Great Britain is a parliamentary monarchy. There is a Queen and the Parliament. The Queen has almost no power in the country. Her power is limited by the Parliament. Laws are made by the Parliament.
Legislative power is the Parliament. The Parliament consists of three parts: The Нouse of Commons The monarch The Нouse of lords
- It is the official head of the state and an integral part of the Parliament in her constitutional role; - has mostly representative functions; - gives the royal assent to the bills passed by the House of Commons and the House of Lords. controls the government, makes laws, discusses political problems. has the power to delay bills for one year; opposes the decisions of the House of Commons;
Head of state is Queen Elizabeth II; The Queen rules the country in fact; The power of queen is limited; The Queen has mostly representative functions; Elizabeth II was crowned in Westminster Abbey in 1953; The monarchy is hereditary. The throne prince Charles