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What are the different forms of state monarchy and autocracy?
Merdeka.com - In this world, there are many countries with various forms of state. Starting from Indonesia which has the form of a republic, to the United Kingdom which has the form of a union state. Apart from that, every country must have a form of self-government.
What is the form of government? The form of government is a term used to lead to a series of political intituaries used to organize a country whose function is to enforce power in a political community. Now, we will discuss two examples of existing forms of government in the world, namely Monarchy and Autocracy.
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Monarchy is a form of government whose power is held by a king or emperor. There are two types of monarchical forms of government namely absolute monarchy, constitutional monarchy, and parliamentary monarchy. Absolute monarchy is a form of government led by kings, martyrs, queens or emperors. The power of the ruler is unlimited. There are several examples of countries that embrace this system, namely Brunei Darussalam, Saudi Arabia, and Swaziland.
Constitutional monarchy is a form of government led by a king, but its power is limited by certain constitutions or constitutions. Examples of countries that have embraced this system are Japan, Spain and Denmark. Finally, the parliamentary monarchy is a form of government led by a king, but the highest power is in the hands of the parliament. Examples of countries that have adopted this system are the Netherlands and England.
While the Autocracy system is a system of government whose political power is held by just one person. The word autocracy comes from the Greek language that is Autokrator which means to rule yourself. Wow, there are so many forms of government in the world that we don't know yet. How, very interesting right? [iwe]
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