Over 43 sovereign states across our world are being reigned by 26 active sovereign countries with monarchies of kings, queens, sultans, emirs, emperor, and pope.
Here are some countries with absolute monarchy
Sweden: At present Sweden’s King is Carl XVI Gustaf. The Monarch makes less contribution as ‘Head of Nation’ because the duties and responsibilities of the monarch are provided by the constitution and it has a hereditary monarchy having a parliamentary system.
The Netherlands: The monarch in the Netherlands doesn’t rule directly because it has a bicameral parliament but the new king William Alexander still plays an important role as president of the council state. This is one of the countries with monarchies.
1. How Many Countries Still Have Royalty?
- A. 43 countries
- B. 50 countries
- C. 41 countries
- D. None of the above
United Kingdom: The British monarchy also has a constitutional monarchy. The current ruler of the United Kingdom is Queen Elizabeth II, who took the throne in 1952. Even though the country has constitutional monarchy the queen continues to play an important part in the growth of her nation.
Saudi Arabia: Saudi Arabia is a country with Kings and queens, King Salman bin Abdulaziz al-Saud who succeeded King Abdullah shows supremacy as the world’s most powerful absolute monarch with complete control over the abundance of oil in his country.
Thailand: Vajiralongkorn the ruler of Thailand took the throne after the death of his father Bhumibol Adulyadej. Under the constitution the king is given very little power, still being a symbol of Thailand is surely a country with the monarchy.
bishop of Rome, chief pastor of the worldwide Catholic Church and head of state of the Vatican City state. ‘The city is ruled by the pope as its head. He is an elected monarch and carries the official title of ‘King of the Ecclesiastical State’.
These are a few countries with royalty and countries with Kings and Queens. Trivia Sharp gives detailed information about the monarchy and modern royalty.