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    1. A is the highest-ranking official in a municipal government.

    2. often claim to have a solution for all the problems.

    3. The is called Minister of Finance (or Treasury Department) in many countries.

    4. Sir Winston Churchill was a British .

    5. tend to form parliamentary groups with members of the same party.

    6. A secret is a voting method in which a voter's choice in an election is anonymous.

    7. are usually designed to represent the opinions of a population by conducting a series of questions.

    8. The Government is composed of a and ministers.

    9. There are lots of meetings before an election.

    10. is the state of being a candidate.

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