Parliamentary sovereignty

Parliamentary sovereignty means that

Question 8 options:

  Parliament has more authority than the executive and judicial branch but not the monarchy
  Parliament, the prime minister, and judiciary or three separate and equal branches each with a clear set of powers.
  Parliament chooses the next king or queen when there is a vacancy due to death, retirement, or abdication.
  Parliament can overturn decrees passed by the European union legislature.
  Parliament has ultimate authority to make or overturn laws and the prime minister or Judiciary cannot overturn parliaments actions.