Ex. 02.12: Constitutional Monarchy – Culture
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CULTURE. Norway has a constitutional monarchy. Before 1990, the Salic law, which prohibited female succession to the throne, was in effect in Norway. Today, however, it is the eldest child of the monarch, regardless of gender, who will be the next in line to the throne. According to Norwegian laws, the monarch must also be a member of the Norwegian Lutheran Church. The Royal Palace in Oslo is the official residence of the Norwegian monarch.
Crown Prince Haakon Magnus and Crown Princess Mette-Marit have two children together, Ingrid Alexandra (born in 2004) and Sverre Magnus (born in 2005). The Crown Princess also has one child from a previous relationship, Marius Borg Høiby (born in 1997).
Which of these three children will be the next in line for the throne?Correct AnswersIncorrect