Talk:Absolute monarchy

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"An absolute monarchy is a country that is ruled by a hereditary monarch, with little or no democratic or other forms of limitation to his powers. " An example for an absolute monarchy in Europe is the Vatican City, where the monarch, i.e. the pope is elected... So, being hereditary isn't necessary for the existence of an absolute monarchy. DiEb 12:12, 1 August 2008 (EDT)