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They can be grouped in the following way:

Constitutional Monarchies (a form of government in which a monarch acts as head of state within the parameters of a written (i.e., codified), unwritten (i.e., uncodified) or blended constitution. [wikipedia]). There are twenty Constitutional Monarchies:

1. Bahrain

2. Belgium

3. Bhutan

4. Cambodia

5. Denmark

6. Japan

7. Jordan

8. Kuwait

9. Lesotho

10. Liechtenstein

11. Luxembourg

12. Monaco

13. Morocco

14. The Netherlands

15. Norway

16. Spain

17. Sweden

18. Thailand

19. Tonga

20. The United Kingdom

Constitutional Monarchies - Commonwealth Realms (a form of government where an independent country, member of the British Commonwealth of Nations, recognizes Elizabeth II, Queen of the United Kingdom, as their Queen.) There are fifteen Commonwealth Realms:

1. Antigua and Barbuda

2. Australia

3. The Bahamas

4. Barbados

5. Belize

6. Canada

7. Grenada

8. Jamaica

9. New Zealand

10. Papua New Guinea

11. Saint Kitts and Nevis

12. Saint Lucia

13. Saint Vincent and The Grenadines

14. The Solomon Islands

15. Tuvalu

Absolute Monarchies (a form of government in which the monarch serves as the sole source of political power in the state and is not legally bound by any constitution. [wikipedia]). There are five Absolute Monarchies:

1. Brunei

2. Oman

3. Qatar

4. Saudi Arabia

5. Swaziland

"Other" Monarchies (There are three other nations in the world that are considered Monarchies but have a very different and unique system than any of those listed above.) They are:

1. Andorra - a Principality where the role of monarch is exercised jointly by the two co-princes: the President of France and the Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Urgell, Spain. Both individuals have the title of Prince of Andorra.

2. Malaysia - a Federal Constitutional Elective Monarchy where the monarch is elected to a five year term from among the nine hereditary Sultans of the Malay States. During this time, the sultan is referred to as the Paramount Sultan or King of Malaysia.

3. The United Arab Emirates - a Constitutional Monarchy with a Federal Presidential System where the monarch is elected to a five year term from among the seven hereditary Emirs of the constituent states. During this time, the emir is referred to as the President of The United Arab Emirates.

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