Ancient history

Forms and Regime of Government

Monarchy :The power of government is concentrated in a single person, in this form of government the power is passed on hereditarily, and the inherent properties of sovereignty are conceived in the face of special powers, in addition to the existing tradition.

Oligarchy :Corresponds to a government regime linked to the control of a limited number of people and these enjoy a series of advantages due to their condition based on power.

Republic :In the Republic, the representatives of the people are elected by the people, directly or indirectly, the main characteristic of the Republic is to establish justice and the common well-being.

Aristocracy :They are centralized governments in the hands of a few people, being noble or not.

Democracy :In democracy, the representative is chosen by the people through voting so that he primarily ensures the popular will. Currently, democracy is divided into three powers:Legislative, Executive and Judiciary, which must be autonomous and harmonious.

Parliamentarism :In parliamentarism, decisions are more influenced by parliament, they are responsible for appointing a head of government and also a prime minister, so it is possible that the head of government is a president or a monarch.

Presidentialism :In presidentialism, the President and his ministers make up the Executive Branch, while federal deputies and senators make up the Legislative Branch and, finally, every judge and magistrate make up the Judiciary Branch. The aforementioned powers must control each other in a balanced way, the head of government in this case is the president.