Differences And Similaritys Between The Roman Republic And The United States
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Both roman republic and United States have a tripartite system. That means the government is made up of three branches. The three branches are legislative, judicial, and executive
Both governments have the power to veto. Veto means "i forbid" in the United States only the president has the power to veto. In a roman republic only the two consoles have power to veto.
Both governments have a checks and balances system. That means no branch in the government can take all of the power
The legislative branches are different because in the United States we have a house of representatives and a senate ( congress). In a roman republic there is a sentence and a assembly
The legal codes are different. In a roman republic all laws are written in the 12 tables. In the USA we write our laws in a constitution.
Our judicial branches are different because in the USA we have 9 justices that serve for life, unlike a roman republic where there is 8 judges that serve for a term of 1 year
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