how is the president in a presidential democracy like the prime minister in a parliamentary democracy?

A. They are both in charge of the legislature.

B. Each leader is elected directly by the citizens of the country.

C. They are both in charge of the military and the day-to-day operations of the country.

D. Each leader is elected to serve for a fixed term, which cannot be changed by the legislature.​
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debbyappiah497 6 months ago
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Answer:

C.

Explanation:

In many cases, the president is elected as both the head of government and the head of state. This is in contrast to some parliamentary governments where the head of state separate from the head of government and plays a largely symbolic role.

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