The main features of the English constitutional monarchy.

If we talk about the constitutional monarchy in England, then it should be noted that after the bourgeois revolution in the country absolutism was abolished, and the power of the king was limited by the constitution. The peculiarities of this form of government in England can be called the fact that the king actually did not have power, and all the power was with the parliament (legislative) and government (executive). The king himself was endowed only with purely representative functions and had no real influence in the country, but could only apply to parliament with an initiative.

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