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Liechtenstein, Government

unicameral parliament, universal adult suffrage, constitutional monarchy, legislative power, Switzerland

Liechtenstein is a constitutional monarchy governed by hereditary princes. According to the constitution of 1921, legislative power is exercised by the unicameral parliament, made up of 25 members elected to four-year terms by universal adult suffrage. On the recommendation of parliament, the prince appoints a chief of government and four councillors who form the government. Since 1919, Switzerland has represented Liechtenstein diplomatically.



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