Autocracy

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Autocracy

A government system in which one person has complete and total power. While autocracy does not exist in practice, dictatorships often concentrate power in only a few persons.
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The Autonomous Republic of Ajaria, a monocracy located on Georgia's Black Sea coast with a predominantly Muslim population, remains in open confrontation with the Georgian Parliament and sustains close ties with Moscow.
We have widely broken loose from monocracy, and that is good.
With monocracy and the use of armed forces to punish partners, revoke agreements, accuse adversaries of sectarianism and terrorism, ignore the militias that assault and roam without being accountable and accuse certain states of supporting public moves; all this is a deviation of the political process the executive body is responsible for.