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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