How is the government power of North Korea distributed?
The Government North Korea has today is a Dictatorship. Kim Jong-Il rules the country with mighty power.
Government by a single person having unlimited power; despotism. - As is in North Korea
Is called a totalitarian state. Example: Communist North Korea.
The power is distributed by different forms of government is based on weither it is federal , unitary ,or a confederation.
Autocracy is a system of government whereby supreme power is held by a single person. North Korea could be considered autocratic as its supreme leader is Kim Jong Un.
how is the power distributed between the antional and the state government in a federalist system
North Korea is exercising power through their religious belief. They have to bow down to the statues of the government because the government is "God" to them.
The current dictator of North Korea, who is the third of the Kim dynasty, is named Kim Jong Un. It is believed that top ranking generals of the army also have some power, although very little information gets out, about the inner workings of the North Korean government.
This question can be interpreted in several ways. As far as military power, the USA. As far as power over its people, North Korea.
North Korea does not really have distinct branches of government, with the system being something closer to a complex military-political oligarchy led by the Premier. The internal politics of the North Korean regime are unclear and it may be the case that members of the government hold each other to a certain degree of accountability, but how this works is unknown.
Power is distributed geographically and located at different levels: city, county, state, and national.
North Korea and China are both COMMUNIST STATES but they are very different kinds of Communist States. China -- Leninist Communism: China is a Leninist Communist State. Leninist Communism is the political theory that a single party called the Communist Party rules the government and governs all affairs as opposed to individual politicians. Although the single party in a Leninist Communist State is the Communist Party, the party need not practice Communist political theory. In… Read More
by equal power to all
No. North Korea can barely even feed its people.
Some examples of an Autocracy government China, North Korea, Nazi Regime in Germany and many more. This a system of government where one person has absolute power.
There is a system of checks and balances. The power is distributed between the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of government.
Kim Man Su is the Minister of Electric Power Industry for North Korea.
federal government Unitary government Confederate government
classification by how power is distributed
they split between the overnment
Government's power is in three branches, as you may know; so they don't "get" their power, it is distributed.
Autocratic government that are in power today are countries like Cuba, China, North Korea, and Libya. There are several more as well like Iran, Syria, Chad and Cameroon.
Classification by how much power is distributed.
between the national government and the states
What is the name for a government that exerts complete power over the population when controlling their thoughts and most intimate private lives?
That is called a totalitarian regime. The best current example of totalitarianism is the government of North Korea.
It's a federal government, meaning it is controlled by both central and lower levels of government which have equal power.
Of course, communists control North Korea. Kim Jong-il is the leader of North Korea and currently, he wants to give his power to his son Kim Jong-Eun.
How are power and responsibilities distributed shared and limited in the government established by the US?
The powers and responsibilities that are distributed, shared and limited in the government are established by the U.S. Constitution. The Constitution was ratified in 1788.
North Korea is a dictatorship, which leads that the whole government has all means of control of all businesses. It is a classless society in which everyone must be equal. Power comes from the government, not people alone. Nobody has their own rights, or businesses unlike the United States for example: Wealth and power comes from people. 'Unlike in North Korea, a communist government power is controlled by the government alone.' They also do not… Read More
In Korean war, Truman did not give gun power for South Korea because he thought Korea as not trustful enough to lend their power. But Stalin(Maybe he was the leader back then...) lent their heavy artilleries to North Korea. Later, there was a call to US and whole UN groups except North Korea came to make the decision and the result was to send troops to help South Korea
It doesn't. It is a dictatorship
I believe North Korea is in fact high power distance as all of its power sources are kept up high so that little children won't accidentally hurt themselves.
power is distributed among the three independent branches of government~
each of the countries in the country creates its own money
Classification by how power is distributed
Hydroelectric power plants are in both North and South Korea. Hydroelectricity contributes much to both North and South Korea's electric needs.
1. Democracy: the power of the people. 2. Theocracy: the power of the people, yet one religion rules. 3. Monarchy: the power of the Sovereign (usually a king). A government is not always necessary.
Red China is and was the only country that borders North Korea. China is an important trading partner to North Korea. They can make life very uncomfortable, economically for the North Koreans. Militarily, if China were to invade or otherwise attack North Korea, it is doubtful that any Western Power would do anything about it.
Powers can be distributed evenly, unfairly, or just plain in the middle. Federal is not an unlimited supply of whatever your heart desires. You have rules and regulations that keep you from being in trouble with the government. Unitary is a central authority. There is no power distributed whatsoever. i.e. Socialism, Communists, and Totalitarian governments. Confederation is a blunt government. It is similar to an Anarchy government. There really is no government.
China, Cuba and North Korea
The current leader of North Korea is Kim-Jong Il. He gained power when his father died. Recently Kim-Jong Il signed a document saying that when he dies, his son will be the new leader of North Korea.
North Korea is neither a unitary, federal or confederate form of government-at least not according to the distribution of power. Firstly, not all governments fit this paradigm. Democratically organized, parliamentary and presidential governments as well as some constitutional monarchies may, but not dictatorships. I do not have the time to respond accordingly, however, suffice it to say, you need to clearly define the three, and then juxtapose them with the organization/distribution of power within the… Read More
Mexico has a limited government, as the power is distributed among the executive, legislative and judiciary.
The Worker's Party is the only political party in North Korea, ruled by Kim Jong-il in a very strict interpretation of Communism.
N.Korea wants power. Thus, they hate all places more populated and developed then them. (such as America, Japan, ect) Also, the leader of North Korea and the North Korean Government is Brainwashing Their people to hate other countries N Korea and S Korea have different governments, these two places do not agree with each other. One side is A democracy and the other is Communist. N and S Korea started a War, Called the Korean… Read More
The relation between north and south Korea is very strict and hardend the two areas have now spillt up and never talk to each otherToday South Korea has become a major economic and technological power. North Korea is a poverty-stricken, heavily militarized nation.
power is distributed in confederate govt. anyway it wants to be distributed :/
Great Question, After the Korean War and North and South Korea began to rebuild. North Korea achieved this faster with Soviet backing than the South did with American backing. The North formed a great health care system, trade with many socialist countries, developed its infrastructure, and successfully rebuilt its economy. By the 1960s North Korea had a higher standard of living, larger GDP per capta, and higher life expectancy than the South. This trend continued… Read More