A is he correct answer
The executive branch in a parliamentary government draws its power directly from the legislative branch.
a prime minister is elected as party leader in a parliamentary democracy.
Explanation:the president,who is popular elected,appoints the prime minister
D) While the president is directly elected by the people in several Latin American nations, in Canada, the prime minister is selected by other elected officials within the government.
Most Latin American states have a presidential system. The president is elected by direct suffrage, that is, he or she is elected by the vote of the people. The candidate that wins is the one that gets a majority of the vote (the winning percentage may vary according to each constitution).
Canada is a parliamentary democracy. The prime minister, who is the head of the government and the person with most power, is elected just as other members of Parliament. Because he is usually the leader of the party with a majority in the chambers, he is chosen as the prime minister.
it is B
B- "The legislature of the national government should hold all political power. It should also be responsible for the election of the prime minister."
A unitary parliamentary republic refers to a unitary state with a republican form of government that is dependent upon the confidence of parliament.
The parliament has All the power.
parliamentary, prime minister
THE ANSWER IS A
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