14/10/2019 Tutor Test (Government) 0Comments by Gate Academy Welcome to your Tutor Test (Government) You have 10 minutes to complete the test of %TOTAL_QUESTIONS% questions. Instructions 1. Answer ALL Questions. 2. Make sure you are prepared before you start the test. 3. Make sure you have a steady internet connection. 4. Do not attempt to reload the test page once you begin. 5. Fill the text field below with your correct details before you begin Full Name Email Address 1. A fascist regime is bothDemocratic and constitutionalFair and legitimaterepresentative and accountableAuthoritarian and totalitarianResponsive and responsible2. In the Pre-colonial Yoruba political system, the traditional rulers hadjudiciary, executive and Legislative powerslegislative, religions, social and econ. Powerlaw making onlylegislative and Judicial Powers3. The ratification of the appointment and dismissal of an Emir in the pre-colonial Fulani Empire was done by the Emirs ofBornu/YolaKano/KatsinaIlorin, Pategi and LafiagiSokoto/Gwandu4. . Rule of Law refers to situation in whichLaws are supremeThe judiciary is independentParliament makes lawsLawyers are the rulers5. A nation-state is synonymous with anationdependent territorypolitical communitysovereign state6. In parliamentary system, who ensures that members are in the house to vote on major issues?Clerk of the HouseSpeaker of the HouseParty leadersWhip7. Which of the following terms is different from the others?TotalitarianismConstitutionalismAuthoritarianismDictatorshipFascism8. A bill that applies to the whole population and is intended to promote the general welfare is calledA private billAn edictA public billAn appropriation billA decree9. In a parliamentary system of government, a Bill is almost certain to be passed after thefifth readingfourth readingthird readingnone of the abovesecond reading10. According to the Marxist theory, those who own and control the means of production in a capitalist society areShareholdersBourgeoisieColonialistsExploitersWorkers11. Delegated legislationmeans sharing responsibility between central and local government on a fifty fifty basishas advantages and disadvantagesonce decentralizes problems without providing suitable solutionsdecentralizes responsibility for law making subject to agreed controls from the center12. The principle of two levels of government in a country is calledfederalismthe parliamentary systemnationalismdictatorship13. The federal constitution which concedes to the component units the right to secede is that ofthe former Soviet UnionBrazilthe united statesAustralia14. Ceremonial and executive powers are usually fused in aDemocratic system of governmentParliamentary System of governmentFederal governmentUnitary system of governmentPresidential system of government15. Indigenous sovereignty in the Hausa/Fulani pre-colonial political system was visible in thewazirisarkin RuwamadawakiEmir16. The administrative head of a public corporation in Nigeria is thechairmansecretaryboard of directorsmanaging director17. Before colonial rule, Yoruba traditional rulers were appointed byIfa oracle prieststhe people acting through their representativesthe Ogbonikingmakers18. A social system in which power is derived from control over land is calledFeudalismWelfarismSocialismOligarchy19. The philosophy and fundamental laws of a country are contained in itsManifestoDecreesConstitutionEdictsParty programme20. A body of people and institutions that make and enforce laws for a particular society is calledTotalitarianismDemocracyAnarchyGovernmentDictatorshipYou've successfully completed your test. Submit below Time is Up!