Government Types Comic


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  • I am going to go vote for the elected officials in control of the government.
  • This is the palace the monarch lives in.
  • I am the King. I only have partial control of the government.
  • This country is a constitutional monarchy. An example of a country with this government form is the U.K.
  • Only people in my family can become the monarch.
  • An advantage of a constitutional monarchy is the citizens get to elect the officials who have the most control of the government.
  • A lot of money that could be spent on citizens is spent on the royal family.
  • Constitutional monarchies have a King/Queen that is mostly symbolic and has little power in how the government is run
  • The monarch helps balance the way power is distributed.
  • I have some power in the government so the elected officials are not too powerful.
  • A disadvantage of this government type is the citizens have no choice in who the monarch is, the monarch must be in the royal family and there is nothing citizens can do to change who the monarch is.
  • A disadvantage is a lot of the country's money goes towards the monarch and the royal family instead of going to things that benefit citizens.
  • An advantage of having a monarch is although the monarch is mainly symbolic, they still have some power, which stops the elected officials from having too much control over the government.
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