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    Yes to Constitutional Monarchy Canada is a constitutional monarchy; this means that the powers of the monarchy in Canada are limited by the Constitution. Our monarch is now Elizabeth II‚ who is also the Queen of the United Kingdom. As our Queen does not live in Canada‚ she appoints‚ under the advice of our Prime Minister‚ a Governor General to represent her authority in Canada. There is a great debate among Canadians‚ on if they really need a constitutional monarchy. The fact is Canada does

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    Constitutional Monarchy With the development of the society‚ the people’s minds have changed. During these years‚ people discuss a topic about abolishing constitutional monarchy. As for this question‚ voters choose whether to keep the King or not at parliament every day. Constitutional monarchy is a kind of political institution in which the king is regarded as head of the state‚ but he does not have political rights. He nominates premier and the premier manages the government. There are many countries

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    Constitutional Monarchies and the Netherlands Constitutional monarchies go by a few different names‚ absolute monarchy‚ kingship‚ limited monarchy‚ monarchical government‚ and also as queenships (New World Encyclopedia 2009). Constitutional monarchies do vary from one country to another‚ but there are a few characteristics that make them similar. The differences are mainly attributable to differing culture and circumstances. Legitimation‚ levels of authority‚ exercise of power‚ role‚ and responsibilities

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    Keeping the monarchy in a democratic society‚ is the same as using a quill in a school filled with pencils. Despite an immense amount of progress involving the Canadian government‚ there is an extensive problem disturbing the system. The constitutional monarchy puts a figurehead as the highest position and representative of our Country. As stated in the constitution‚ our Queen’s power is entrusted to the Prime Minister and other elected figures‚ which makes the democracy overpower the monarchy (“The Monarchy

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    government was a constitutional monarchy in which rulers were confined to the laws of the state‚ giving the people some liberties‚ best exemplified by William and Mary during the Stuart monarchial rule. Constitutional monarchy was successful in mainly in England because of the Magna Carta‚ which kept the king’s power in check. The other type was absolute monarchy‚ in which the king has power over everything‚ shown by the French under Louis XIV. Although these two different types of monarchies had some

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    England’s Constitutional Government The monarch does not get the final say in a constitutional monarchy. An example of a constitutional monarchy is the United Kingdom because they have a monarch and a parliament. The role of monarch gets passed down through generation‚ but has little to no power. The people get to elect some of the leaders who make the laws. In a constitutional monarchy‚ there are three roles the monarch who is the symbolic head‚ the people who elect the representatives‚ and the

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    The Japanese monarchy is one of the oldest monarchies in the world‚ and as of today it is a constitutional monarchy. In modern-day Japan‚ the monarchy is‚ according to the constitution of Japan‚ ‘a symbol of the state and unity of the people’. Unlike China‚ Japan‚ at least officially‚ has had only one dynasty since the beginning of time (Beasley‚ 1999). There is a pattern followed in China’s where each dynasty has a stage of empire building‚ a stage of power or glory‚ and finally‚ a stage of decline

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    More attention needs to be on the part that Monarchies have played regarding the evolution of Canadian democracy. Many Canadians tend to forget the importance of the Crown‚ though they are not to blame as it is a subject hardly heard of or spoken about in school curricula and media outlets. For five centuries‚ the Crown has been a symbol of strength in Canada. With an extremely stable and responsible government‚ the Crown’s involvement is disregarded and forgotten. According to many polls‚ majority

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    earliest civilizations were absolute monarchies‚ but today they seem to have disappeared. In an absolute monarchy‚ the ruler‚ or king‚ can do as they want‚ while the people have to follow all orders the king gives. The subjects‚ or people being ruled‚ in an absolute monarchy usually fear punishments from their leader. Leaders in an absolute monarchy have all the power‚ while the people have none. A Leader’s Capabilities A leader can do as they please in a monarchy. According to the Newsela article

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    Advantages of Monarchy

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    Advantages of Monarchy  Patriotism: Monarchs‚ by their very nature‚ are more patriotic than either Prime Ministers or Presidents. They hold great affection for their respective countries: a Prime Minister or President may be at the same post in other countries but Monarchs never have this conflict of interest. So‚ fundamentally‚ it is in the interest of any monarch to work towards greater patriotism. Every monarch makes a considerable contribution in the building of his or her nation. One who contributes

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