5.02 Monarchies.docx - Royalty Ruled Overtime we have been informed of a monarchy being a political system based on the ruling commands of one

5.02 Monarchies.docx - Royalty Ruled Overtime we have been...

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Royalty Ruled Overtime, we have been informed of a monarchy being a political system based on the ruling commands of one individual. Each monarchy has royalty apart of their political powers for their state but there is a difference when it comes to the terms of the rights and the voice of the people. Stating with the Absolute Monarch, the rulers under this monarch are viewed as dictators because the people have no rights, and the one ruler has supreme or absolute power over their county. This position of power can only be hereditary while as for the constitutional monarchy, this position is given to an elected official. The hereditary member is usually a figurehead with no real political power because the decisions made about policy and economics are the responsibilities of an elected parliament. The First James I, known as the first King of England in 1603 who took power after Queen Elizabeth I died, Although the Tudors family always considered the English in their decisions, James I believed in the

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