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Q: Mexico has 31 states that are similar in structure to the U.S. states that must abide by national laws. Mexico is best described as unitary a federation parliamentary a confederation
A: Mexico is best described a a federation.
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User: Mexico has 31 states that are similar in structure to the U.S. states that must abide by national laws. Mexico is best described as unitary a federation parliamentary a confederation

Weegy: Mexico is best described a a federation.
innersource|Points 7435|

User: Some Americans prefer appointment of judges rather than elections because they believe appointment leads judges to be dependent on the other government branches costs less than if potential judges must run campaigns frees judges from the pressures of public support and re-election allows judges to focus on the will of the people in judicial review

Weegy: The answer is leads judges to be dependent on the other government branches.
aarongrutas|Points 54|

User: Americans who say voters are capable of selecting the most qualified judges believe that the information needed to evaluate the candidates is insufficient and difficult for the public to access fact of an election taking place raises public awareness and discussion of the role of the judiciary public will rely on the ideology and platform of judicial candidates based on their prior decisions special interest groups play a key role in assisting voters to choose among judicial candidates

Weegy: what is your question?
ambermendez|Points 40|

User: When Judge Sanders makes his ruling, he is expected to base his decision on the timing of elections will of the majority interpretation of law reports of the media

Weegy: When Judge Sanders makes his ruling, he is expected to base his decision on the interpretation of the law.
debnjerry|Points 48691|

User: People who see the United States as acting as the “World's Police” focus on U.S. policies that reflect isolationism imperialism interventionism internationalism

Weegy: People who see the United States as acting as the ?World's Police? focus on U.S. policies that reflect: C. interventionism.
andrewpallarca|Points 23614|

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