Bi-Executive Constitutional Monarchy
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A Bi-Executive Constitutional Monarchy or BCM for short, is a governmental system in which a Monarch and a Prime Minister or other executive figure collaborate in order to pass legislation. The monarchy holds significant power in the Executive, Legislative, and Judicial branches of government and is a chief commander in the national army. Because of these reasons, a Bi-Executive Constitutional Monarchy is on a political level, halfway between a absolute monarchy and a constitutional monarchy. This term was coined by HRM King Jesse I of the Kingdom of Mivland.