23/04/2020Senior Class WAEC/NECO/UTME Mock Exams(Government) 1Comment by Gate Academy Please, fill out the information below to continue. NAME EMAIL PHONE NUMBER 1. A body of people and institutions that make and enforce laws for a particular society is calleddictatorshipgovernmenttotalitarianismdemocracyanarchy2. The separation of powers means the same aschecks and balancesthe rule of lawa presidential system of governmentnone of the abovesupremacy of the judiciary3. The citizens obligation areduties the individual imposes on himselfwhat the military decreeswhat the government orderswhat political parties demand of their memberswhat the law requires of the individual4. An electoral system is the system which governsthe appointments of judgesthe appointment of cabinet ministershow people votethe conduct of electionsthe appointment of the pope5. A constitution is federal ifthe central or component units or authorities are co-ordinate and equalit is not unitaryit is writtenthere is division of power between a central and a number of other component authoritiesit provides for a presidential system6. Under the Presidential systemThere is the principle of collective responsibilityThe president may come from any of the partiesThe states take instruction from the federal governmentThe party with the majority of seat forms the Executive7. The franchise isan order of the Courtthe right to votethe paper which a voter casts at electionnone of the abovethe receipt given to tax payers8. A system in which a few powerful and rich nobles own land which is hired out to the poor people to farm is calledSocialismCommunalismFeudalismCommunismCo-operatives9. A member of the commonwealth that still recognizes the british monarch as its Head of state isIndiaAustraliaGhanaSingapore10. Indigenous sovereignty in the Hausa/Fulani pre-colonial political system was visible in thesarkin RuwaEmirmadawakiwaziri11. The Judiciary isthe body that makes the lawthe body which enforces the lawthe body which interprets the lawan arm of the executivesa body of lawyers12. The Coussey commission report laid the ground-work for the eventual independence ofLiberiaSierra LeoneGambiaGold Coast(Ghana)Nigeria13. The legislative arm of government is alwaysthe body that interprets lawsthe highest organ of governmentthe cabinetthe parliamentthe body that makes laws14. One of the fundamental features of capitalism isThe elimination of all forms of competitionThe rule of the fewThe predominance of the public sector in the economyThe entrenchment of social rightsThat the major factors of production are privately owned15. Under the 1960 Independence Constitution of Nigeria, the highest court of appeal was theJudicial Committee of the Privy CouncilAppellate Committee of NigeriaCourt of AppealSupreme Court of NigeriaLegislative Council16. The atomic bomb test carried out around Sahara desert made Nigeria server relations withCanadathe United stateGermanyFrance17. Rights areclaims against the stateswhat are written in the constitutionclaims which the law allowsclaims against other individualclaims which are natural to men18. A major achievement of the OAU was thedecolonization of Africaestablishment of democracy in Africapromotion of developmenteradication of poverty19. A fascist regime is bothfair and legitimteauthoritarian and totalitarianresponsive and responsiblerepresentative and accountabledemocratic and constitutional20. The Nigerian-Cameroun crisis over the Bakassi peninsula occurred owing the interpretation of the treaty of 1913 and theMarouna Accorddecision of the ECOWAS tribunalresolution of the OAUdecision of the international court of justice21. A nation-state is synonymous with apolitical communitysovereign statedependent territorynation22. The major function of the civil service iskeeping records of the activities of the governmentpromoting the interest of civil servantsadvising government and implementing its policiesproviding relevant information on government23. The power to require and receive submission or acceptance of exercise of power without much physical or intellectual resistance that belongs to a socially recognized status ispolitical powerAuthoritydialoguepolitical authority24. One of the fundamental features of capitalism isthat the major factors of production are privately ownedthe elimination of all forms of competitionthe predominance of the public sector in the economythe entrenchment of social rightsthe rule of the few25. The Nigerian Clifford Constitution was divisive because it made provisions forlimited Franchiseunlimited franchiseAn Executive councillegislative Council26. The second military coup in Nigeria took place onFebruary 13, 1976July 29, 1975October 1, 1966January 15, 1966July 29, 196627. An unwritten constitution is one which governsnone of the aboveis not subject to judicial reviewsis made up solely of a set of conventionsis not written at allis only partially written28. An important advantage of creating more constituent units in a federal state is toenable ambitious politicians gain political powercurb the powers of the federal governmentmake the state gain more powerenhance the people's participation in government29. Delegated legislationhas advantages and disadvantagesmeans sharing responsibility between central and local government on a fifty fifty basisdecentralizes responsibility for law making subject to agreed controls from the centeronce decentralizes problems without providing suitable solutions30. Nigeria's voting at the United Nation is guided primarily byworld peacethe cold warher national ineresther concern for Africa31. Bicameral legislature existsTo provide jobs for more politiciansTo ensure that just laws are passedWhere two cameras are used to monitor court proceedingsTo prevent the concentration of power on legislative house32. Before colonial rule, Yoruba traditional rulers were appointed by the people acting through their representativeifa(oracle) priestthe OgboniOduduwaking makers33. A society which operates on the basis of roles or status is known asplural societysociety concretesociety abstractsociety atomistic34. Collective responsibility means thatministers must always show a sense of responsibility towards one anotherall ministers are collectively responsible to the Prime Ministerministers are collectively responsible to the parliamentministers must first clear their public statements on policy matters with the cabinet office before delivering themno minister may publicly criticize decisions made collectively in cabinet without first resigning35. A bill that applies to the whole population and is intended to promote the general welfare is calleda public billa decreean appropriation billan edicta private bill36. In the Pre-colonial Yoruba political system, the traditional rulers hadlaw making onlyjudiciary, executive and Legislative powerslegislative, religions, social and econ. Powerlegislative and Judicial Powers37. Nigeria supports the south-south cooperation as a foreign policy objective for mutual understanding amongAsian and Sub-Saharan African countriesdeveloping countriesnations south of the equatorSub-Saharan African countries38. Public opinion is important because itGuarantees people's freedom and rightsAllows Police to manage crisisTells government what action it must takeLets government know what the people wantMothers the minorities in resource lean areas39. On the basis of structure, apolitical can be classified as indirect ifit controls government directlyits membership is acquired through other groupsit contest election by proxyit campaigns for votes through agents40. Africans were first elected to the legislative council in British West Africa inNigeriaSierra LeoneThe GambiaGhana41. The first Pan African conference was held inNew YorkBrusselsManchesterLondonParis42. The public service commission (Nigeria) is responsible for the appointment of allcivil servantsuniversity teachersjudges of the high courtmilitary personnelofficials of public cooperations'43. One of these was in existence before the outbreak of the second world warThe Commonwealth of NationsThe League of NationsECOWASThe OAUThe UNO44. The most germaine element in modern policies areorder and violenceorder and conflictorder and laworder and concensus45. An association with common history, reasonably large population with common affinity, interest and living together but which does not owe its origin to the state iscommunitytribal groupssocietycountry46. Government as a discipline with dimension whose target markets are identified as "policies and services" is described asgovernment as science/ academic fieldgovernment as an institutiongovernment as an artgovernment as an activity47. The cabinet system of government is practised inthe united kingdomNorth Koreathe USAthe USSRthe people's republic of China48. Which of the following served as the secretary -general of the United Nations?Mohammed El-BaradaiIbrahim GambariJoseph GarbaJavier Perez de cuellar49. Traditional rulers were restricted to ceremonial rules by the local government reforms of196619871984197650. Ceremonial and executive powers are usually fused in aparliamentary system of governmentfederal governmentpresidential system of governmentunitary system of governmentdemocratic system of government51 out of 50Time is Up!