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For example, shifts away from the current unitary and presidential systems, and towards decentralization and parliamentarianism, are imperative.
Al-Laham considered that the Day of Parliamentarianism ''which celebrates the democratic principles and their traditions in the Russian parliamentary life'' comes at a time when Russia is working to ''redress the balance in the international policy that the US has monopolized over the past ten years, and build a balanced, multi-polar world free of the Western hegemony on the peoples' interests.
Badiou describes his vision of the different relation between philosophy and politics as follows: 'In the parliamentarianism of the West, as in the despotic bureaucracies of the East, politics is in the last instance confounded with a state management.
Alfred Stepan & Cindy Skach, Constitutional Frameworks and Democratic Consolidation: Parliamentarianism versus Presidentialism, 46 WORLD POLITICS 1, 10 (1993).
32) According to Crepaz, parliamentarianism arguably creates more opportunities for policy development because it establishes stronger party discipline, greater legislative power, and the centralization of accountability.
Each party also retains influential politburos and patronage systems that check parliamentarianism and the rule of law.
The partisan character of institutional harmonisation and government/administration was a specific trait of politics in Europe and contributed to the transition from classical parliamentarianism to party democracy (Bartolini, 2005b).
parliamentarianism and arrived at the ideal of the all-knowing technician as the ruler of society.
The fact is that the parliamentarianism of Weimar Republic did not function well.
1--Independence of the Bishops, autonomy of the national Churches, inauguration of a religious parliamentarianism through the frequent convocation of the Councils, those Estates General of Christianity, superior to the Pope, and supreme arbiters of the spiritual world.
Doubtless, the term has even earlier roots in English parliamentarianism.
Russia's Tsars tried slave-serfdom, hereditary nobility, emancipation, direct foreign investment and technology transfer, advisory parliamentarianism, and Pyotr Stolypin's proprietary peasantry (Gerschenkron, 1961).

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