Monarchy - 1) The form of government in which the supreme power is vested in one person - monarch (king, king, emperor, the Duke, Archduke, the Sultan, the Emir ...) and usually hereditary monarchy
-. 2) is a form of government in which the source of power is God (autocracy) or the carrier itself of state power (samavladtva), and the base power are its moral authority in society and tradition, whereby hereditary power and neadrynvanaya. (Also, the monarchy, one of the oldest forms of governance.)

Contents 1 Types 2
monarchies monarchies of modern Europe

2.1 2.2 Asia 2.3 Africa

2.4 Oceania
2.5 Commonwealth
2.5.1 Commonwealth Kingdom
America Oceania
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monarchy absolute monarchy - the monarchy, assuming almost unlimited power of the monarch. When the absolute monarchy government or other authorities are responsible only to the monarch as head of state, parliament and in some cases non-existent or is only an advisory body to the monarch (king, king, etc.)
Constitutional monarchy -. Monarchy, with which power of the monarch limited by the constitution. When constitutional monarchy real legislative power is vested in Parliament and the executive - the government. Constitutional monarchy exists in two forms: dual monarchy and parliamentary monarchy
Dual Monarchy (Latin: Dualis - dual.) - a constitutional monarchy in which the monarch's power is limited by the constitution, but the monarch formally and effectively retained extensive power
parliamentary.. monarchy - constitutional monarchy in which the monarch performs its functions purely nominal. When a parliamentary monarchy government is accountable to Parliament, which holds a formal rule to other organs of the state
theocratic monarchy -. Monarchy in which political power is vested in the head of the church or religious leader
monarchy modern
absolute monarchy, with unlimited. the power of the monarch's constitutional monarchy in which the monarch belongs to the legislature a constitutional monarchy, in which legislative power is vested in parliament member States of the Commonwealth of Nations, which recognize as the nominal head of the British monarch State Monarchy - regions (areas with monarchical control, which are not independent states and are part of the state to control the shape of nemonarhicheskogo)
The lists presented monarchy on January 1, 2012. Separate list presented dominions - the monarchy - the former British colony, where the head of state is the Queen (King) of Great Britain
Andorra -. Co-princes Francois Hollande (from 2012) and Joan Enrique Vives-and-Cecilia (c 2003)
Belgium - king Albert II (1993)
Vatican City - Pope Benedict XVI (2005)
United Kingdom - Queen Elizabeth II (since 1952)
Guernsey - Duchess Elizabeth II ( 1952)
Jersey - Duchess Elizabeth II (since 1952)
Isle of Man - Lord Elizabeth II (since 1952)
Denmark - Queen Margrethe II (since 1972)
Spain - king Juan Carlos I (1975)
Liechtenstein - Prince Hans-Adam II (1989)
Luxembourg - Grand Duke Henri (since 2000)
Order of Malta - Prince and Grand Master Fra 'Matthew Festing (2008)
Monaco - Prince Albert II (2005)
Netherlands - Queen Beatrix (1980)
Norway - king Harald V (1991)
Sweden - king Carl XVI Gustaf (since 1973)
Bahrain - king Hamad bin Isa al Khalifa (since 2002, the emir in 1999-2002)
Brunei - Sultan HasanAl beams (1967)
Bhutan - king Jigme Khesar Namgyal Wangchuck (since 2006)
Jordan - king Abdullah II (1999)
Cambodia - king Norodom Siam They (2004)
Qatar - Emir Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani (since 1995)
Kuwait - Emir Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah (since 2006)
Malaysia - King Tuanku Abdul Halim Muad Shah (since 2011)
Johor - Sultan Ibrahim Ismail (2010)
Kedah - Sultan Tuanku Abdul Halim Muad Shah (1958)
Kelantan - Sultan Muhammad Faris Petra (2010)
Blacks -Sembilan - Yang di-Pertuan Besar Muhryz Tank (2008)
Pahang - Sultan Ahmad Shah (1974)
Perak - Sultan Azlan Shah (1984)
headed - raja Tuanku Syed Sirazhudin (2000 )
Selangor - Sultan Sharafudin Idris Shah (2001)
Tren Ghana - Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin (1998)
UAE - President Khalifa ibn Zaid Al Nahayan (2004)
Template: Country data / Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi - the Emir Khalifa ibn Zaid Al Nahayan (2004 )
Ajman - Emir Humaid bin Rashid al Nuami (1981)
Template: Country data / Dubai - Emir Mohammed bin Rashid al Maktoum (2006)
Template: Country data / Ras al-Khaimah Ras al-Khaimah - Emir Saud bin Saqr al Qasimi (2010)
Umm al Quwain - Emir Saud bin Rashid al-Muallem (2009)
El Fuzhayra - Emir Hamad bin Mohammed al Sharkey (1974)
Sharjah - Emir Sultan III bin Mohammed al Qasimi (1972- 06.17.1987) (from 23.06.1987)
Oman - Sultan Qaboos bin Said (1970)
Saudi Arabia - King Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz Al-Saud (since 2005)
Thailand - King Bhumibol Adulyadej ( 1946)
Japan - Emperor Akihito (since 1989)

Africa - Lesotho king Letsie III (1996, for the first time in 1990-1995)
Morocco - king Mohammed VI (1999)
Swaziland - king Mswati III (1986)

Oceania Tonga - king stupid VI (from 2012)
Commonwealth Heads Fasting is not a title, and is not inherited. If you change the monarch on the throne of the British Commonwealth heads of member governments to adopt a formal decision on the appointment of a new head of the organization.
Commonwealth Kingdom
In Commonwealth realms (formerly known as dominions) head of state is the monarch of Great Britain, represented by Governor-General .
Antigua and Barbuda

Bahamas Barbados Belize

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saint Lucia

Oceania Australia New Zealand

Cook Islands Niue

Papua - New Guinea, Solomon Islands

also the monarch of Great Britain is the supreme leader of Fiji, but it is not a head of state
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