What Is a Federal Parliamentary Democracy?

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A federal parliamentary democracy is whereby a country is divided into regions which retain some powers of self government, while the government manages non-local matters such as defence, customs and immigration.
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Elected Parliament with 2 chambers (House and Senate) Each has equal
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From what I have researched it means that is run by the Queen. For example America isn't a Federal Parliamentary Democracy because it is a independent country and has a President.
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I tried researching this for you and couldn't find a thing. Sorry.
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Let's look at the obvious example in the English speaking world - the UK. The country is divided into a number of constituencies. Each constituency as elections every so often, and
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