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That guy ran away! What a coward!
In 1689, The Parliament decided that James II had stepped down from his throne and deserted his own kingdom.
Yeah! He stepped down and didn't even tells us!
He did what?!
I have a proposition. We need to have Mary and William of Orange to be the monarchs
Aw man! I can't change the laws now?
The Parliament was now in control. The monarch(s) in rule could not make changes to laws which were passed by the Parliament.
From The Parliament, The sovereign does not have the right to change any laws passed by the Parliament.To The Sovereign
From The Parliament, The sovereign does not have the right to tax citizens without a consent from The Parliament. To The Sovereign
The Parliament was now in control. The monarch(s) in rule could not tax the citizens unless the Parliament said it was okay.
Seriously? I can't even touch the taxes without telling those guys?
Yay!! No more weird and unusual laws! The Parliament is being so nice to us!
From The Parliament, We have decided to change the rules. Harsh bail money and fines will not be imposed.. Brutal punishments will also be eliminated. To The Citizens
The Parliament declared many principles and decided to change some of the rules. They decreased bail money and fines and eliminated unusual punishments.