I think that northern ireland is the same as England’s and southern ireland is a republic. If there are differences then explain to me why. Don’t just say more or less explain whats different.

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  • eorpach_agus_eireannach:

    The Ireland (never call it South or Southern Ireland) is a republic and parliamentary democracy with a bicameral parliament and head of state (president).

    Northern Ireland is a Constitutional Monarchy and parliamentary democracy with a bicameral parliament in London(with representatives from Northern Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales) and a Regional Assembly in Belfast.

    They are two separate entities at the moment, but at one point where one and were also one with the UK.

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