Succession of any form of government is the process to select its ruler or people governing a nation. There are different methods of selecting a ruler namely, heritance(one family rules the nation), elective(leaders or rulers are selected by elections), a combination of both and sometimes neither of them. The type of succession in Democracy is Elective. And, it is Elective in Authoritarian. A parliament is a national legislature in many countries, that explains the system of functioning of the government. Parliament is present in Democracy and in Authoritarian parliament is Sometimes present. Constitution defines the principles and rules governing any political system. Constitution is present in Democracy and in Authoritarian constitution is Sometimes present.
And the way it works … is, over the years, a report will show up in a London newspaper, that will turn out to be spurious, turn out to be propaganda, whether started by us or a European intelligence agency—it’s not clear. This all happened, if you remember the Ahmed Chalabi stuff, during the buildup to the war in [Iraq], all about … the great arsenals that existed inside [Iraq]. The same sort of propaganda is being used now … that shows up over the years, over the last decade, in various newspapers. The IAEA would look at it, rule it [to be] a fabrication, or certainly not to be supportable by anything they know. All of these old reports … there were maybe 30 or 40 old items, with only three things past 2008, all of which … many people inside the IAEA believe to be spurious, not very reliable fabrications.