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What type of government did the ottoman empire have?

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What type of government did the ottoman empire have?

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The Sultans ruled the Ottoman Empire as absolute monarchs; day to day running of the empire was in the hands of the Grand Vizier, the Sultans chief minister. He had a bureaucracy staffed by Adjemi -oglans, part of the Janissary corps. In the provinces, local governors appointed by the Sultan or Grand Vizier were in control. As long as the tribute and taxes kept flowing back to the central government and the governors supplied military contingents for campaigns, these governors were left more or less to their own devices.

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