QAHistory › What is the difference between unitary and federal government?
Q

What is the difference between unitary and federal government?

A

In a unitary system of government, the power of government is allocated to only one unit. In other words, there is only one central system of government in a unitary system of government.

In a federal system of government, the power of government is shared into different governing bodies -the local and national bodies, all of which relay information to those at the national helm of affairs.

In a unitary system of government, all the different states are governed by one ruler.

In a federal system of government, all the states are sovereign and granted the liberty to be self-ruled.

3 years ago
92 Views