[ fˈɛdəɹəsɪz], [ fˈɛdəɹəsɪz], [ f_ˈɛ_d_ə_ɹ_ə_s_ɪ_z]
How to use "Federacies" in context?
Federalism is a system of government in which the division of power between central and local governments is established by a pact or agreement among the respective levels of government. The term, first used in English in the mid-17th century, comes from the Latin word federa, meaning "a band or alliance." There are three types of federalism: unicameral, bicameral, and parliamentary. In a unicameral system, the legislature is unicameral and there is no division of powers among the branches of government. In a bicameral system, the legislature is divided into two chambers, each of which has some power.
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