Dictatorship

A command economy

What is dictatorship?

Dictatorship is a form of government where only one person or a group has hold on all political power.

What are some examples of a dictatorship?

One example that is still relevant today is the country Belarus. Belarus is run by a dictator named Alexander Lukashenko. One dictatorship that many people know is Adolf Hitler he was a dictator from 1933-1945.

Some other examples are:

-Iran

-Syria

-Thailand

-Zimbabwe

-Venezuela

Types of Dictatorship

Military Dictatorship

A military dictatorship is formed when a leader uses the military to obtain and remain in power. Under this form of government, a country's citizens to do not have the power to legislate and may experience an erosion of civil liberties.

Civilian Dictatorship

A civilian dictatorship is an authoritarian regime that is generally distinguished by rulers that are not military members, do not call themselves kings and do not have hereditary successors.

Command Economy

This is a system where the government, determines what goods should be produced, how much should be produced and the price at which the goods will be offered for sale.

Who makes the decisions in a command economy?

The government officials make the decisions in the command economy the people don't have a say.