A country or a state is referred as a socialistic country, if the country has stated itself as a socialist country in its constitution. Historically, most of the countries in the present world were operated and administered under a social government for long time, but these countries have never adopted socialist government as a political system.
By definition, real socialism is always referred as democracy. Most of the capitalist countries feature themselves as democratic institutions, but the entire political power of the country lies in the hands of wealthy and rich people within the country. The main intention of implementing socialism is to prioritize the human needs and eradicate the profit motive that leads to ecological war and raises inequalities among the populace in terms of gender, race and sexuality.
The infographic highlights few countries that operate a socialist government:
China with a population of 1,353,821,000 is the largest socialistic country. The National People’s Congress is its deliberative assembly that passes and amends laws pertaining to the country.
A resident of Venezuela country is often referred as Venezuelan and with a total population of 28,946,101, Venezuela stands next to China on the list of top socialistic countries. The country’s GDP (PPP) is $396.848 trillion and it follows different government types that include Federal Republic, Presidential System, Constitutional Republic and Federation.
Syria, Zambia, Sweden, North Korea and Cuba are few other countries that show off themselves as socialistic countries.
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