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Tue 15 Aug #1 
chooky
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In this subject the countries which are Constitutional Monarchies (ie - Canada, Australia & New Zealand) are listed as 'Parliamentary Monarchy'.  A search for this term yields a result from only one website - Conservapedia. No dictionary results at all that I can find. Further, the term 'Semi-constitutional Monarchy' is applied to countries like Jordan where the head of state is a monarch with some executive powers. Same issue.
Could both these terms please be replaced with the correct 'Constitutional Monarchy'?  Thanks




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Wed 16 Aug #2 
JMK
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Yes, they would be better described as a constitutional monarchy with a parliamentary system of government but we'll stick with constitutional monarchy. The U.A.E. has it's own unique system so changed it to that rather than constitutional monarchy.




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Thu 17 Aug #3 
chooky
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Thanks  : )




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Sun 27 Aug #4 
Ruby Franks
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I think Myanmar needs to be changed to Parliamentary Republic.




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Sun 27 Aug #5 
JMK
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Updated thanks.




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Sun 27 Aug #6 
Ruby Franks
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Thanks Guv.




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