govern badly

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It is better not to govern at all than to govern badly," said Christian Lindner, leader of the pro-market Free Democrats (FDP), after cutting off the talks.
It is better not to govern than to govern badly," he said, adding that the parties did not share "a common vision on modernising" Germany.
Such a (system does not reflect the changing level of support for parties after an election; a party may govern badly and lose voter confidence but still receive more funding than its more popular opponents.