Translation:In my country, we have two governments.
Well, not possible in any healthy country. But in Libya there exist two competing parliaments, two governments and two Prime Ministers: one elected in June of last year and the old one, replaced by that elected, which was gathered by the libyan rebels who don't recognise the outcome of the elections.
Yes, Belgium has a federal, a Flemish, a German-language, a Walloon, a French-language and a Brussels government. (I may have forgotten or invented one.)
Legally, there is also a Dutch language one, but the Flemish and the Dutch language one have merged.
This isn't a contemporary example, but there was the dual monarchy of Austria-Hungary.
Similar with the US with its system of Federal, State, and county governments. Not the same, but similar on the bare bones of it.
Ankaŭ urba registaro (municipal government) kaj triba konsilio (Tribal Council, aka First Nations government), kaj teritorio registaro (Nunavuto, Jukon-teritorio kaj Nordokcidenta Teritorio)
I think Belgium has something like three governments. The walloon, the flemish and the central Brussels one. For example, you can pay taxes according to the laws of one government, but follow the educational system of the other, depending on where you live. I guess if there's a student from Belgium here, she/he could confirm if that's actually true.
Any country currently involved in civil war would have two governments.
Almost all countries have at least two. The US alone has thousands. A national, fifty state governments, hundreds of county govs, and thousands of local.
Really late response, but Bosnia and Herzegovina has two governments as well.
Actually it has like 14, not counting local governments. Such a waste of money. :D
It is not uncommon at all that three levels of government coexist in the same land: national, regional and local.
well hong kong and macau have the one country two systems, although i dont really know how that works
Actually an only partially successful coup could result in two governments in the same country, come to think of it.
I don't like the fact that in English we say we or you in a general sentence. I honestly prefer using 'one" as in In my country one has two countries. It makes more sense
There is a proverb in Persian which literally means two kings can't be included in a single homeland.