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''Feel free to mark your country with the government type which suits the country best.''
 
''Feel free to mark your country with the government type which suits the country best.''
 
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{{legend|#1500ff|'''Strong Democracy''' - ''Democracy is highly valued in the country and is key in country's foundation'' }}
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{{legend|#1500ff|'''Strong Democracy''' - ''Democracy is highly valued in the country and is key in country's foundation '''(e.g. left-winged, smaller states)''' '' }}
{{legend|#6557fa|'''Formal Democracy''' - ''Democracy is valued in the country, but not in its fullest form''}}
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{{legend|#6557fa|'''Formal Democracy''' - ''Democracy is valued in the country, but not in its fullest form '''(e.g. centre, federal states)'''''}}
{{legend|#2eff74|'''Weak Democracy''' - ''Democracy has authoritarian elements in the country, but is a part of the history of the country''}}
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{{legend|#2eff74|'''Weak Democracy''' - ''Democracy has authoritarian elements in the country, but is a part of the history of the country '''(e.g. capitalist, right-wing, bigger states)'''''}}
{{legend|#8fe322|'''Hybrid Democracy ''or Anocracy''''' - ''Authoritarian but posseses democratic features, former democracy''}}
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{{legend|#8fe322|'''Hybrid Democracy ''or Anocracy''''' - ''Authoritarian but posseses democratic features, former democracy '''(e.g. right-wing, popolous states)'''''}}
{{legend|#e9f50a|'''Semi-Authoritarian''' - ''Authoritarian but people still influencial, mostly corrupt, has or has never been a former democracy''}}
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{{legend|#e9f50a|'''Semi-Authoritarian''' - ''Authoritarian but people still influencial, mostly corrupt, has or has never been a former democracy '''(e.g. socialist)'''''}}
{{legend|#f5410a|'''Authoritarian''' - ''Authoritarian with a leader controlling most elements of the country, restrictions of activities common''}}
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{{legend|#f5410a|'''Authoritarian''' - ''Authoritarian with a leader controlling most elements of the country, restrictions of activities common '''(e.g. corrupt states, atheist)'''''}}
{{legend|#ff0000|'''Dictatorship''' - ''One leader controlling all elements in the country, restrictions of activities always practiced''}}
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{{legend|#ff0000|'''Dictatorship''' - ''One leader controlling all elements in the country, restrictions of activities always practiced '''(e.g. civil unrest, scandals)'''''}}
{{legend|#57013a|'''Absolute Monarchy''' - ''King or queen controlling all elements in the country, restrictions of activities not common''}}]]
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{{legend|#57013a|'''Absolute Monarchy''' - ''King or queen controlling all elements in the country, restrictions of activities not common '''(e.g. traditionalist, religious)'''''}}]]

Revision as of 17:56, 17 August 2019

Feel free to mark your country with the government type which suits the country best.

File:World Map Democracy.png
  Strong Democracy - Democracy is highly valued in the country and is key in country's foundation (e.g. left-winged, smaller states)
  Formal Democracy - Democracy is valued in the country, but not in its fullest form (e.g. centre, federal states)
  Weak Democracy - Democracy has authoritarian elements in the country, but is a part of the history of the country (e.g. capitalist, right-wing, bigger states)
  Hybrid Democracy or Anocracy - Authoritarian but posseses democratic features, former democracy (e.g. right-wing, popolous states)
  Semi-Authoritarian - Authoritarian but people still influencial, mostly corrupt, has or has never been a former democracy (e.g. socialist)
  Authoritarian - Authoritarian with a leader controlling most elements of the country, restrictions of activities common (e.g. corrupt states, atheist)
  Dictatorship - One leader controlling all elements in the country, restrictions of activities always practiced (e.g. civil unrest, scandals)
  Absolute Monarchy - King or queen controlling all elements in the country, restrictions of activities not common (e.g. traditionalist, religious)