In Athens, there were 3 branches of government: legislative, executive and judicial. The supreme legislative body was the popular assembly, as in Sparta. However, in Athens, any citizen could put forward a bill at a meeting, and in Sparta, bills were prepared only by gerusia (a council of life-long elected gerons), and the national assembly only rejected or adopted their decisions. In Athens, they wanted to include as many citizens as possible in various government bodies. In no other city did the people have so many rights as in Athens.
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