Wangun pamaréntahan

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Wangun pamaréntahan iku istilah kang ngrujuk marang tatanan institusi pulitik kanggo nata nagara lan kakuwasan nagara liwat pulitik masarakat.[1] Padhanané antarané kalebu "jinis rezim" lan "sistem pamaréntahan". Dhéfinisi iki isih lumaku sanadyan pamaréntahan ora kasil sajeroning ngetrapaké kakuwasané. Tanpa ndeleng kwalitasé, sawijining pamaréntah kang gagal iku uga isih dianggep sawining wangun pamaréntahan. Gréja, prusahaan, klub, lan èntitas sangisoré tataran nasional liyané uga duwé wangun "pamaréntahan", ananging sajeroning artikel iki mung organisasi nagara kang didhiskusèkaké.

Wolulas nagara ign donya ora nyebutaké kanthi cetha wangun nagarané sajeroning jeneng resmi nagara (jeneng resmi Jamaica, contoné, mung "Jamaica" waé), nanging liyané duwé jeneng resmi kang mratélakaké wangun pamaréntahan, utawa saora-orané wangun pamaréntahan kang diperjuangaké:

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  1. ^ http://assets.cambridge.org/052184/3162/excerpt/0521843162_excerpt.pdf Kopstein and Lichbach, 2005

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