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* {{icon|max absolutism}} {{red|−50}} Maximum absolutism
 
* {{icon|max absolutism}} {{red|−50}} Maximum absolutism
 
| {{desc|Venetian Government|The Most Serene Republic of Venice employs a complex and convoluted system for electing officials to public office. A series of secret ballots appoints 41 electors, who then each cast a vote into an urn. A single vote is extracted from the urn, and the man whose name is written on it becomes the new Doge. The system attempts to combat electoral corruption and ensure a fair vote.|image=gov_trading_city}}
 
| {{desc|Venetian Government|The Most Serene Republic of Venice employs a complex and convoluted system for electing officials to public office. A series of secret ballots appoints 41 electors, who then each cast a vote into an urn. A single vote is extracted from the urn, and the man whose name is written on it becomes the new Doge. The system attempts to combat electoral corruption and ensure a fair vote.|image=gov_trading_city}}
* {{flag|Venice}} start with this government type, replaces Plutocracy.
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* {{flag|Venice}} start with this government type.
 
* Features [[Election events#Lottery election|Lottery election]] mechanics.
 
* Features [[Election events#Lottery election|Lottery election]] mechanics.
 
* Rulers are for life.
 
* Rulers are for life.

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