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Unformatted text preview: Types of presidential powers o Veto and decree Types of Electoral systems Plurality vs. PR o Decisiveness vs. resoluteness o Party discipline (PR) vs. closeness to constituencies (plurality) o Closed list (PR) vs. Open list (plurality) Design Parameters o Electoral district borders o Length and timing of electoral cycles o Open or closed lists o Adjusting districting Judiciary Common law or civil law? Hw independent of other branches? o Who appoints justices o Accountability Enforcement of the law? Balances System Ranking Classic Westminster Parliamentary Premier- presidential Presidential with plurality Parliamentary with fragmented partied Presidential with fragmented parties...
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