Parliamentary Monarchy

Parliamentary Monarchy

Parliamentary Monarchy

In relation to the parliamentary monarchy and constitutional law, Rainer Grote[1] made the following observation: A parliamentary monarchy is a political system where the function of head of state (heads of state and government) is vested in a hereditary or elected monarch while a government accountable to the elected Parliament exercises the bulk of the executive powers, determines national policies and oversees their implementation. The term 'parliamentary monarchy' is not used frequently in constitutional texts. Examples are the Constitution of the Kingdom of Spain which in Art. 1(3) proclaims the parliamentary monarchy as the 'political form' of the Spanish State (' (…)


Notes and References

  1. Max Planck Encyclopedia of Comparative Constitutional Law, Rainer Grote, “Parliamentary Monarchy” (2018, Germany, United Kingdom)

See Also

  • Supremacy
  • Heads of State
  • Heads of Government
  • Parliamentary systems
  • Monarchy
  • Totalitarianism


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