M. Porter, Senior Executive, Master of Art, San Jose
Answered Mar 05, 2019
Spain is a country that has a long history. Before the United States was even known to exist, Spain was sending explorers to discover this new land. Like years ago in history, many countries including Spain had kings and queens. Therefore, Spain has stayed with having a monarchy for its government.
However, it has changed like other countries that had monarchies long ago and still have monarchies. The change includes either making it a constitutional monarchy or a parliamentary monarchy. This means that the kings and queens rule the country to an extent. They have certain rights and rules depending upon the country, but either a parliament or constitution also helps rule the country. In the case of Spain, they have a constitutional monarchy.