Q. 14.5( 11 Votes )

In federalism, different tiers of government have their own jurisdiction, mention areas regarding which they have their own jurisdiction.

Answer :

Federalism is a form of governance which revolves around power sharing between a general government at the centre (federal government) with regional governments (provincial, state, cantonal, territorial or other sub-unit governments) in a single political system. And the tenets of this power sharing is usually outlined in the constitution. The different tiers govern the same people, but each has their own jurisdiction in specific matters of legislation, taxation, and administration as mandated by the constitution.


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