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4b 06 - political systems

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  • 1. Political systems ·Authoritarian monarchy. ·Absolutist monarchy. ·Enlightenment monarchy. ·Parliamentary system. ·Biography of Louis XIV.
  • 2. · Aut horitarian monarchy
    • To increase monarchical power, kings began to centralise political power.
    • Spain(1469-1516
    • Catholic Monarchs.
    • They began to develop an improved political and administrative structure, to control their territory.
  • 3. ·Absolutist monarchy.
    • The monarch has the power.
    • The constitution.
    • The power is hereditary and marital.
  • 4. ·Absolutism in Spain
    • · Beginning 17th century.
    • ·Economic crisis.
    • ·Kings leave their power into hands of ´´validos``.
    • ·Philip V.
  • 5. ·Enlightenment monarchy.
    • Form of absolute monarchy.
    • Its rules were imposed by the enlightened.
    • Most fostered the arts, sciences and education.
    • Tended to allow religious tolerance, freedom of speech and right to hold private property.
  • 6. ·Parliamentary monarchy
    • These countries developed after 1688.
    • Governments where the power was shared-in the case England-between the monarchy and the parliament.
    • In 1215 the English king was obliged to sign the MAGNA CARTA.
  • 7.  
  • 8. ·Louis XIV
    • 1638-1715.
    • Absolute monarch.
    • King of France and Navarre.
    • He sought to eliminate feudalism.
    • Succeeded by Louis XV.

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