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a confederal state allows member the right of?

a confederal state allows member the right of?

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3 months ago

A confederation (also known as a confederacy or league) is a union of sovereign states, united for purposes of common action often in relation to other states.
The deliberations in common will offer no violence to the sovereignty of each member'.
One of the features of a confederation is that the central government is usually weak while the component units are rather strong. The powers that are delegated to the central government are usually fewer and less serious.
Under a confederal arrangement, in
contrast with a federal one, the central
authority is relatively weak. Decisions
made by the general government in a
unicameral legislature, a council of the
member states, require subsequent
implementation by the member states to
take effect.
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