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'''Direct monarchy''' is a state condition when a state has a Monarch as head of government but the head of government does not posses some power. Instead the people in a country with Direct Monarchy vote on all suggestions.
Direct Monarchy is a state condition when a state has a Monarch as head of government but the head of government don’t have some power. Instead the people in a country with Direct Monarchy vote on all proposals.  
The only country that have Direct Monarchy is [[Kingdom of Goldenstein]]

Latest revision as of 09:39, 10 January 2021

Types of government

Direct monarchy is a state condition when a state has a Monarch as head of government but the head of government does not posses some power. Instead the people in a country with Direct Monarchy vote on all suggestions.