The king’s power to set the rules

The power to appoint the prime minister, make appointments to key positions, and to dismiss ministers is often referred to as the monarch’s power.The term “oligarchical government” is also used to describe the power of a monarch to set and enforce its own policies.However, the term does not necessarily refer to the same thing.A monarch may have the power to […]

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The Federal Government’s ‘venezuanas’ are a lot like your city’s – and the same rules apply to them

In the early 2000s, a state-run corporation called the Federal Communications Commission was the only entity in the United States that had the power to regulate the transmission of television signals.The FCC, which had its origins in the Telecommunications Act of 1996, is a bureaucratic body that has long been the go-to source for state and federal governments to pass […]

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