Lecture 6_students - Presidential and Parliamentary system...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style Presidential and Parliamentary system (2) PS361 / September 6
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Outline n Criticism on the presidential system : “The ‘first wave’ of Presidential/Parliamentary studies” by Elgie n Political regime and political instability - Is the presidential system unstable? : “The ‘second wave’ of Presidential/Parliamentary studies” by Elgie
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Before we begin. .
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Pr and Pa: Strengths and weaknesses Checks and balances Presidential Parliamentary Deadlock Not responsible “Elective dictatorship” No deadlock Responsible to Legislature Constrained by Legislature Autonomous policy-making
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Presidential system and regime instability n Criticism on the presidential system (1) Winner-take-all : The winner (president) takes all the power of the executive : PM in the parliamentary system tends to make a coalition though his/her party has a simple majority (to secure the majority particularly when party discipline is weak and to have the qualified majority) l Problem of winner-take-all: Solid structure of confrontation
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This note was uploaded on 10/03/2011 for the course POLIT SCI 361 taught by Professor Kyunghan during the Spring '11 term at University of Tennessee.

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