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  1. 10/02/2021 · The authors define as semi-constitutional monarchies ‘systems in which the actions of monarchs are circumscribed by a constitution, but in which monarchs, as inde- pendent and autonomous political actors, nonetheless have the capacity to exert a large measure of political influence’ Corbett et al. (2017, p. 691).

  2. 06/10/2020 · The aim of the present study is to study to what extent the occurrence of semi-constitutional monarchies, i.e. democratic regimes in which power is shared between a prime minister and a monarch,...

  3. These systems bear more resemblance to semipresidential systems than to parliamentary ones and therefore the label semi constitutional monarchy is used to denote them. Since there is no place for a powerful hereditary monarch in a democratic system it is not surprising that the number of semi constitutional monarchies has been quite limited in the world.

  4. A constitutional monarchy converts a previous absolute monarchy into a kind of republic that still has a monarch and a hereditary aristocracy but the monarch has no executive or legislative powers. A semi-constitutional monarchy is rare but in theory the monarch loses a lot a power but retains some function in the government.

  5. View Constitutional monarchy - Wikipedia.pdf from ECONOMICS 123 at Philippine Normal University. Constitutional monarchy The three constitutional monarchs of the Scandinavian kingdoms of Sweden,

  6. · 2y Can't speak for the OP, but for me "semi-Constitutional" is meant to be a half way point between constitutional and absolutism. So while there is a government system that most in the modern world would recognize, it would also give a good amount of actual power to the monarch. 2 Continue this thread level 1 Trooper5745

  7. A monarchy, from the Greek μονος, "one," and αρχειν, "to rule", is a form of government that has a Monarch as Head of State. A distinguishing characteristic of most monarchies is that the Monarch usually reigns as Head of State for life; in a republic, the Head of State (often called the president) is normally elected for a certain amount of time.