What are pros and cons of monarchy?

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According to Occupy Theory, monarchies are less corrupt than democratic governments but are disadvantageous because the masses do not have the power to remove a king or queen from leadership. The most common example of a monarchy is the British government in which the Queen of England acts as the Head of State.

Monarchies are beneficial to a country because such governments can implement new policies quickly without opposition. The amount of money spent on elections is also greatly reduced since there is no need to select the next ruler. The ruler of a monarchy is appointed by the royal family to govern the country for his entire life. Rulers in monarchies are symbolic in nature because they provide people with a sense of group identity and loyalty. The ruler is also responsible for protecting the nation's territory, economy and people. In some nations, such as Canada, the Queen is considered the Governor General, which means she is not responsible for governing the country or making laws. Instead, power is given to the parliament that is elected by the masses while the role of the President is reserved to the queen or king. Since the king or queen does not answer to anyone, it is more difficult to change the leadership internally, and there is often a lack of democratic accountability.

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