Modern Day Monarchies

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Something that is interesting are monarchy governments. Monarchies are a type of government where there is a single person dictating what happens, either a queen or a king. Modern day monarchies are vastly different from the monarchies of earlier times. Modern monarchies have become more democratic and the power that the king or queen would have is now divided up between other people and organizations. For example the Queen of England would have ruled over everything from agriculture, to foreign affairs, to warfare, but now the workload and her power is split up between her, the prime minister, ambassadors, and many others making the Queen more ceremonial figure than a figurehead with power. A monarchy is a type of government that has since become outdated and most countries have change their monarchy style of government completely or they have made their government more of a democracy while maintaining the royal family as a ceremonial figurehead with the powers of the queen being split up and given to others.
Another thing that is interesting is the way
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