As of 2014, an example of an unlimited government is North Korea. In the past, other examples of this form of government were Germany under Adolf Hitler and the Soviet Union under Joseph Stalin's rule. An unlimited government is one in which one person or a group is in complete control.Know More
A totalitarian system is a type of unlimited government. Other forms of unlimited governments can include authoritarian systems, dictatorships and military juntas.
The difference between an unlimited and a limited government is that a limited government has checks and balances that control the powers of people in authority, meaning those who run the government. The United States is an example of a limited government in which Congress and the president must follow laws established by the U.S. Constitution.Learn more about Types of Government
North Korea is one of the clearest examples of a totalitarian government operating as of 2014. Other countries with dictatorships and authoritarian rule, such as Cuba, Syria, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan and Belarus, could also be considered totalitarian governments.Full Answer >
The Democratic People's Republic of Korea, known more commonly as North Korea, is a communist state and a dictatorship. Chief of State Kim Jong-un and Premier Pak Pong-ju oversee federal government matters from the nation's capital, Pyongyang. While Pak Pong-ju is head of the nation's government, Kim Jong-un leads the National Defense Commission of North Korea.Full Answer >
The U.S. government is one of the best examples of representative government in the world. Most Western countries have representative governments.Full Answer >
Countries that are communist as of 2014 are Cuba, North Korea, Vietnam, China and Laos. China's communist system is tempered somewhat because it allows private entrepreneurship. Still, the state controls the country's heavy industry and is ruled by the Communist Party of China.Full Answer >