Characteristics Presidential Government?


In a presidential system of government an executive branch is led by a person who serves as both head of state and head of government. In this system the executive branch exists separately from the legislature. The president is usually elected.
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The basic characteristic of having a Presidential
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The main characteristic of a confederate form of government is the placing of power in the hands of regional or state governments instead of in the hands of a central government.
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