Systems of government


In almost all nation-states, government power is excersized through two main levels: national, and regional. A region would be like a state for the United States. Power is distributed differently through national and regional depending on the type of government system. There are three main types of governments: Unitary, Federal, and Confederal.

How are these systems of Government different?

Unitary- National government has more power than regional governments.

Federal- National government has equal power with regional governments.

Confederal- Regional governments has more power than the national government.