In 1968 the UK Government enacted a Constitution for Bermuda that sets out its structure of government. Queen Elizabeth II is head of state and is represented in Bermuda by a Governor, whom she appoints. Internally, Bermuda has a parliamentary system of government. The British Governor has reserved powers in three areas which are External Affairs, Internal Security and the Police.
UK Statutory Instrument (SI 1968 No. 1821968) | The Bermuda Constitution Order.