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to do politics is to enter into parliamentarianism.
STEPAN, ALFRED & SKACH, CINDY, Presidentialism and Parliamentarianism in Comparative Perspective, en The Failure of Presidential Democracy, 119-136 (Juan J.
1884 was the year when parliamentarianism was introduced in Norway, while 1935 was the year when the Liberals lost their political hegemony to the Labour Party.
Therefore, by favoring a presidential system, South Sudan inadvertently created a government that was more susceptible to collapse than may have been the case under parliamentarianism.
Juan de Mariana deduced and described a new conception of the relationship between the individual and the State (87), using the principle of consent which can be analyzed as a clear antecedent of parliamentarianism (88) in front of the expansion of the 'reason of State' and the absolutism throughout Europe.
Having dissected English parliamentarianism with a ruthlessness sharpened by his own unhappy four-year legislative experience, Belloc saw in the Founding Fathers' legacy an administrative arrangement much more congenial.
This "objective" method must have seemed right to many people in the late twentieth century after the terrible wars to determine whether communism, fascism, or parliamentarianism would be the legitimate constitutional order of the industrial nation-state, (33) conflicts that by some estimates had cost ninety million lives, (34) just as Holmes's formulation must have seemed correct after the Civil War-in which both sides appealed to God-had cost the lives of more than 750,000 American soldiers alone.
Raphael focuses squarely on the single issue of the presidency, carving the debate and parliamentarianism chronologically at Philadelphia, to excise "the day-by-day and even minute-by-minute dynamics of the dialogue" (p.
We did not include the few female ministers who were never elected to a legislature because the rules of Canadian parliamentarianism oblige ministers to be legislators.
And the trend now is largely to go with parliamentarianism, in which we know that there are less separation of powers and]or a hybrid of the two.
As Borgen indicates, parliamentarianism can be shockingly unstable.
In the 1880's Chancellor Bismarck attempted to "promote the development of corporative political and economic institutions", as a consequence of his dissatisfaction with the results of democratic parliamentarianism.

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