1/1A. Divided governmentB. Party disciplineC. Outsider candidatesD. Democratic instability1/1A. No party gets a majority of seats in parliament, but one party forms government solo,depending on votes from other parties in parliament to attain the majority support necessaryto maintain the confidence of parliament.B. A party gets a majority of seats in parliament, and forms a government on its own, relying onits own MPs to support it in parliament.C. No party gets a majority of seats in parliament, so a coalition of parties agree to formgovernment together, dividing up seats in cabinet between then and agreeing on a PrimeMinister.D. A government based on the support of minority ethnic and racial groups.Parliamentarydemocracy isassociated withwhich of thefollowing:A minoritygovernment in aparliamentarysystem occurs
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Literature,Separation of Powers,Presidential system,Parliamentary system