, you would not find a parliamentary system in a non-democratic form of government.

Anarchy

Anarchy derives from the ancient Greek word anarchos, meaning no authority. Thus, it is a state in which the government does not exist or has no...

Monarchy

A monarchy is a form of government. The origin of the word is the Ancient Greek "Monárkhēs." Etymologically it consists of the words "one" and "...

Parliamentary System

A parliamentary system is one of the most common forms of government. Another name for it is parliamentarism . Typically, these states are a republic...

Presidential System

A presidential system is a form of governance of states. The central person - the head of state and the head of government in one person, is usually...

Republic

A republic is a form of government. The origin of the word is the Latin phrase Res Publica . It means "the public thing" or "public affair."...

Semi-Presidential System

The semi-presidential system is one of the most common forms of government. This form has two central figures, a president (head of state ) and a...