What form of government is this?

The executive branch chooses the legislators to serve with the approval of the judicial branch and judicial branch with the approval of legislative branch. Executive branch can propose laws, but if the state governments veto the bill, the judicial branch can approve the veto and choose another leader of the executive branch.


And would this type of government work?

2 Answers

  • Jim
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    Sounds overly complicated. Question: Who does the executive branch appoint first - legislators or judges? Because if the executive appoints legislators first how can they be approved by the judicial if the judiciary hasn't been appointed yet?

    No, I don't think this will work. Where is the will of the people? Do they have any vote in who will serve in any of these branches?

  • 1 decade ago

    Authoritative Republic.

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