Federal government

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A federal government or federal government is part of the executive power of a federal state . The term serves to differentiate such a government from the governments of the individual federal states or member states .

In the Vienna Final Act of 1820, the expression “Federal Government” appears for the government of one of the member states of the German Confederation , that is, for once not for the government of the federal state.

Federal governments today consist of:

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Wiktionary: Bundesregierung  - explanations of meanings, word origins, synonyms, translations