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Forma administrationis est terminus qui spectat ad institutiones civiles a quibus administratio cuiusvis civitatis ordinatur ut suas potentates super communitatem civilem contendat.[1] Vocabula idem significantia comprehendunt typus regiminis et formula gubernationis. Haec definitio est vera etsi administratio non potest suam potestatem contendere, quia administratio defecta iam est genus administrationis. Ecclesiae, societates, sodalitates, et aliae res non civiles habent formas administrationis, sed hic commentarius solum formam civitatum disserit.

Undeviginti mundi civitates in suis nominibus publicis non plane eorum administrationis formas nominant (publicum Iamaicae nomen, exempli gratia, est simpliciter Jamaica), sed plurimae habent nomen publicum quod suam administrationis formam denotat, vel saltem administrationis formam ad quem enituntur:

Nomen aliquando secernit unam civitatem ab alia; exempli gratia, nomen Prior Yugoslavica Respublica Macedoniana indicat disiunctionem inter hanc civitatem et vicinam Macedoniam, provinciam Graecam.

Tanzania tandem profitetur se cohaerere rempublicam coniunctam.

Formae administrationis. Click on map for descriptions below.

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