2017/2018 WAEC Expo Runz Government Objective and Theory Questions And Answers

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[12/04 8:00 am] Naija Communications: 2a)  Rights can be defined as those inalienable (natural) rights and privileges enjoyed by the citizens of a given state, which are usually stated in the constitution of the country
[12/04 8:00 am] Naija Communications: 1a) What is Legitimate Government? 
1b) Outline any four features of legitimacy. 
2a) What is rights? 
2b) outlineNaijacomms.com four limitations on the rights of citizens.
[12/04 8:00 am] Naija Communications: 1a)Legitimate government is the givernment  in which democracy provides properly planned institutions, practices for its fuctioning such as free and fair elections, and tranparency in decision making.
[12/04 8:00 am] Naija Communications: 4a)
simple Majority system is a system of voting requirement of more than
half of all ballots cast
4b)
i)Representatives can get elected with small amounts of public support, as the size of the winning margin is irrelevant:
ii)It encourages tactical voting, as voters often vote not for the candidate they most prefer, but against the candidate they most dislike.
iii)It is regarded as wasteful, as votes cast in a constituency for losing candidates, or for the winning candidateNaijacomms.com above the level they need to win that seat, count for nothing.
iv)It can severely restrict voter choice. Parties are not homogenous and do not speak with one unified voice. Parties are more coalitions of many different viewpoints.
[12/04 8:00 am] Naija Communications: 2a)
Rights can be defined as those inalienable (natural) rights and privileges enjoyed by the citizens of a given state, which are usually stated in the constitution of the country
4a)
simple Majority system is a system of voting requirement of more than
half of all ballots cast
4b)
i)Representatives can get elected with small amounts of public support, as the size of the winning margin is irrelevant: 
ii)It encourages tactical voting, as voters often vote not for the candidate they most prefer, but against theNaijacomms.com candidate they most dislike.
iii)It is regarded as wasteful, as votes cast in a constituency for losing candidates, or for the winning candidate above the level they need to win that seat, count for nothing.
iv)It can severely restrict voter choice. Parties are not homogenous and do not speak with one unified voice. Parties are more coalitions of many different viewpoints.
[12/04 8:00 am] Naija Communications: (5)
i)provision of capital.
ii)employment of qualified personnel
iii)improved conditions of service
iv)political autonomy
v)probity and accountabily
[12/04 8:00 am] Naija Communications: 9a)
foreign policy Plan of action adopted by one nation in regards to its diplomatic dealings with other countries. Foreign policies are established as a systematic way to deal with issues that may arise with other countries.
9b)
i)Size.
In the first place the size of a state’s territory as well as it’s population greatly influences its foreign policy.
ii)Geography.
The geography of a country, including its fertility, climate, location inNaijacomms.com relation to their land masses, and water-ways etc. also influence the country’s foreign policy.
iii)Culture and History.
The cultural and historical traditions of a country also deeply influence the foreign policy.
iv)Economic Development.
The stage of economic development which a country has attained also has its impact on its foreign policy.
[12/04 8:07 am] Naija Communications: 4a)
simple Majority system is a system of voting requirement of more than
half of all ballots castNaijacomms.com
4b)
i)Representatives can get elected with small amounts of public support, as the size of the winning margin is irrelevant:
ii)It encourages tactical voting, as voters often vote not for the candidate they most prefer, but against the candidate they most dislike.
iii)It is regarded as wasteful, as votes cast in a constituency for losing candidates, or for the winning candidate aboveNaijacomms.com the level they need to win that seat, count for nothing.
iv)It can severely restrict voter choice. Parties are not homogenous and do not speak with one unified voice. Parties are more coalitions of many different viewpoints.
[12/04 8:08 am] Naija Communications: =marvis official ===============================
1a)
legitimate government is aNaijacomms.com government
generally acknowledged as being in control of a
nation and deserving formal recognition , which
is symbolized by the exchange of diplomats
between that government and the governments
of other countries .
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2a)
Rights can be defined as those inalienable
( natural ) rights and privileges enjoyed by the
citizens of a given state , which are usually
stated in the constitution of the country
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4a)
simple Majority system is a system of voting
requirement of more than
half of Naijacomms.com ballots cast
4b)
i ) Representatives can get elected with small
amounts of public support , as the size of the
winning margin is irrelevant :
ii ) It encourages tactical voting , as voters often
vote not forNaijacomms.com the candidate they most prefer,
but against the candidate they most dislike .
iii ) It is regarded as wasteful , as votes cast in a
constituency for losing candidates, or for the
winning candidate above Naijacomms.com level they need to
win that seat , count for nothing.
iv ) It can severely restrict voter choice . Parties
are not homogenous and do not speak with one
unified voice. Parties are more coalitions of
many different viewpoints.
[12/04 8:08 am] Naija Communications: *(5)*
i)provision of capital.
ii)employment of qualified personnel
iii)improved conditions of service
iv)political autonomy
v)probity and accountabily
[12/04 8:08 am] Naija Communications: 9a)
foreign policy Plan of action adopted by one nation in regards to its diplomatic dealings with other countries. Foreign policies are established as aNaijacomms.com best expo site systematic way to deal with issues that may arise with other countries.
9b)
i)Size.
In the first place the size of a state’s territory as well as it’s population greatly influences its foreign policy.
ii)Geography.
The geography of a country, including its fertility, climate, location in relation to their land masses,Naijacomms.com and water-ways etc. also influence the country’s foreign policy.
iii)Culture and History.
The cultural and historical traditions of a country also deeply influence the foreign policy.
iv)Economic Development.
The stage of economic development which a country has attained also has its impact on its foreign policy.
[12/04 8:09 am] Naija Communications: 1b)-Political parties is Naijacomms.com to contest election and control the government while pressure group is to influence government policies and pursue the interest of the members
– Political party is organized to reach everybody in the society,  not self-seeking while pressure group are basically self-seeking and not organized to reach everybody in the society 
[12/04 8:09 am] Naija Communications: 1b)-Political parties is to contest election and control the government while pressure group is to influence government policies and pursue the interest of the members
– Political party is organized to reach everybody in the society,  not self-seeking while pressure group are basically self-seeking and not organized to reach everybody in the society 
– Political parties organise themselves into rallies, Dena tree s, lectures, seminar etc. They are capable of projecting their ideologies in order to win more followers while Pressure group when  the have successfully influenced the government, with their aims achieved  ceased to exist
-Political parties tends to accommodate virtually different interests in the society in terms of membership while Pressure groups do not accommodate different groups in the society 
-Candidates from political parties are to contest elections with the aim of being in government and ruling the people while Pressure groups candidates contest election cut the leadership of their groups or unions and not for the people……

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