Monarchy

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Shreya Pendyala

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  • Did you know that they call our style of government and anarchy?
  • I have no power for any laws. I am a head of the royal family.
  • There is a form of government, usually a democracy.
  • Monarchy, a form of government, was very popular style in the medieval times, though it is still around today.
  • Please do no make this mistake...
  • There are two forms of monarchies. One type of monarchy usually has a king or queen, or both, and they have absolute power. This type is call an absolute monarchy.
  • I have decided this. This is how it's going to be.
  • There is a form of monarchy that consists of king or queen as well, but they do not have absolute power, rather they are a national figure of royalty and nothing more. This is called a Constitutional Monarchy.
  • There usually some advantages and disadvantages of a style of government. An advantage of a monarchy includes that the ruler is not chosen but passed down the royal family, which is good because the family can give good advice and learn from prior mistakes.
  • A disadvantage is that since there is one absolute leader who decides all, they might make non-agreeable decisions.
  • An example of both these types of monarchies include Saudi Arabia and the UK. Saudi Arabia is an absolute monarchy and the UK is a constitutional monarchy.
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