Is Myanmar a Monarchy?
No, it was a monarchy back in the 1800s, but later was colonized by the British. Now the military regime rule.
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A monarchy is a government where the head of government is an hereditary king or queen (monarch). This is different from a constitutional monarchy, where the head of governmen…t might be a prime minister, and head of state is reserved to the monarch. A monarchy is a country ruled by a monarch, a head of state with supreme power, who holds the title until death or voluntary abdication. There can be different types. An Absolute Monarch is ungoverned by any laws, and can technically do whatever he or she wants, though in practice will still be influenced by other groups under him. A constitutional Monarch acts as monarch within the guidelines of a constitution. Qatar and Saudi Arabia are two examples of absolute monarchies, Japan and the United Kingdom are examples of constitutional monarchies. A monakey is a form of government in which is ruled by a king or queen It is a government like england were they have queens and kings A monarchy is a government that is ruled by an absolute leader andhas received political power based on family heritage. When amonarch dies, normally a relative of the deceased monarch is thereplacement.
Monarchy is a form of government when the throne is inherited orforced upon one person, who is set apart from all of his subjects. There are 2 types of monarchy: Absolute and… Constitutional. InAbsolute monarchy, the Monarch has absolute power over the stateand government. In Constitutional monarchy, the Monarch is sort ofa figurehead, who is still subject to a constitution. There aremany different titles for a monarch, including King, Queen,Emperor, Empress, Prince, Princess, Duke or Grand Duke, andDuchess.
Myanmar (formerly known as Burma) is a country in southeast Asia in between China, Thailand and India. . Southeast Asia, formerly Burma
Myanmar imports several items into their country. Myanmar's mainimports are, machinery, tires, pharmaceutical products, polymers,construction equipment, fuel, vegetable oil, a…nd vehicles.
A number of things but the top three are wood, rice, and pulses. exports; are mainly teak wood,rice,pulses,beans.they export about 6.1 billon dollars per year to thailand,indi…a,china,and last but not least japan
it means country and people
A monarchy is a ruler such as a queen, king, princess, or prince that rules over a land or territory. they are like the president sort of. A monarchy is a ruler such as a que…en, king, princess, or prince that rules over a land or territory. they are like the president sort of
Monarchy is a generic term for a (usually) hereditary ruler such as a king, queen, emperor, caliph, sultan etc.
A monarchy is a reigning body, which rules over a country. There are two main types of monarchy, direct monarchy and constitutional monarchy. A direct monarchy, is a monarch w…hich has ACTUAL ruling power over their people. The other type of monarch, a constitutional monarch (for example Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain), may be Queen, but does not have ANY power, the country is run by Parliament and the monarch acts as a figure head.
The mountainous state is bordering with Bangladesh and India on the west, and Rakhine state on the south, Magwe and Sagaing divisons on the east. The whole region is made up o…f high hills and deep valleys, and there is hardly any plain or plateau. The average elevation varies between 1500 and 2700 meters, the highest being Nat Ma Taung or Mt. Victoria in southern Chin state at 3100 meters above sea level. Manipur river flows from India into Chin state from the northern tip, passes Ton Zang, Tiddim, Falam and then turns to the east to the low land to join Myittha river in Magwe division. Myittha river in turn flows into Chindwin river in Sagaing division. Near Falam there is a hydroelectric power station. Other important rivers are Kissipanadi or Kaladan river, and Laymyo river both of them flow southward to Rakhine state and later empty themselves into the bay of Bengal (Indian ocean). The rivers in the state are full of rapids and white waters, and thus not suitable for navigation. Only small boats and canoes can travel in certain sections, mostly downstream. Ethnic groups living in Chin state include Chin, Lai, Simbhrin, Kumi, Cho, Siyin, Matu, and Bamar. Majority of population is Christian. Major occupation is agriculture, however it is not well developed due to the scarcity of large valleys and plains. Shifting cultivation is still prevalent. Terrance cultivation is slowly being introduced along the hillsides. Due to difficult terrain human labour is the main driving force of work done. Mountain rice, wheat, maize, coffee, orange, damson and apple are grown. Chin textiles especially blankets and Yaw Longyi (circular ring of cloth worn at the waist to cover the lower part of the body) are famous. Many Chins still use the traditional method of hand weaving. Teak and other hardwoods are found at elevation below 900 meters. Above 900 meters there are oaks and pines. Teak, pines, canes, resin and turpentine are important forest products. Since electricity is not available in most villages people depend on the wood for cooking. Travel and tourism Travel to Chin state is mainly by car on poor roads cut along the mountain sides and valleys. Very rugged nature of the landscape makes travel difficult, and land slides are not un-common. In certain areas cars have to carry shovels and garden hoe to clear the land slide and stones cover. Normal Chin villagers would travel daily on foot from village to village and to and from the farms. Palatwa town in the southern Chin state could be reached from northern Rakhine state by Kissipanadi river. It is possible by only small motor boats. The road from Kyauk Taw (Rakhing state) is good only in the dry season for rough trucks. The other southern towns such as Kanpetlet (where Nat Ma Taung or Mt. Victoria national park is), Mindat, Madupi could be reached from the central plain region. The roads are not so good, however they are in so so conditions. The only north-south highway within the state connects the northern border town of Chikha (close to Indian border) to Ton Zang, Tiddin, Falam, Hakha, Aika and Madupi. From Kalay (Sagaing division) both large and small trucks carrying passengers and goods travel to Tiddin, Falam and Hakha daily in summer (February - July) and winter (October - February). Tourism is by permission. Climbing the peak of Mt. Victoria is usually done from Bagan. In Kampatlet there is (January, 2004) a lodge offering basic bungalow style accommodation. In other towns tourists have to use government guest houses since small private hotels do not have basic tourist facilities. There is a beautiful heart shape lake called "Reh" close to the Indian border, which can be reached from Falam by jeep. The border check point at Chikha is opened to local people only. .........................................................................................................................
Of course not.
it is a political question for us , and some time we are so single and can't determine this . and we just can obey what the government tell us.