Difference between revisions of "Parliamentary monarchy"

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A '''Parliamentary monarchy'' is a state headed by a [[monarch]] who is not actively involved in policy formation or implementation (i.e., the exercise of [[sovereign]] powers by a monarch in a ceremonial capacity); true governmental leadership is carried out by a [[cabinet]] and its head - a prime [[minister]], [[premier]], or [[chancellor]] - who are drawn from a [[legislature]] (parliament).
 
A '''Parliamentary monarchy'' is a state headed by a [[monarch]] who is not actively involved in policy formation or implementation (i.e., the exercise of [[sovereign]] powers by a monarch in a ceremonial capacity); true governmental leadership is carried out by a [[cabinet]] and its head - a prime [[minister]], [[premier]], or [[chancellor]] - who are drawn from a [[legislature]] (parliament).
  
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A 'Parliamentary monarchy is a state headed by a monarch who is not actively involved in policy formation or implementation (i.e., the exercise of sovereign powers by a monarch in a ceremonial capacity); true governmental leadership is carried out by a cabinet and its head - a prime minister, premier, or chancellor - who are drawn from a legislature (parliament).