Blended Monarchy

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A Blended Monarchy is a twist on the traditional monarchy. The monarcal powers of such a government are spliced into any other reconized form i.e. constitutional or representative. The countries constitution or supreme laws are in fact the "monarchy" in lieu of a physical person, emporer or family. A representative is selected, not elected, by either a parliment, congress, senate etc. to a term of representation that is determined by the laws of the land. Unlike a president, said persons powers under this form are absolute with checks and balance in certain key areas. This in theory, will prevent that person from obtaining absolute power.


Vote and Referendum

The people will have the ability to vote at certain levels as well have the ability to make changes to the law via a referendum. With the vote and referendum the population can have self-determination thus avoid other means of change to take place the government.