Central Government - Examples of (non-federal) Central Governments

Examples of (non-federal) Central Governments

There are many countries which have delegated powers, some include:

  • People's Republic of China government - see Autonomous areas of the People's Republic of China
  • Denmark government - see the autonomous regions of Faroe Islands and Greenland
  • France government
  • Republic of China government
  • Georgia government - see autonomous republics
  • India government
  • Soviet Union government - see Republics of the Soviet Union
  • Spain government - see autonomous communities
  • Sudan government - see South Sudan, which is now independent
  • Portugal government - see autonomous regions of Portugal
  • Ukraine government - see, the autonomous Republic of Crimea
  • United Kingdom government - devolved powers to governments of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

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