the members of a social organization who are in power.
It is a system interactios in any society through which a binding authoritative allocation of values are made (Easton 1965)
Democratic, of course if reffering to the USA.
The current US political system would be something close to a democratic-republic. The economic system would be capitalism
A federal constitutional republic.
The political risk refers to the instability of the political system in a country.
It depends on the country political and religious system.
Afganistan"s political system is republic country. A Republic system, is when not a monarch or other hereditary head of state.
A dictatorship is a political system that does not provide for more popular control. The leader of the country has absolute rules which severely limits any say the common people have in how the country is ran.
Russia has had many political systems in place throughout its history. In 2014, the current system is democratic. The country's current President is Vladimir Putin.
It could be done by a revolution, like in any country. It could also be done through the political system itself through having referendums.
It is really hard to answer this question.However, it's a good one. The political system here in the Philippines, I think, is not applicable now to the country. The problem in the political system in the Philippines is that it cannot go with the changes in the country. For example, there are no laws that answer the problems in corrupt officials( if ever there is, it is not exercised properly). The people in the government also adds to the political turmoil in the country. There are many corrupt officials who are free to do what they want. I think both the political system and the people running the government should both be blamed. Both should be cleaned.
The country of Canada, the Provinces and Territories are governed by theParliamentary system.
In a democratic country this is not a custom, but in other political system the persona cult is part of the custom of the country
Venezuela's political system is officially a PRESIDENTIAL REPUBLIC, because it has an elected President and Legislature but has devolved into an illiberal democracy and functions much more similarly to a Communist country.