What does parliamentary monarchy mean ?

We want to build a territory in peace and sovereignty. Only together can we bring about a peaceful transition. Nonetheless, many people are unable to imagine what life in a parliamentary monarchy means. People are afraid that they will merely slip from one form of government that currently governs them into another form of government that governs them. This makes them feel very uncertain. Many find the word ‘monarchy’ off-putting. Seeing the term, they imagine that an autocratic king would be installed if Mecklenburg were to opt for a parliamentary monarchy. But this is not true!

The following Dossiers will therefore provide a more detailed description and explain the most important points.

Do you know Liechtenstein?

Liechtenstein has been governed by a ‘unitary state based on the parliamentary principality’ for years. This is one current example of a form of government that is rooted in parliamentary monarchy. Its liberal economic policy, national autonomy and refusal to establish its own army have made the principality rich. The House of Liechtenstein installs the Prince Regnant, and sovereignty is shared equally between the Prince and the people. People there are extremely well off. Life is organised, the economy is flourishing, there are numerous highlights in art and culture, traditions are preserved, there is an exemplary school system with a wide range of opportunities for education and training and young talent is encouraged etc. – in short, Liechtenstein offers everything one’s heart desires.

The legacy that the Grand Duke has made available to the population has laid the foundations for the local people to benefit from this way of life. But people need to want these things – and only together can they be achieved.

One of the key requirements for this to happen is that people must embrace their own sovereignty again. After all, the system prevailing in the Federal Republic of Germany has only administered legal and natural persons until now.

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  • Review
  • Ballot paper and popular initiative
  • The term parliamentary
  • Achieved so far

Roles, tasks, rights and duties of the Grand Duke

  1. Immunity
  2. Foreign affairs
  3. Legislation
  4. Issuance of ordinances
  5. Courts and judges
  6. Right to pardon
  7. Parliamentary presidency
  8. Presidency of the government
  9. Hereditary homage
  • Parliamentary monarchy in Mecklenburg
  • The transition
  • The financing
  • Naturalisation

Financial basis

  • Types of income
  • Tax burden
  • Currency
  • Living wage
  • Child benefit and maintenance
  • Pension, old-age, employment disability and widow's payments
  • People requiring care
  • Death benefit
  • Unemployment
  • Credit balance
  • Loans
  • The tax office in the Grand Duchy
  • Independence
  • Tax burden
  • Double taxation agreement

Transition and some regulations

  • Purchases on the arrival of foreign citizens in the country
  • Purchases when travelling abroad
  • Passenger cars
  • Fuel costs
  • Parking spaces and regulatory offences
  • Local public transport
  • School fees
  • Rent and utility costs
  • Gas and electricity costs
  • Water and waste water costs
  • Telephone charges
  • Prices of goods and products

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