Parliamentary monarchy

parliamentary monarchy - is a special form of government under which the real power, the constitutional and legal status of the autocrat greatly limited by constitutional provisions.Thus, the President reigns but does not govern.Parliamentary monarchy implies a formal presence at the rights of the monarch.Their right to veto laws autocrat or do not enjoy in practice or use that right in accordance with the instructions of the government.

parliamentary monarchy government assumes political responsibility for its activities to Parliament.If the last vote of no confidence or trust in the first fails, then the government will have to resign yourself or to dismiss the head of state.

Typically, parliamentary monarchy does not include self-employment autocrat (King).All his acts prepares and strengthens the government.Countersigned by the head of the government's acts or this or that minister.Otherwise, the regulations will not have legal force.

judicial power is exercised by independent courts, but the

activation of orders and executions carried out on behalf of the king.

But these facts should not be taken in a way that gives the parliamentary monarchy of King Institute purely nominal.Some autocrat detachment from the process of governing the country does not mean that its role in domestic politics is reduced to zero.In this case, we should remember the Spanish King Juan Carlos, who, as Supreme Commander, thwarted military coup in the country.Moreover, in some parliamentary monarchy (for example, in Thailand, Malaysia and others) heads of states have considerable powers and rights.

The state holds parliamentary regime or parliamentarism, provided that no single party has a majority in parliament, and the ability to form a single-party government.At the same time, wider than a coalition of parties, the more difficult it partners reach agreement on solving various political issues.Often when one party withdraws its representatives from the government, it loses its majority in parliament and forced to retire.

parliamentary monarchy today are considered much more common than the dualistic and absolute.However, in many cases, it is given only a tribute to the tradition that contributes to the maintenance of respect for the citizens of the state.Thus, the modern parliamentary monarchy have minor differences from the republics.At the same time there is also a kind of "interim government."Elective monarchy is a type of government, in which there is no automatic inheritance of power next monarch (after the withdrawal, termination of office or death of the former).In this case, the head of the country's real or elected formally.

should be noted that there is a parliamentary monarchy in a fairly developed countries.In these states the transition to the industrial system of agricultural came not accompanied by radical changes in existing institutions.To carry out a gradual adaptation to the new conditions.These countries should include the United Kingdom, Japan, Denmark, the Netherlands, Spain, Belgium, Canada and others.For these states characterized by the development division of power against the background of the recognition of the parliament over the executive power bodies, as well as, if not democratic, then, in any case, the liberal state regime.