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United State and Colombia: two different form of governments Both the Unite State and Colombia those two counties had many differences and similarities in their forms of government, as all governments have an official form. Colombia has a system of government very similar to Unite States. The United States It is a constitutional republic and representative democracy, just as The Republic of Colombia. However, there are many differences and similarities between the two countries in their forms of government. One difference is the party system. Unite State of America have two-party system, Democratic Party and Republican Party; it is exceedingly rare that a third-party candidate manages to win a seat, and it never takes long before the seat goes back to the two parties. By contrast, in Colombia there are multi-party systems with three main parties, However, The constitution of 1991, in order to increase the participation of more people in politics, promoted the end of bipartidism making easy to create new political parties. Another difference between Colombia and the United State is how the name their cabinets members. The cabinet is the accumulation of ministers or secretaries of a government which run a country. Each minister will have their own areas of responsibility, but will formally meet to discuss their problems and overall policies of the government. The United States calls its cabinet members "secretaries", this is divided into 15 cabinet departments that set policies and oversee programs affecting every American. Unlike Colombia use the title of "minister”, actually, there are 16 cabinets of advisors to the President of Colombia; however, they will make decisions collectively on some issue.

In spite of these differences, those two countries also share mutual form of government. Both, for example, use the same eligibility to elect president. The Constitution sets the principal qualifications one must meet to be eligible to the office of president. A president must be a natural-born citizen of the United State, also be at least thirty-five years old and have been a permanent resident in the United States for at least fourteen years, the same as Colombia. The president and vice president serve a term of office of four years after being elected.

In conclusion, Both the Unite State and Colombia have mostly different from of government in many ways, but there are also similarities. Although they share the same system of government, but they are significant differences between the two countries.…...

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