What are the features of English absolutism during the Tudor period?

The English absolute monarchy, formed by the end of the 15th century as a result of the destruction of feudal and the emergence of capitalist relations in the agricultural sectors, as well as the establishment of the power of the Tudor dynasty, had some distinctive features:

simultaneously with the strong power of the king, the parliament operates, conditioned by the common interests of the bourgeoisie and the new nobility;

the existence of local self-government remains for the same reasons;

there are few armed forces and a strong navy, due to the island’s geographical position of the country;

there is a Privy Council, essentially equating the state government with the appointment of members by the king himself;

along with the general courts, the so-called Star Chamber is created for ardent opponents of royal power with torture and cruel reprisals;

the subordination of the English church to the authority of the king is established.

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