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  • one year ago

is a parliament the same thing as a constitution, but for other countries?

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  1. muscrat123
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    i think it is. im talking about a constitutional monarchy

  2. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    no. a constitution is a written document of the core beliefs of a group of people. a parliament is the same thing as the US congress. it's a group of politicians in charge of helping to run the country and make or revise laws

  3. muscrat123
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    that doesnt really make sense. ill post the actual question

  4. muscrat123
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    although the nation has a king, the laws are made and enforced by the parliament. what form of government operates this way? who is in charge of the parliament? what is the king's job?

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    i think it is a constitutional monarchy @gahoolianowl

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    plz help

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    Yes, it's a constitutional monarchy. An example would be England

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