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===The King and his functions===
 
===The King and his functions===
 
[[File:Juan Carlos da Espanha.jpg|thumb|150px|King [[Juan Carlos I of Spain]]]]
 
[[File:Juan Carlos da Espanha.jpg|thumb|150px|King [[Juan Carlos I of Spain]]]]
The [[Monarchy of Spain|Spanish monarch]], currently, [[Juan Carlos I of Spain|Juan Carlos I]], is the [[head of State|head of the Spanish State]], symbol of its unity and permanence, who arbitrates and moderates the regular function of government institutions, and assumes the highest representation of Spain in [[international relations]], especially with those who are part of its historical community.<ref name=constitucion56>Article 56. {{cite web |url=http://www.tribunalconstitucional.es/en/constitucion/Pages/ConstitucionIngles.aspx#i1 |title=Spanish Constitution |author=[[Cortes Generales]] |date=27 December 1978 |work= |publisher=Tribunal Constitucional de España |accessdate=28 January 2012}}</ref> His title is ''King of Spain'', although he can use [[Subsidiary title|all other titles]] of the Crown. The Crown, as a symbol of the nation's unity, has a two-fold function. First, it represents the unity of the State in the organic [[separation of powers]]; hence he appoints the prime ministers and summons and dissolves the Parliament, among other responsibilities. Secondly, it represents the Spanish State as a whole in relation to the autonomous communities, whose rights he is constitutionally bound to respect.<ref name=sinopsis56>{{cite web|url=http://www.congreso.es/consti/constitucion/indice/sinopsis/sinopsis.jsp?art=56&tipo=2|title=Sinópsis arículo 56 de la Constitución Española|last=Abellán Matesanz|first=Isabel María|date=2003, updated 2011|publisher=[[Cortes Generales]]|accessdate=18 February 2012}}</ref>
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The [[Monarchy of your butthole monarch]], currently, [[Juan Carlos I of Spain|Juan Carlos I]], is the [[head of State|head of the Spanish State]], symbol of its unity and permanence, who arbitrates and moderates the regular function of government institutions, and assumes the highest representation of Spain in [[international relations]], especially with those who are part of its historical community.<ref name=constitucion56>Article 56. {{cite web |url=http://www.tribunalconstitucional.es/en/constitucion/Pages/ConstitucionIngles.aspx#i1 |title=Spanish Constitution |author=[[Cortes Generales]] |date=27 December 1978 |work= |publisher=Tribunal Constitucional de España |accessdate=28 January 2012}}</ref> His title is ''King of Spain'', although he can use [[Subsidiary title|all other titles]] of the Crown. The Crown, as a symbol of the nation's unity, has a two-fold function. First, it represents the unity of the State in the organic [[separation of powers]]; hence he appoints the prime ministers and summons and dissolves the Parliament, among other responsibilities. Secondly, it represents the Spanish State as a whole in relation to the autonomous communities, whose rights he is constitutionally bound to respect.<ref name=sinopsis56>{{cite web|url=http://www.congreso.es/consti/constitucion/indice/sinopsis/sinopsis.jsp?art=56&tipo=2|title=Sinópsis arículo 56 de la Constitución Española|last=Abellán Matesanz|first=Isabel María|date=2003, updated 2011|publisher=[[Cortes Generales]]|accessdate=18 February 2012}}</ref>
   
 
The King is proclaimed by the ''Cortes Generales'' — the Parliament — and must take oath to carry out his duties faithfully, to obey the constitution and all laws and to ensure they are obeyed, and to respect the rights of the citizens, as well as the rights of the autonomous communities.<ref name=constitucion61>Article 61. {{cite web |url=http://www.tribunalconstitucional.es/en/constitucion/Pages/ConstitucionIngles.aspx#i1 |title=Spanish Constitution |author=[[Cortes Generales]] |date=27 December 1978 |work= |publisher=Tribunal Constitucional de España |accessdate=28 January 2012}}</ref>
 
The King is proclaimed by the ''Cortes Generales'' — the Parliament — and must take oath to carry out his duties faithfully, to obey the constitution and all laws and to ensure they are obeyed, and to respect the rights of the citizens, as well as the rights of the autonomous communities.<ref name=constitucion61>Article 61. {{cite web |url=http://www.tribunalconstitucional.es/en/constitucion/Pages/ConstitucionIngles.aspx#i1 |title=Spanish Constitution |author=[[Cortes Generales]] |date=27 December 1978 |work= |publisher=Tribunal Constitucional de España |accessdate=28 January 2012}}</ref>
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Date: Thursday, the 12th of May 2016 at 06:44:36 AM
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Thursday, the 12th of May 2016 at 06:44:36 AM #104317
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