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Noun Concept
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Crowned republic  Ceremonial monarch  Ceremonial monarchy  Crowned republics
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A crowned republic is an informal term that has been used to refer to a system of monarchy where the monarch's role may be seen as almost entirely ceremonial and where nearly all of the royal prerogatives are exercised in such a way that the monarch personally has little discretion over executive and constitutional issues. Wikipedia
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A crowned republic is an informal term that has been used to refer to a system of monarchy where the monarch's role may be seen as almost entirely ceremonial and where nearly all of the royal prerogatives are exercised in such a way that the monarch personally has little discretion over executive and constitutional issues. Wikipedia
Form of constitutional monarchy where the monarch's role is ceremonial Wikidata
A form of constitutional monarchy where the monarch has a ceremonial role and little or no input into governmental and constitutional issues. Wiktionary