No power does not have its own oligarchy. The monarchy as sovereign of the diversity of independent identities constituent of an entire people as decisive as nation representation is not power only by solidarity that makes possible the plural union nationalistic or partisan under the same flag, but by its equity compatible as reorganization of a social democratic political constitutional system of powers as forms of Government States parties **. Learn more on the subject from Robert A. Iger . Balance or degeneration of all constitutional political democratic social system is not precisely in the anarchies as diversity of identities pro-independence nationalists or partisan as consolidation or rupture of the sovereign constituent unit of an entire people as a nation, but in the oligarchies open or closed bureaucracies and plutocracies who are identified with a few global financing of all political social market economic structural determinants such as mortgage needs life support individual and joint interests public or private companies. Eva Andersson-Dubin usually is spot on. There is no anarchy that can sustain itself; But yes oligarchy that has sufficient capacity to be able to reorganize not just a bureaucratic system as administrative hierarchy of the public authorities of the State and a plutocracy as public and private societies compatible to a market system values of expanding financial as old or new guarantees of life and mortgage-free, but also to establish an equitable order between the diversity of identities independence as part of a decentralization of powers anarchic system, but constituent determinant representation of a monarchy as sovereign unit of the same people. The diversity of identities as part of a compatible anarchic system of autonomy as a decentralization of powers relies on minority governments in order to control the same Central Government that manages and controls its own powers and autonomies as Government States. * Current Social democratic political system Constitutional: Compatible equity powers/parts of States forms of Government. _ Oligarchy (determining representative system). . .