Absolute Monarchy

Absolute Monarchy

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  • Make me lunch peasant!!
  • I cant decide. Its just to much.
  • An absolute monarchy is a form of government that gives the royal blood line all the power. The leaders are usually kings or queens.
  • People who live in these kind of countries have little to no rights. Some rights such as freedom of speech and press are taken away.
  • Its good to be king.
  • All the choices are left to the king. Which can be a good thing if it is a decision that no one wants to make.
  • There are still absolute monarchys today. One example is Saudi Arabia.
  • An absolute monarchy is an Autocracy. An autocracy is a when one person holds all the power.
  • Overall the ones who benefit most from this government are part of the royal blood line.
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