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The Federal System lies between the unitary and confederal systems of government.

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The Federal System lies between the unitary and confederal systems of government.

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Is federation a compromise between a unitary government and a confederacy?

Yes, a federalist government blends elements of unitary and confederate systems.


What is the difference between Confederation and unitary government?

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Is turkey federal unitary or confederation?

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Is israel a unitary confederation or a federal system?

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What is the major difference between unitary form of government and confederation?

A unitary government is a government that has full control of the territory, which is usually divided into provinces, states, etc. just to help with administration purposes. A confederacy is a group of independent states that come together for a few common purposes, such as defense. The individual states usually have their own laws and currency, and may have very different forms of government.


What is the the difference between a unitary government and a federal government?

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Which type of government is power centralized?

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