A large number of us believe that the there are different patterns of rule followed in different countries. But people who are into proper economics will be able to figure out that every country is democracy at the root level. In a world that is free of war and blood democracy is a must. People want to be free of monarchism and dictatorship. But again are all of us truly democratic? Having given that question as food for your thought, we are also here to discuss the rule in Britain. Is it a monarchy or democracy?
How countries form their government?
Different countries have different rules, and they also have their preferences informing a specific type of government and rule. We have capitalistic, socialistic and democratic forms of government along with that monarchy, and even dictatorship does count, and we must not forget that these are the roots of these countries. Before we get specifically to the rule in Britain, it is important for us to understand that countries started giving priority to democratic rule but not before making their respective roots stronger. So the democracy levels are different in different countries. It all depends on how much they have forgotten their roots and how penetrant democracy is.
What form of government does Britain have?
The form of government that Britain has in it is of course democracy, but they still haven’t gotten over the monarchy form of rule. The monarchy pattern does exist but along with democracy given to people. There is not much of a difference between the other and the democratic form of rule.
In a democratic country people are the makers of the law, and to an extent, that is greatly applicable in the UK as well. For instance, India is a federal government that exists on proper democratic norms. There are also umpteen countries that fall within that list. They have a President to rule and do have a Prime Minister as well. In countries like the United States of America they have a president and not a prime minister, but still, they are democratic.
This is the same case when it comes to the UK. There is a monarch who will also govern the affairs of the state who is similar to a President, and the Prime Minister is the person who will take care of the regular affairs of the state. Though it always looks like the Queen, who is currently the monarch of the state, has limited powers and refrains from the parliamentarian activities, a major law or incident cannot go past her knowledge. There are also conditions that certain affairs cannot be made applicable or passed as a law if there aren’t acknowledged by the Queen.The Prime Minister as a representative chosen by the members of the state will have unlimited powers in certain cases. It all depends on the circumstances.
Having seen all this, we would like to conclude that we are spectators do not have a say in the form the government that a particular country is following. This can be the case if globally we are looking forward to building one form and we have economists and other academics supporting it, whatever is happening right now seems regionally fit.