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The modern state of Saudi Arabia was established in 1932 by Abd Al Aziz Al Saud (Ibn Saud). This occurred following a 30-year effort to unify the Arabian Peninsula. The current leader of Saudi Arabia is Ibn Saud's son, Abdullah bin Abd al-Aziz. This is in agreement with the 1992 Basic Law of Government, which states that the country will be ruled by the male descendants of Ibn Saud. According to the information above, Saudi Arabia can be best described as having which type of government? A. parliamentary democracy B. absolute monarchy C. communist dictatorship D. federal republic
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@YoungStudier @Constanceleak
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HELP! pls
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B

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thx sis
Constanceleak
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in a monarchy the decendants rule
anonymous
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ok thx
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In Israel, the executive branch is led by the president and the prime minister. The president's role is mostly symbolic, and he or she has little power in government. The Knesset is the name of Israel's legislative body; it has powers such as passing laws, approving finances, and setting national policy. The Supreme Court is the highest body in the judicial branch; it hears appeals from lower courts, but it cannot strike down laws from the Knesset. Israel represents its citizens with a democratic government. Which of these government positions do Israeli citizens vote for? A. the chief rabbi B. judges in the Supreme Court C. members of the Knesset D. the president I think C
anonymous
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it is C
Constanceleak
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I think c is the answer too, try it
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oh ok
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What is a key difference between the government of Saudi Arabia and the government of Iran? Unlike Iran, a single individual has most of the power in Saudi Arabia. Unlike Iran, the citizens of Saudi Arabia have more power to participate. Unlike Saudi Arabia, the government of Iran is based around Islam. Unlike Saudi Arabia, the government of Iran has strong local governments
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@Spring98
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can anyone plssss
Spring98
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I think it is A. " Unlike Iran, a single individual has most of the power in Saudi Arabia."
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ok I'll try
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yay! your right thx
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your welcome!!! :)
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