parliamentary democracies

Presidential elections are oneshot sometimes a

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Unformatted text preview: ikely to become cabinet ministers under presidentialism. Why? (to maintain cohesion)  ­Coalition/Minority gov are less likely under presidentialism. Why? (he does not answer his questions… what a tit)  ­Some scholars argue presidentialism is inferior  ­Because it is more likely to produce minority governments, you see more divided government, which can result in crisis.  ­Because of the fixed term of office, only extraordinary measures can get rid of an unpopular president.  ­Presidential elections are one ­shot; sometimes a candidate winning only 30%...
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