Royals or similar absolute power systems have been governing territories for thousands of years. Today, some countries still have royals, either for ceremonial purposes or having great power. These countries include the United Kingdom and Saudi Arabia. Though there are a select few powerful coutnries with royals, today, most countries are democracies for a reason. Royals shouldn't still be in power and democracies should be structured.
United Kingdom has been recieving attention for its new royal crowned. King Charles the 3rd was crowned after the death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth the 2nd. Queen Elizabeth had the longest hold of power in history, and many believe the U.K.'s royalty should have ended with her death. The royal's power in the U.K. was largely ceremonial as of currently, while Queen Elizabeth's power during her span of rule was greatly more. With the royal's power as of now, a democracy that could govern the U.K. would significantly allow the country to prosper because of the greater desicions that could be made by a large governing body.
Saudi Arabia also has a royal family. The senate of Saudi Arabia is always made up of members or distant members of the royal family, and the King is always the next oldest male in line. Saudi Arabia's government and King have immense power because of being and autocracy. The government monopolizes the oil industry for neighboring countries, and there is fear of Saudi Arabia emptying deposits of oil. A democracy would have a large impact on the business decisions in the country, as many citizens aren't allowed to create businesses. The country would then be able to have interactions with other powerful countries and develop.
America currently has a presidential democracy, where citizens are very much involved in government affairs, such as voting for decisions and representatives. A royal family being in power limits Americans' freedoms, having potential risks of another rebellion such as the American Revolution. Though some may say, "Royals make important decisions for citizens and their plan is to make their country become a better place," royals sometimes jeopardize the country and there is no one to stop them. Royals in our world today are inefficient, as democracies allow citizens to have a say and support the government.