Michaela Herrera- Constitutional Monarchy
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Did you know that our current location being Great Britain is a constitutional Monarchy?
What is a Constitutional Monarchy?
If the King or Queen doesn't have power, then who has the power?
Great Britain is a constitutional monarchy.
What are some advantages of a Constitutional Monarchy?
A Constitutional Monarchy is when there is a King or Queen present but they have no real power. They just serve as a figurehead.
What are some disadvantages of a Constitutional Monarchy?
In a Constitutional Monarchy the Prime minster has power but he is part of the government.
What are some examples of a Constitutional Monarchy?
Some advantages are the Monarch does not get all the power and the people have an actual government.
Some disadvantages of a Constitutional Monarchy is the people don't directly vote for their leader and sometimes the Royal family has more money than they would need in Four lifetimes.
Some Examples are Great Britain , The Netherlands, Spain, and Sweden.
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