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GOVERNMENT

It is a group of people or constitution that direct the affairs of a country. They are put in place by people and it must possess political power. They maintain law and order in the society. STRUCTURE OF GOVERNMENT The structure of each arm of government depends on the operational systems of government in the […]

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ACHIEVEMENTS AND PROBLEMS OF THE UNO

PURPOSE OF THE AGENCIES To reduce international conflicts: The establishment of this agencies has helped to a very large extend in reducing international conflicts to the barest minimum. International interests: Another purpose for setting up these agencies is to integrate the interest of the various nations. To promote World peace: The establishment of these special

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SPECIALIZED AGENCIES OF U.N.O

Specialized agencies are bodies that are independent which exist under the umbrella of the U.N.O. These agencies are given special assignments which help U.N.O. to achieve its aims and objectives. The activities of these specialized agencies are coordinated and supervised by the min organ of the U.N.O. called the Economic and Social Council.   INTERNATIONAL

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AFRICAN UNION

The African Union was established on Monday 8th of July 2002 by African Heads of State in Durban South Africa. This marked the end of organization of Africa Unity (O.A.U) after 39 years of its existence. The formation of African Union (A.U) was initiated by Libyan leader Moamen Gadhafi, who first proposed it as a

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TIERS OF GOVERNMENT

TIERS OF GOVERNMENT Government is defined as an agency that carries out the functions or business of the state. It is an institution through which the state or country is ruled. The organs of government include the legislative (law making); the executive (enforcement of law); and the judiciary (interpretation of law). The three tiers of

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GOVERNMENT SS 1 SCHEME OF WORK

GOVERNMENT SS 1- FIRST TERM Political Concepts and Principles 1. Defining government: characteristic and functions of government 2. Government as a process or art of governing 3. Government as an academic field of study 4. Basic concepts: power 5. Authority 6. Legitimacy 7. Sovereignty 8. Democracy 9. Political culture and political socialization 10. Communalism 11.

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GOVERNMENT POST UTME (PRO)

GOVERNMENT POST UTME PAST QUESTION PRO (1) No Ads Display on Our Past Question Bank Pro (PQBP) (2) Get 2x more questions and answers (3) See all answers at the end of each question or/and examination (4) More questions and answers are added constantly (5) Use one membership level to access all Past Question Bank

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FOOD AND AGRICULTURAL ORGANIZATION

F.A.O. was established in 1945 and has its headquarter in Rome. AIMS AND OBJECTIVES Production of Food: It is mainly concerned with fighting hunger in the World by helping its members to grow more food. To improve the production and distribution of agricultural products to all parts of the World. Provide advice: It improves useful

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UNITED NATION ORGANIZATION

Origin of U.N.O The United Nation Organization came into being on October 24, 1945 as a successor to the League of Nations, which collapsed as a result of the Second World War. The formation of the U.N.O. was led by the victorious powers, which were United Kingdom, America, Russia and China. The United Nation has

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ORGANS, FUNCTIONS, ACHIEVEMENTS AND PROBLEMS OF COMMON WEALTH OF NATIONS

ORGANS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS OF COMMON WEALTH OF NATIONS The following are the organs of the Commonwealth of Nations and their functions. The Prime Minister’s Conference; the prime minister’s conference is the highest organ of the Commonwealth. This organ is composed of the Heads of State and government of member-states or their accredited representatives.  

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COMMON WEALTH OF NATION

COMMON WEALTH OF NATION The Common Wealth of Nation is a voluntary association of the independent Countries who were formerly British Colonies. It is made up of Britain and Countries that were at one point in time or the other British colonies. The United States of America, though a former British colony, is not a

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