List the signs of a centralized state.

A centralized state, in principle, presupposes the unity of many organs of this entity. First of all, it presupposes the unity of the territory without any special loads in the form of internal customs. The unity of laws must be preserved, which are enforced on a mandatory basis throughout the territory of the state. Such a state has one combat-ready army for all. There is a unified vertical of state administration. Such a state has one treasury and one center in the form of the capital, from which the state is administered.

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