Middle East Political Economic Systems: Question Preview (ID: 21704)


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In a unitary government system, who has the power?
a) Central government b) Regional government c) voters d) legislature
Which of the following countries is an example of a unitary government system?
a) Israel b) Iran c) Saudi Arabia d) Turkey
In a confederation government system, who has the power?
a) Central government b) Regional government c) Voters d) Legislature
In which of following countries do people have the most personal freedoms?
a) Iran b) Saudi Arabia c) Israel d) North Korea
Who is the head of government in a parliamentary democracy?
a) President b) Prime Minister c) King d) No one is the leader
Which country could best be described as a parliamentary democracy?
a) Turkey b) Saudi Arabia c) Iran d) Israel
Why do the individual voters have more power in a democracy than they do in an autocracy or an oligarchy?
a) Kings are evil leaders b) Citizens vote c) Government decides everything d)
Which country has an oligarchic system of government?
a) Saudi Arabia b) Iran c) Israel d) Lebanon
Which BEST describes the government of Saudi Arabia?
a) democracy b) hereditary monarchy c) oligarchy d) confederation
Who is allowed to vote in Israeli elections?
a) all citizens 18 years of age and older b) all citizens 16 years of age and older c) only males 21 years of age and older d) only males 16 years of age and older
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