What is tribal rule?

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Tribal rule refers to the type of government in societies that do not have or live by a national government. A tribe is described as a society that is largely organized on the basis of kinship. Tribes organize links between families and provide them with a basis for solidarity. Contemporary tribes, unlike pre-state tribes, generally have weak leadership and no standing army. In some countries, such tribes have been granted legal recognition and limited autonomy by the state.
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