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エリザベス2世 Should the British reigning monarch,currently H.R.M. the Queen,be legally entitled to the right of a Royal Veto on certain Acts passed in the UK Parliament?

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 BJsRealm posted 1年以上前
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BJsRealm picked YES:
I believe that our reigning monarch should have such legal option,instead of a merely formal Royal Assent.Some Acts of Parliament do require a Royal Veto,such as the Brexit Act. A right to veto any such Act must be implemented into our legislation soon.
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BJsRealm picked YES:
Besides,we simply can not allow that the American President can veto any law passed in the US Congress/the Senate, yet our very own reigning monarch doesn't have such legal authority to veto any Act passed in the UK Parliament.I hope I'm not the only one.
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BJsRealm picked YES:
Sorry for yet another typo! Of course, I meant passed BY & NOT in the Parliament!!
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