Reply To: European monarchs as European citizens?

By Mauro Casarotto

Mauro CasarottoMauro Casarotto

Good point Jakub. I think that in a constitutional monarchy the monarch is consider a citizen of his/her country. But European history is so complex that may be there are different laws or customs in different countries. Can a member of the convention take it upon themselves to research the topic so that we are all properly informed on this matter? It would be greatly appreciated.

List of monarchies in Europe:

Andorra (Principality) ;
Belgium ;
Denmark ;
Liechtenstein (Principality) ;
Luxembourg (Principality) ;
Monaco (Principality) ;
Netherlands ;
Norway ;
Spain ;
Sweden ;
United Kingdom .
Vatican City (Elective Monarchy) ;

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