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This is a Constitutional Monarchy. Power is shared between the monarchy (king/queen) and representatives, usually a prime miniature. Power is hereditary, or passed down through a family's blood line. In a constitutional monarchy, several officials are elected by the people for a set amount of time. A constitutional monarchy is a mixture of a monarchy and a democracy. The responsibilities of the citizens is to vote for the representative
Those being governed are subjects. In a constitutional manarchy there are also elected leaders, usually called a leggislative assembly, gains power over time until the king or queen act more as a figure head rather that having any rel power. People often respect their leader because there is pride in the tradition and the monarchy usually works for the people. The people have the freedom of speech, assembily, religion, and the freedom to vote.
I have come to vote for the several people that will be placed on the grand council.
I constitutional monarchy is a mixture of a democracy and a monarchy. It is a democracy some what because the people are able to vote for several council members to be on the grand council. It is a monarchy some what because the rulers or "figure heads" are king and queens.
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