It is a government in which all powers held by the government belong to a central agency.
The United States Constitution spells out a number of powers that belong to the Federal government. It also specifies that any powers not given to the Federal government are reserved for the states.
In the US, the Federal Government is referred to as both a National and Central government, which has shared and separate powers with the 50 States that belong to the US.
A unitary government is described as a centralized government where all powers belong to a single, central agency. Any administrative divisions exercise only powers that the central government chooses to delegate. Great Britain is a good example.
No. It doesn't belong to the government.
No, but you belong in the kitchen
They belong in the American League, Central Division.
Federal courts belong to the judicial branch of government.
Marrow cavity does not belong.
Japan has a democratic government.
It is the "taking" of something of value, therefore it is a criminal offense. Also, tehcnically, the passpost does not "belong" to the person to whom it is issued, its ownership remains with the government that issued it - therefore "Theft of a Government Document."
The belong to the Judicial branch.
To AMERICA, naturally.