What are the three most important fundamentals of a country?
A country is a political entity, typically with its own government and citizens. The government of a country is responsible for making laws, providing services, and collecting taxes. A country's citizens have rights and responsibilities, such as voting in elections and obeying laws.
Fundamentals of a Country
Government: the organization that makes and enforces laws of a country. Citizenship: the legal relationship between a person and a country. Border: a line that separates one country from another.
What do you think is the most fundamental aspect of a country?
- A strong economy
- A well-educated population
- A stable government
- A fair justice system
The first national anthem of a country was the Wilhelmus of the Netherlands, written between 1568 and 1572. In Liechtenstein, there is no official national language, but German is the most widely spoken. In the United Kingdom, the national animal is the red kite, which is a large bird of prey found in England, Scotland and Wales.
Did you know?
What does it mean to be a citizen of a country?
What can you do to help ensure the success of the country you live in?
What are some of the rights and responsibilities of being a citizen of a country?