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[ Constitutions and Constitutionalism ]The essence of the United States of America's Constitution is that _____A. it is based on the concept that all men are created equal and are endowed with rightsB. the Supreme Court is the most politically powerful branch of government in the countryC. it is a peculiarly North American documentD. it protects black Americans at all times A B C D2. [ Types and Characteristics Of Government ]In a federal system of government, powers that are allocated to both Central and State governments are called _____A. exclusiveB. concurrentC. arbitraryD. copyrights A B C D3. [ Definition and scope of Government ]In the study of government, public administration covers the A. Army,. Prison Officers and the Police Force.B. Civil Service, Public Corporations and the Local Government. C. Ministries of Education, Health and Agriculture.D. Schools, Hospitals and Health Centres. A B C D4. [ Types and Characteristics Of Government ]In the parliamentary system of government, executive powers are vested in ______A. the PresidentB. ParliamentC. the Party in governmentD. the Cabinet A B C D5. [ Definition of Basic Concepts ]A major source of political power is A. election. B. force. C. influence. D. ombudsman A B C D6. [ Definition and scope of Government ]Government as an institution of the state is defined as a body which A. conducts elections for the country. B. makes, enforces and interprets laws for the state. C. hires and trains political leaders. D. makes and interprets laws. A B C D7. [ Definition and scope of Government ]All types of government perform all the following functions except A. providing welfare and developmental facilities.B. maintaining law and order C. encouraging the struggle for power D. encouraging trade with other states A B C D8. [ Definition of Basic Concepts ]Power is transferred into authority through A. force. B. legitimacy. C. judiciary. D. sovereignty A B C D9. [ Constitutions and Constitutionalism ]In general, constitutions are designed to provide _____A. legal remedies for all political problemsB. clear alternative to military take-overs of elected governmentsC. general arrangements, rules and national objectives within which political activities are conductedD. codes of ethics for politicians and punishment for those who break the laws of the land. A B C D10. [ Constitutions and Constitutionalism ]A constitution of any country is basically _______A. a mere piece of paperB. a guide to how the country should be governedC. a document stating how to acquire powerD. a document stating what the leaders should do A B C D11. [ Definition and scope of Government ]A government is said to be legitimate if it ________A. has the people’s mandate to rule. B. is not oppressive. C. provides social services for the people. D. accepts people’s criticisms. A B C D12. [ Definition of Basic Concepts ]Political authority is the A. legitimate right to exercise political power. B. ability to control political behaviour. C. right to participate in political campaigns. D. right to form political parties. A B C D13. [ Constitutions and Constitutionalism ]A constitution is federal if _____A. there is a division of powers between a central and a number of other component authoritiesB. it is unwrittenC. it is not unitaryD. the central and component units or authorities are co-ordinate and equal A B C D14. [ Definition of Basic Concepts ]The functions of the state are achieved through A. political socialization. B. separation of powers. C. organs of government. D. diplomatic means A B C D15. [ Types and Characteristics Of Government ]A cabinet system of government is practised in _______A. Britain and CanadaB. NigeriaC. The Soviet UnionD. all European countries including Britain A B C D16. [ Constitutions and Constitutionalism ]An unwritten constitution is one which ______A. is not subject to judicial reviewB. is only partially writtenC. is not written at allD. is made up solely of a set of conventions A B C D17. [ Definition of Basic Concepts ]A unique feature of a state is A. information. B. anarchy. C. organized laws. D. direct democracy A B C D18. [ Definition and scope of Government ]The study of government in school is important because the students can A. be assisted by political leaders. B. learn about their rights. C. qualifies for elections. D. be nominated for a trip abroad. A B C D19. [ Types and Characteristics Of Government ]Which of the following is NOT a characteristics of the parliamentary system of government?A. Ministers are usually members of parliamentB. The Prime Minister is politically responsible to the parliamentC. The Head of State is the most powerful organ of governmentD. The Head of Government may advise the Head of State to dissolve parliament A B C D20. [ Types and Characteristics Of Government ]In a parliamentary system of government, the head of government is usually ____A. the Head of StateB. selected from the upper chamberC. a graduate of a universityD. the prime minister A B C DHello , Good to know you finished before allocated time (10 Minutes) elapsed. You may wish to check on any missed questions using the previous button, otherwise, you may submit by clicking the submit button. Categories: 0 Comments Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.