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2022/2023 POST-UTME SCREENING EXERCISE
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36. The reluctance of military regimes to hand-over power to civilian administration is because, they _____.
A. feel a sense of entitlement
B. perceive civilians and politicians as evil doers and backward
C. have the backing of traditional rulers, their subjects and the clergy
D. negotiate better loan terms for the country than the civilian government.
37. The following issues are some of the challenges the United Nations (UN) addresses except ______.
A. human rights
B. oligarchical regimes
C. humanitarian aid
D. climate change
38. The African Union (AU) is saddled with one of these challenges and that is ______.
A. weak labour force
B. absence of rich natural resources
C. tensions and political discord among member states
D. inter-ethnic extinction and poor social cohesion
39. he Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) is now confronted with a new security threat which is A. smuggling of illegal goods across states
B. Weak national armies
C. Proportional representation
40. The commonwealth of Nations is committed to one of the following principles ;
A. Human rights and democracy
B. Supervise political activities of member states
C. Draft constitution for member states
D. Finance budget of member states
41. Which one among the following is a significant factor that influences the foreign policy of a country?
A. Educational system
B. Political system
C. Gender of the political leader
D. Recruitment policy
42. The art of maintaining peaceful relationship between states, groups or individuals mostly come about as a result of the activities and functions of _____.
A. The media
B. The legislature
C. Security agencies
43. One of the formidable challenges the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) with is the _____.
A. Absence of a common platform for debate
B. arms race among member states
C. over reliance on foreign aid
D. Absence of technology transfer
44. The overriding consideration for the creation the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) was to place Africa on the path to ______.
A. military might
C. growth and development
D. capitalist governance
45. A democratic country is one in which the people have the right to _____.
A. participate in decision-making
B. disregard laws they abhor
C violently overthrow a government
D. punish government by not honouring tax obligation
46. A state that has two levels of government commonly referred to as _____.
A. cooperative government
B. federal state
C. concurrent state
D. coalition government
47. The cornerstone of a functioning democracy is the _____.
A. expenditure pattern of the executive
B. appropriation bill
C. foreign policy and military alliances
D. free and fair elections
48. Which of the following systems of government does not practise collective responsibility?
A. Cabinet system
B. Executive system
C. Non-Centralised system
D. Communalism system
49. A social, political and economic arrangement which landed property and other natural resources are collectively owned is referred to as _____.
50. A public declaration of policy and aims, especially one issued before an election by a political party or candidate is commonly called ______.
A. Policy paper
B. guide to governments
D. Steps to govern