Yes, the Netherlands is a Parliamentary Democracy with a Queen.
No. The Netherlands is a constitutional monarchy (and a parliamentary democracy). The current king is King Willem-Alexander.
The political leader of the Netherlands is its prime minister, currently Mark Rutte of the People's Party for Freedom and Democracy.
"Holland", which is actually only a small part of the Netherlands. Official name of the state of the Netherlands is: "Konikrijk der Nederlanden" = Kingdom of the Netherlands (it's a constitutional monarchy AND a parliamentary democracy)
Constitutional monarchy accompanied with a parliamentary democracy. Since 1848.
Numb3rs - 2005 Democracy 3-18 is rated/received certificates of: Netherlands:12 USA:TV-PG
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At the moment, our queen is named Beatrix van Oranje Nassau. She has no power, since we are a democracy.
In 1914 The Netherlands were already a constitutional monarchy ruled by Queen Wilhelmina AND a representative parliamentary democracy headed by prime minister Pieter Cort van der Linden.
It is elected by democracy, i.e., the public vote every 4 years to decide who should be in power.
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