diarchy definition

  • noun:
    • national by two combined rulers.
    • a type of government in which energy is shared between two shared authorities.
    • a type of federal government where the supreme power is vested in 2 persons.
    • A government in which the administrator power is vested in 2 persons, as compared to both shared kings of Sparta or of Siam, or as with the actual situation of William and Mary of The united kingdomt. Also, erroneously, dinarchy.
    • a form of government having two joint rulers
    • Government by two combined rulers.
    • a type of government in which power is shared between two shared authorities.
    • a kind of federal government where supreme energy is vested in 2 people.
    • A government where the exec energy is vested in 2 individuals, as compared to both joint leaders of Sparta or of Siam, or as with the actual situation of William and Mary of England. In addition, mistakenly, dinarchy.
    • a form of federal government having two shared rulers

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