What kind of government does the us have-?
The United States is a "Constitutional Republic" with some elements of democracy.
Prior to the centralized federal government being formed the thirteen colonies had colonial assemblies in which constiuents would meet to dicuss issues. The colonial assemblies arose largely because the government that the US was technical under, the British Monarchy, essentially ignored them. So the US government in the most current sense replaced the colonial assemblies, but the US government in general replaced the British Monarchy.
The people who invented the US government are today known collectively as the Founding Fathers. They included George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and a few dozen others, who debated the issue of what kind of government they wanted, and finally came up with the US constitution in the late 18th century.
Puerto Rico has a republican form of government with separation of powers modeled on the US Constitutional, with an elected bicameral legislature, an independent judiciary and an elected executive. As an unincorporated territory of the United States organized as a Commonwealth, the powers of its government are delegated by the Congress of the US and are not under the full protection of the US Constitution.
is a written plan of government it was created by the founders of the us and it identifies the purpose of the us government is a written plan of government it was created by the founders of the us and it identifies the purpose of the us government is a written plan of government it was created by the founders of the us and it identifies the purpose of the us government
if it became an unitary government then there's would be no states to start with. There will one central focus of power in the United State, most likely Washington, DC. All the powers that government have will be focused on the federal level. that's just the basic of this topic. there's many controversial issues as to if this kind of government is better than the current government in the US.
Mexico does not owe anything to the US, because the existing law prevents the Mexican government to acquire such kind of obligations. What it does is to sell Federal Treasury certificates (CETES), Federal Government Development bonds (BONDES), Investment Unit bonds (UDIBONOS) and other kinds of debt to private institutions, including national and international would-be purchasers. I believe the US government does not acquire such kind of debt, because it already has its own debt issue.