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2011-11-17 22:15:17
2011-11-17 22:15:17

Sweden is a Constitutional Monarchy.

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Sweden is a parliamentary democracy

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Sweden is a democracy with a monarch, in other words a constitutional monarchy.

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New Democracy - Sweden - was created on 1991-02-04.

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BOTH. Sweden is very democratic and has a King.

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It doesn't, it's a democracy.

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It is a constitutional monarchy and a parliamentary democracy.

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Constitutional monarchy and Parliamentary democracy.

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They have a constitutional monarchy and parliamentary democracy.

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Sweden's government is a constitutional monarchy/unitary parliamentary representative democracy.Constitutional monarchy and parliamentary democracy.

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Constitutional monarchy and Parliamentary democracy.Constitutional monarchy

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Sweden is a constitutional monarchy and a parliamentary democracy and therefore does not have a president, it has a king as head of state and a prime minister as head of government.

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Well. There is a king: Carl Gustav XVI, But he is powerless. And Sweden is controlled by "democracy." And the Prime minister is "Fredrik Reinfeldt"

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Sweden is a lagom socialist democracy, which means that wealth is distributed equally to the people.

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Very good, no-fee universities and quite well developed student democracy.

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Sweden is a Constitutional Monarchy, meaning they have a king with only ceremonial duties. It has an elected parliament and and together with its extensive constitutionally protected freedom of speech, Sweden may well be regarded as one of the most democratic countries in the world.

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United Kingdom, Japan, Spain, Norway, Sweden, Netherlands, Belgium, Thailand and Malaysia.

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They include: The United states of America, Sweden and India. Democracy is a type of government in which all eligible citizens are meant to participate equally either directly or, through elected representatives.

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Sweden has been a constitutional monarchy since 1866. After 1975, the Swedish legislature, the Riksdag, officially become the sole legislative power in Sweden (no longer sharing the power of law making with the King, although the Kings power had long been symbolic before 1975).

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Define regular democracy. A democracy is a government by the people. A direct democracy is a type of democracy.

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