In this quiz, we will be discussing citizenship. We shall be more focused on the government, the various types of governments, and their hierarchy. To be a good citizen means we should know and have an understanding of our respective governments. No need to bother because this quiz has that covered.
Citizenship can be defined as the relationship between an individual and a state. In this state, the individual owes allegiance, and in return, receives protection. A citizen of a country has some rights and responsibilities (also known as duties) put in place by the government.
A government is a group of people with the authority to govern or rule a country or state. They are the ones responsible for maintaining the effective progress of state affairs.
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Local governments are commonly known as what?
What are the names of those who run councils?
Which of these is NOT a local government?
Who is the head of Parliament?
What is MP short for?
Reporters are allowed in the House of Commons during debates. Where do they sit?
What is a motion put before a Parliament by the opposition in the hope of defeating or weakening a government?
The Prime Minister chooses ministers for important Government departments. What do these ministers form?
Which one of these is NOT one of the four Great Offices?
The leader of the party that won the General Election is known as what?
What must you be to earn the title Lords Spiritual?
'Suffragette' derives from the word 'suffrage'. What does suffrage mean?
Parties publish a booklet outlining promises and plans if they are elected. What is this booklet called?
At what age can you vote in a General Election?
Where do you go to place your vote?