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This needed shift from a unitary to a federal system of government is possible and achievable if we have visionary leaders who are selfless enough to put the Nigerian people first before their personal aggrandisement.
Senator Sirajul Haq said there is no threat of dictatorship in an Islamic system of government as Islam opposes subjugation.
Another 69% of respondents admitted little awareness of the proposed federal system of government, he added.
In a survey conducted by Social Weather Stations from March 23 to 27, 57% of respondents who stated that they had knowledge about federalism agree with the adoption of a federal system of government, while only 22% did not support its adoption.
The June 24 vote marks Turkey's transition to an executive presidential system of government, doing away with the prime minister's post, among other changes.
He said the release of the survey is 'very encouraging' since it showed a 'very high' number of people who are undecided on whether they favor or not the federal system of government.
system of government in 2008 and 41% saying they were satisfied with government size and power.
However, as a concerned South Sudanese citizen, I am now convinced that the best solution to end the current conflict and ensure lasting peace in South Sudan is to introduce a Confederal System of Government in south Sudan.
Hitler never tired of repeating that he was voted into power within the German democratic system of government.
Over the past decades, each proposal to reform the country's system of government was met with resistance from critics and it was turned into a personal issue by targeting the plan's supporters rather than the idea itself.
Dr Amir Ali Chandio shed light on the historical developments of federalism and also discussed its modern shape and future and said that federalism is a system of government in which entities such as states or provinces share power with a national government.
The obvious point is that any system of government is open to abuse.

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