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A system of government in which one person usually a king or queen. The crown a Monarchy is usually inherited. The Monarch isn't in charge of the government the King or Queen is only in charge of the state. Whoever is the queen or king once they die they pass it on so one of their family members can be the king or the queen now. If no male is alive at that point they usually pass it on to a brother or a cousin or if they don't have a brother or a cousin then they older daughter.
Monarchy Government, How does it work?
Two countries that had or have a Monarchy government was the Bahamas and Zealand. The Monarchy government had Kings, and Queens, Princes and Princesses. They have all the power in the country for the whole time. I wouldn't like to live under this government because I wouldn't like to have the same family as the King or Queen because sometimes if I didn't like what that family believed then I wouldn't like it. I like the representative government where every four years you vote for someone new. Also, keeping the royal family cost us all. There are other British things that draw tourists to come to Britain.