G. Presidential Democracy

    Presidential democracies are kind of like parliamentary democracies but it has some differences. For example, the citizens vote for the leader and representatives and the parliamentary democracy's citizens only vote for the representatives and the representatives vote for the leader. But basically presidential democracies are where the citizens can vote for the leader and representatives. Also you can criticize the government and you have freedom of speech and press. Furthermore, they can vote for for their leaders and representatives.   

~Presidential Democracies~
Quick Summary:
  • Citizens vote for president
  • Citizens vote for representatives
  • citizens have rights that other governments don't have
  • Not the same as Parliamentary Democracy!

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