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The ultimate authority in a state is


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The ultimate authority in a state is

Options

A) sovereignty

B) power

C) influence

D) legitimacy


The correct answer is A.

Explanation:

Sovereignty is the ultimate authority in a state. It should be noted that sovereignty is absolute power of the state to exercise supreme legal authority over its own affairs within its territory without any form of external control.

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  • Sovereignty is the ultimate authority in a state. It should be noted that sovereignty is absolute power of the state to exercise supreme legal authority over its own affairs within its territory without any form of external control.

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