Kurdistan no Lesotho yes Puerto Rico no Vatican City yes Kosovo no Serbia yes

Kurdistan no lesotho yes puerto rico no vatican city

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Kurdistan - no
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- Lesotho - yes - Puerto Rico - no - Vatican City - yes - Kosovo - no - Serbia - yes - Scotland - no - Taiwan - no - Texas - no - Right - keep traditions, political and economic power should be given to the powerful (rich) people, pro big business, government get out of economy - Left - Liberate people, free!!, respect the rights of all individuals, keep government out of individual lives, but wants a stronger central government to help achieve their goals - Mosty divided by social issues - Further left - everything is more equally distributed by the government (welfare, education, whatever) - Further right - less individualism, less freedoms, government get out of economy - Extreme left - total freedom, liberations, no laws, everybody equal (government serve people) - Extreme right - Unlimited power in the hands of a few or just one person, cannot challenge their authority or power (people serve government) States #3 - Extreme left: little to no government control, power in the hand of everyone (anarchy) - Extreme right: complete government control, power in the hands of a few until it’s just one - Anarchy: there is no anarchic state on the planet, no state chooses to have no government - Communism is slightly righter than anarchy: we associate it with dictatorship but it isn’t - Communism is both a political and economic system, equal political and economic power - It has always failed horribly: the government who holds all the power before they give it to the people never actually give it back (Stalin) - There are no communist states on the planet (communist in name only) - Slightly Righter: DIRECT democracy, every citizen votes on every law directly - Communism and democracy are very close on the political spectrum (Switzerland is the closest to direct democracy) - Representative democracy is slightly righter than direct democracy, most democracies are some form of this. We vote in the people who then vote on our behalf - Now on the right side: one party states that have the illusion of elections and choice but in reality there is only one choice (Egypt) - 2016 update: Mubarak forced out of office in Egypt in 2011, democracy flourished for 2 years then el-Sisi becomes the new one party leader
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