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Which of the following is NOT true about a dictatorship?
a) citizens don't have the right to participate in the government b) power is taken by force c) Cuba had dictators d) dictators are chosen through elections
Which of the following is an example of a dictatorship?
a) Saudi Arabia b) USA c) North Korea d) Germany
In a republic, the ruler is chosen through ....................
a) voting b) elections c) using force d) the army
Which of the following is an example of a monarchy?
a) Cuba b) England c) North Korea d) Germany
The rulers in a dictatorship ………………………….
a) take power by force b) are chosen through elections c) are not chosen by people d) inherit power
The ruler in a republic is called ………………
a) the king b) the dictator c) the president d) the emperor
The rulers in a republic ………………………….
a) take power by force b) are chosen through elections c) are not chosen by people d) inherit power
Everyone is equal before the law in a ……………………
a) monarchy b) dictatorship c) republic d) all of them
In a republic, ……………………………..
a) the president is elected for life b) presidents are usually much richer than citizens c) Iraq is an example of countries that had republic d) everyone including the ruler is equal before the law
In a monarchy, ………………………………..
a) rulers are elected by people b) power is inherited c) everyone is equal before the law d) power is taken by force
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