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How are states classified according to Aristotle?

States are classified into monarchies, aristocracies, timocracies, democracies, oligarchies and tyrannies.What are the characteristics of a federal government?A. a written supreme constitution in order to prevent disputes between the jurisdictions of the Federal and the State authorities. B. a distribution of power between the Federal and State governments. C. a Supreme court vested with the power to interpret the Constitution and enforce the law of the land remaining independent of both executive and legislative branches. What kind of a political form is a democracy?Democracy is a political form of government in which governing power is derived from the people, either by direct referendum or by means of elected representatives of people. How can public opinion be measured?It can be measured by polls and surveys.What is a benchmark poll?A benchmark poll is generally the first poll taken in a campaign. This is a generally short and simple survey of likely voters.What does the campaign message contain?It contains the ideas that the candidate wants to share with the voters. It consists of several talking points about policy issues. Which are the common types of election?Presidential election, general election, primary election, by-election, local election and co-option.Which are the important institutions of the EU?The European Council, the European Parliament, the Council of the European Union, the European Commission and the Court of Justice of the European Union.What kind of body is the Council of the European Union?The Council of the EU forms the other half of the EUs legislature ( the European parliament forms the first half). It consists of a government minister from each member state and meets in different compositions depending on the policy area being addressed. Who represents the executive and the legislative power and the judiciary in UK? The Qeen. Who are the backbenchers? Legislator who is a member neither of the gov nor of the opposition leadership. What is the Bill of rights? The first ten amendments to to the US Constitutional. How is the Minister of FA referred to in some countries? Referred to as the Minister for external affairs(india), Minister for external Realtions(brasil), Secretary of state( usa), Secretary of state for foreign and commonwealth affairs(uk). What is ministers executive function? To implement the foreign policy of the government and to manage its international relations. What is a diplomatic immunity?a general international standard by which ambassadors are not subject to the laws of the land in which they are serving. What kind of documents are credentials? Official documents proving that an ambassador has really been appointed legally.