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theredhead1617

  • 3 years ago

In a Constitutional Monarchy, the Monarch, such as the Queen of England, has the final authority on all major political decisions. (Points : 1) True False

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  1. IanK16.
    • 3 years ago
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    False

  2. marcoduuuh
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    Exactly, that would false, the Queen being the top of the "food chain" would have the most power in England.

  3. IanK16.
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    Shes just a figure head. She has little real power

  4. marcoduuuh
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    Yeah, that would be another case. I think the Queen could be manipulated a lot by her family.

  5. IanK16.
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    Well parliament takes care of most of the political and foreign affairs. The royal family doesn't really have the same power as they used to.

  6. marcoduuuh
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    So that would be like Congress am I right?

  7. theredhead1617
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    The European Union was established so European nations could trade together without so many restrictions. (Points : 1) True False

  8. IanK16.
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    @marcoduuuh, yea pretty much.

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