The UK Political System
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Did you ever wonder how The UK Political System works in fact?
While doing the test About the Life in the UK one of the questions subjects can be this.
What you need to know?
The United Kingdom is a parliamentary democracy.
As a parliamentary democracy the government is voted into power by the people, to act in the interests of the people.
‘Universal Suffrage’ every adult has the right to vote.
Alongside this system, the UK is also a constitutional monarchy.
This is a situation where there is an established monarch, we believe you know who is, because is everywhere (souvenirs, art galleries, stamps), the Queen Elizabeth II, who remains politically impartial and with limited powers.
So, what you have learned about the UK Political System?
The UK Political System is parliamentary democracy and alongside is constitutional monarchy.
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