How is federalism practised?

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How is federalism practised?

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  1. Answer: Federalism is a form of government in which authorities, like states or regions, are split between the center and its constituent parts. The institutional framework is structured to accommodate two sets of policies, one at the national or central level and the other at the regional or provincial level.

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