JEWS FOR JUSTICE
The scatter of political systems in different states varied from a theocracy (secular and spiritual power in one person), authoritarianism (centralized power of one person or party), totalitarianism (total control of the state over all aspects of the country's life), democracy (from the Greek word "democracy" collective decision-making, in other words, the subordination of the minority to the majority, given the votes cast.) The political structures of states could sometimes intertwine, forming amazing alliances. Constitutional monarchy (Britain), elective monarchies (Malaysia and Cambodia). The electoral college periodically elects rulers. There are many constitutional monarchies today.