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Both allow citizens to vote for members of the legislature

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Ayush P Patel

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thomas hobbes is most closely associated with which principle
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that's what i'm saying

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all are correct for u aplus cheaters haha =D

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you mean all are incorrect?

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They both are a type of democracy.

The people also elect their government leaders.

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In parliament democracy, the head of state is a member of the legislature. In a presidential democracy, the head of state us directly elected by citizens-Apex

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1.both are a type of democracy

2.in both the people are elected by their own government leaders.

3.both of them have a head in their government .None of them is without a head.

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none of these (A+)

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