The Articles of Confederation only had one branch of government, The legislative branch, their government didn’t include a judicial or executive branch. The legislative branch only had a few powers, and basically didn’t do much, and there wasn’t a judicial system nor did they elect or have a President.
In both types of government, every state is represented when it comes to voting for things like new laws, or a new President, but both documents had a different way of representing these states.
Both documents gave each government certain powers to help with running the country. The types of powers that were given to the states and the country were very different coming from both documents.