Q:100 My name is James and I am from Australia. The leader of our country is Prime Minister Kevin Rudd. He was selected by the legislature as he was the leader of the party with the majority votes. We have a monarch but we are a democracy. What type of democracy do we have?
Q:200 Today is election day in my country. I wish I could vote, but I am not yet 18. There are two candidates running. I am not sure who will win, it all depends on who gets the majority votes. Everyone’s vote carries equal weight. What type of democracy do I live in?
Q: 300 My country is ruled by a small group of wealthy Europeans. They have access to virtually all the educational and trade opportunities. We have elections but there is only one candidate. I am black, and majority of the people in my country are blacks, but we are not allowed to vote. The power in my country rests in the hands of a few powerful people. What kind of government do I live in?
Q: 400 My name is Andre. The leader of our country took over our country using military force. As citizens, we are not allowed to leave the country. Most people do not like the government, but have no choice. We are afraid to say anything against the government as we might be imprisoned or even executed. What type of government do I live in?
Q: 500 On December 3, 2008,our Queen, for the 56th time took part in a beautiful, colorful ceremony. This ceremony is very important, as it signals the start of each new session of our government. It is also the most important because it brings together the three elements of the legislature (the House of Commons, the House of Lords and The Queen). The ceremony therefore represents monarchy in our government.