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Re: Possible Constitutional Dispute brewing in Liechtenstein
Posted by Dag T. Hoelseth on 17/2/2012, 20:28:33, in reply to "Re: Possible Constitutional Dispute brewing in Liechtenstein "
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: Yes even in that horrid example. The people
: a democratic country will have to face up to
: and are accountable for the consequences of
: their democratic choices (good and bad
: The monarch can show his or her disaproval
: of any law especially one that is so horrid
: by abdicating. That is the final and
: ultimate stance a monarch can make.
: That's not a "monarch"; that's a
: Such countries have a republican
: constitution with an honorary presidential
: figure chosen on an hereditary basis.
: That's not a monarchy.
: People can have different opinions about
: whether such a political system is a good or
: bad thing. But it's ridiculous to describe
: something as a monarchy where the
: "sovereign" isn't sovereign, but
: merely hands out awards.
Well, there can hardly be any monarcies left if one should follow your defintion...
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