constitutional monarchy

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constitutional monarchy

n.
A monarchy in which the powers of the ruler are restricted to those granted under the constitution and laws of the nation.

constitutional monarchy

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a monarchy governed according to a constitution that limits and defines the powers of the sovereign. Also called: limited monarchy

constitutional monarchy

a system in which the powers of a monarch are defined and limited by law.
See also: Government
Translations
konstitutionelle Monarchie

constitutional monarchy

nmonarchia costituzionale
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It had been a speech such as only constitutional monarchs deliver.
CONSTITUTIONAL MOARCHThe President would then sit above the fray like a constitutional monarch, unbothered by the hurly-burly of actual governance.
The country is a republic and don't have a constitutional monarch but the Royal family still exists and carries out public duties.
Constitutional monarch King Bhumibol Adulyadej swore in the ministers at Taksin Palace in Narathiwat.
The Prince ruled as a constitutional monarch while the country made the reforms necessary for its transition to a democracy.
He had refused to be a constitutional monarch and his reign was intolerable.
Bhumibol was Thailand's most influential political figure, despite technically being a constitutional monarch like the United Kingdom's Queen Elizabeth II.
Although a constitutional monarch, he wielded enormous political power and served as a unifying figure during Thailand's numerous political crises.
The Queen is a constitutional monarch and, as such, should remain politically neutral - but the rest of the Royal Family has been more outspoken in recent years.
As constitutional monarch she must keep mum on political affairs, and only rarely does she let her thoughts be known.
We boast we are the mother of parliaments and yet we have a constitutional monarch who was not elected and sits on her throne by an accident of birth.
An Emirati delegation plans to visit Bishkek in May 2015 to review possible visit of the Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates, and constitutional monarch of Dubai, Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, according to the Director General of the Dubai Protocol Department.

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