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Constitutional Monarchy

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Carter McCarthy

on 6 June 2012

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Constitutional Monarchy is a system of government in which the laws in the constitution limit the monarchs These are the countries that have a constitutional monarchy. The Bahamas, Canada, Jamaica, Japan and the Netherlands. To become the queen or king you must inherit it. This is done by either being the oldest boy in the family or being the oldest daughter if there is no boys. Once they have been appointed as queen or king they have to rule for life. Once they have been appointed as queen or king they have to rule for life. In an absolute monarchy, the ruler can pass laws without a parliament. A constitutional monarchy is a form of government in which a monarch acts as head of state but still follows the rules of the constitution. Most of the monarchies in Europe are constitution monarchies, which means that the monarch does not influence the politics of the state. The disadvantage of a constitutional monarchy is because power is handed through family lines, it would be difficult to remove a weak or mean ruler. The advantage of a constitutional monarchy is the fact that the king or queen is usually backed up by parliament or a government that makes the rules and does most of the work of running the country. The disadvantage of a constitutional monarchy is because power is handed through family lines, it would be difficult to remove a weak or mean ruler. Yahoo.com
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Mr.Church Constitutional monarchy Most of the Most of the monarchies in Europe are constitutional monarchies, witch means that the monarch does not influence the politics of the state.
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