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Rome was considered a republic because

Heather Maxwell

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Deborah Edwards on November 8, 2018

Because the citizens voted for some of its executives is the correct answer. At the time the democratic government was organized in Greece, which also emerged in the city of Rome. In the Roman empire, the influence of the noble or patrician class (which are held all positions in the Roman Senate) was examined by the system of the Consulate. The main members of the Consuls were elected periodically by the Roman citizens. Therefore, the Romans established a republican government, where the elected representatives ruled in the name of the people.

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