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What are some names of nondemocratic countries?

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The names of some nondemocratic countries include the People's Republic of China, North Korea, Cuba, Kuwait, Vietnam, Laos, Brunei, Bahrain, Kazakhstan, Monaco, Jordan and Uzbekistan. Governments include republics, constitutional monarchies, absolute monarchies, theocracies and single-party movements.

The People's Republic of China is the world's largest communist state. As of 2014, its head of government is Li Keqiang, and its head of state is President Xi Jinping, with Li Yuanchao as vice president. They were elected by the National People's Congress in March 2013 for five-year terms. The National People's Congress also appoints the State Council.

North Korea is both a Communist state and a dictatorship ruled by one man. As of 2014, Kim Jong-un is the head of state.

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