Noun(1) a political system in which the supreme power lies in a body of citizens who can elect people to represent them(2) a form of government whose head of state is not a monarch
(1) It's at political moments like this that we, the citizens of a republic , should remember how important our written constitution is in determining our inalienable rights.(2) When Singapore became an independent republic , much of the land was held tinder Crown leases that were about to expire.(3) Federalists seized on the concept of an extensive republic in essays, public letters, and private correspondence.(4) Madison and the other Founders attempted to forestall democracy by devising a republic , the hallmark of which was the preservation of individual liberty.(5) America is a federal republic , with horizontal separation of powers among executive, legislature, and judiciary, and vertical separation of powers between the central government and the states.(6) The figure of Justice as a symbol of the chief virtue of the Venetian republic, or as a representation of the republic itself, also goes back at least to the trecento.(7) The Law Society of Namibia said this week that every citizen and resident in Namibia has the duty to respect the constitution, the offices representing the independent republic and the organs of the state.(8) Fifty years of civil war, a republic led by Oliver Cromwell, and the restoration of the monarchy.(9) But as the birth of the American republic so brilliantly demonstrates, the taxing power of the government is far from being unlimited.(10) It left slavery untouched until the Civil War but it put in place a representative republic with basic rights for its citizens.(11) The threat was no longer from aristocratic conspirators who wanted a republic or a Stuart restoration; rather, the governing elite, which was numerically quite small, faced the prospect of a mass democracy.(12) the community of scholars and the republic of learning(13) That happened because the United States is a federal republic , not a democracy.(14) In 1948 Czechoslovakia became a socialist republic , and from 1968 it was a federation of two states.(15) And as already mentioned, the reformers in Russia and some other former Soviet republics sought to reverse the decentralizing reforms of Gorbachev's perestroika.(16) Within Yugoslavian republics , colonial rule consisted of the centralized power of Serbia, while for Serbia, colonial rule consisted of the concept of the Federation itself with its manifold restrictions.
(1) federal republic :: weriniaeth ffederal
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Different Formsrepublic, republication, republications, republics
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