What is the difference between a dictatorship and a republic?

Republic (translated from Latin “common cause”) – a form of government in ancient Rome, in which the highest power belonged to the people’s assemblies, the Senate, and elected officials.
Dictatorship is a form of exercising state power, in which all the fullness of state power belongs to one political position, belonging either to one person (dictator), or to a ruling group of persons (party, union, class, etc.).

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