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What is the main difference between a federal form of government and a unitary one? Explain with an example.

NCERT Class 10th Social Science (Democratic Politics-II) Chapter 2 Federalsim



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The difference is,

The central government shares its power with different constituent units of the country in the federal form of government. For example, the power is divided between the State governments and the government at the Centre in India.

In the unitary form of government, all the power is handled by the only one government. For example, in Sri Lanka, the national government has all the powers. 

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