The Spanish constitution has a similar clause, but it is not applied when the King is abroad. King Felipe has been absent in Japan for a week and no regent has been appointed.
Except Denmark and Sweden, any other monarchy where a regent is appointed when the monarch is abroad?
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: Crown Princess Regent? Is it necessary to
: appoint a regent when the King leaves the
: country like in Denmark?
: I have read the Swedish constitution and I
: have only found: " The Head of State
: shall consult the Prime Minister before
: undertaking travel abroad".
: Maybe I have not read it in another article
: or the requirement is in another law.
: If you read the following clause you will
: "If the king or queen who is head of
: state are prevented from conduction their
: duty, the member of the royal house -
: following the line of succession - who is
: not prevented will be appointed Temprary
: Guardian of the Realm to conduct the duties
: of the head of state.
: If you are abroad, you are
: "prevented" according to this.
: The Crown Princess chaired the Foreign
: Affairs Council before the events:
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