Who has power in a society?

England is a monarchy. Which means that the Queen has no real power but she is the face and the name of the supreme authority. She will always be present during ceremonies and the royal family has a very big importance. Especially on the interntional sphere of influence of the country. In England, the Prime Minister (PM) has much more of a presidential role. Indeed, Theresa May could be assimiliated to the French President Emmanuel Macron or the German Chancellor Angela Merkel. The British PM is the commander of the Army, he passes the laws and has all the executive power. 

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