Traditional Government

Some articles on traditional government, government, traditional:

Palauan Cuisine - Culture - Traditional Government
... The present day traditional government of Palau is a direct continuation of the ancient traditional government, composed of practices that span thousands of years ... In the traditional government, Palau is divided geographically into different categories ... but now with the advent of modernism and a federal government, there is no need for such safeguarding ...
Palauan Cuisine - Culture - Society
... marriage, inheritance, and the passing of traditional titles ... The Palauan people take their traditions very seriously and the traditional government still holds a great deal of influence over the nation's affairs ... In fact, the traditional government has held so much influence, that the federal government has made many attempts at limiting its power ...
Anishinaabe Nation In Treaty No. 3 - Traditional Government
3 is the traditional government of the Nation ... Fort Frances), the Anishinaabe national government met each spring, relying upon abundant spawning runs of sturgeon and stored supplies of manoomin, maple sugar and Indian corn." Traditionally, "Anis ... Traditional values featured a distrust of excessive power and an emphasis upon consensual, rather than representative, democracy." The Midewiwin Society ...

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