Parliamentary Monarchy Vs Parliamentary Absolutism

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The two most important models of European political development in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries were parliamentary monarchy and political absolutism. Parliamentary monarchy is a form of government in which a monarchy is legally restricted. So that means the monarch is not actively involved in the formation or implementation (i.e., the monarch is figure head in a ceremonial capacity); true governmental leadership and control is carried out by a cabinet and a head just as a chancellor or prime minister. Political absolutism on the other hand is a party or leader who has absolute control over every aspect of a citizens life. The essence of an absolutist system is that a ruling power is not subjected to or regulated by any agency,

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