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A.
In Russia the citizens only choose the head of government, but in Germany the citizens only choose the members of the legislature.

B.
In Germany the head of government is voted on by the citizens, but in Russia the head of government is chosen by the legislature.

C.
In Russia the head of government is voted on by the citizens, but in Germany the head of government is chosen by the legislature.

D.
In Russia, the citizens only choose members of the legislature, but in Germany the citizens only choose the head of government.

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Answer:

Russia has a Presidential Democracy  Russia elects a president as head of state and a legislature

Germany has  their chief executive that runs the country thats voted by people over the age of 18

so my guess it's B

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Lavern Kessler PhD
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