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Q: In which type of dictatorship is power held by a single leader whose demands become law for entire country?
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In which type of dictatorship is power held by a single leader whose demands become law for the entire country?


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What role does a citizen have in dictatorship?

Do whatever the dictator says. In a dictatorship, it's basically a single man/woman who makes all the decisions for an entire country/nation. The citizens of that country/nation have no input whatsoever on the changes made.

Which type of government consists of a single self apointed ruler who holds political control over an entire country?

A Dictatorship

How one become a member of the European union?

First, you have to become an entire country.

Do citizens have power in a dictatorship?

no. the entire point of a dictatorship is for the leader to have absolute power over its citizens.

Is China a dictatorship?

Yes. China is a Leninist State, which means that is a dictatorship of an entire political party as opposed to a singular person or cadre of leaders. However, this still means that China is a dictatorship.

Which is more important the popular vote for a state or the popular vote for the entire country?

entire country

Who fought with Hitler?

The entire German army during his dictatorship along with the SS and the Gestapo and the SA in Hitler's early years

Where are possums found in NZ?

Sadly, the possum has become a national pest in New Zealand, and is found over the entire country in forests and woodlands.

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Australia is the only country in the world to occupy an entire continent

How does a dictatorship operate?

Dictatorship is the state of a government that is often called "totalitarianism". Bascially it's the idea that a single person, or a very small ruling elite rule an entire country and place great restrictions on personal and economic freedoms. As the word itself indicates, it is when a leader dictates what the people will and what they will not do. It is the governing power where no opposition is tolerated. Depending on how tight of a hold the government holds on the economy, it can govern where you will work, what you will grow if you are a farmer, or what you will sell as a shop owner. It can also govern what religion you may belong to and what schools your children will attend. It can even dictate how many children you may have, as the Chinese government does at present. In a dictatorship there are rarely any oppositional parties, if there are they are usually in name only. In summary, dictatorship, or totalitarianism is a single person ruling an entire country, keeping extremely close hold on both personal and economic freedom.

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