Politics of Swaziland

Politics Of Swaziland

Swaziland is governed under a form of constitutional monarchy, in which political power is shared by the king and parliament. Swaziland today is foremost ruled by a monarch, although for all of its administrative history prior to British colonization in 1903, it might have more properly been called a diarchy.

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