be against Dictatorship

Description of government

A Dictatorship is when one person or a group of people have total and utter control over a country or even a continent, everything even the laws come from that one person or group.

Who is head of this Government? what powers does he/she have? how is this person chosen?

A Dictator he/she is headed of this form of government and it's not always one person it could also be a group of people. He/she has all power over his space of ruling he/she even has power over the senate (if they have one) and other government offices. usually the senate elects or appoints the Dictator (or what ever form of office there is that rules under the Dictator).

The top 3 Dictators in the world that rule or have ruled.

Common Questions

How are laws made in a Dictatorship?

the laws are made by the Dictator and usually approved by a Legislative branch or a powerless senate (the powers under the Dictator approve or disapprove for the public)

or Dictator decides then tell his general and police force. and everyone who resists dies or never sees the light of day again.

and by voting they make it into a rule if it's alright with the Dictator.

What rights do citizens have? Can they vote?

No, no one but the Dictator has rights they may have personal rights but they have no political rights or powers. There is no voting either the Dictator is elected by the senate or an office that has power until they elect a Dictator but when the Dictator is elected all powers go to he/she.

Current Countries that are ran by a Dictatorship

Burma, Chechnya, North Korea, Sudan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Algeria, Angola, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bhutan, Cambodia, Cameroon, Chad, China, Congo (Brazzaville), Congo (Kinshasa), Cote d'Ivoire, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Guinea, Gabon, Iran, Kazakhstan, Laos, Russia, Rwanda, Saudi Arabia, Swaziland, Syria, Tajikistan, Tunisia, and Vietnam