There are 5 main kinds of government, monarchy, dictatorship, aristocracy, republic and last but not least the democratic government. In today’s society, some countries prefer to select a non-democratic form of government. Here are the top 10 non democratic countries.
The democratic form of government is believed to be the suitable one from a human rights point of view. Many of the countries listed don’t respect certain human rights by choosing a form of government that denies and abolishes certain rights that anyone should have.
The country has been going through a translational government for years now. Supposedly running under military dictatorship, the country is viewed as an authoritarian state, ruled by a large group of wealthy people. Libya liberated itself from Italy in the year 1951 and since then has had many political parties but none of which were democratic and neither have they managed to for a stable and permanent government yet.
Having a history of exercising the dictatorships a form of government in the past, under Dictator Saddam Hussein, the country has faced war during the last years and is struggling to establish a form of government that would allow the people to fulfill their desires and live without the fear of war. Until them the country is living on nothing stable and also a war similar to a civil one has been going on inside the country itself.
The income and the economical growth are controlled by a powerful group of people as the country is a Communist State. Cuba is knows for its human rights violation habits between the people and the aristocrats. Normal citizens are sometimes viewed upon as slaves.
7. NORTH KOREA
Japan had occupied North Korea before the world war 2 but the alliance between the two stated was ended along with the war. North Korea was separated from Japan in the year 1945 and since then the governmental power has been in the hands of the Korean worker’s party. The positions in the party are passed on generation by generation. The government is described as being a socialist one.
Having a Parliamentary system, the form of government is a monarchy, the power being exercised by the King. The current king Abdullah II of Jordan is also in charge of the army.
5. SAUDI ARABIA
Being one of the richest countries in the world, the people have chosen the monarchy as a form of government and the entire power belongs, again, to the King. Every province has its own governor, but the king commands over all 13 of them. Next to line to the thrown is the crown Prince and he is also chosen by the king to be second in command.
The country is considered to have a democratic and presidential form of government but insiders tell the story of authoritarianism, the entire power belonging to non other than the presidential administration. Turkmenistan is also being described as a Republic despite the fact that the representatives don’t represent the people at all and don’t act in their interest.
Syria is recorded as being a Republic and that the people themselves run the government. Despite this, the real administration is that of dictatorship. The states’ legislative branch is ruled by the People’s Council.
Currently having a translational form of government, the people fought desperate to have a stable and solid form of government but with no success. The country has faced war more than once. The type of government in Afghanistan is technically Islamic republic, which means that the people decide the fate of the country and that their actions are influenced by the Islamic laws.
In China, the entire political, military, social and also economical power belongs to none other than the Chinese communist party. Thus the form of government is a communist one and as the economy of the country is blooming, the people are restricted from having certain Human rights. Freedom of expression for example is banned in China as the citizens of the country cannot be independent.