parliamentarianism


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parliamentarianism

(ˌpɑːləmɛnˈtɛərɪəˌnɪzəm) or

parliamentarism

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the system of parliamentary government

parliamentarianism

advocacy of the parliamentary system of government. — parliamentarian, n., adj.
See also: Government
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Well educateda he was a man who believed in Islamic democracy; who promoted parliamentarianism in India.
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McGee is convincing in describing the two social worlds as they existed in late-nineteenth-century Dublin, contrasting Griffith's concern with self-reliance, personal development, social justice and nationalization with the Home Rulers' parliamentarianism and concern with primarily middle-class interests (12-19).
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There could be noticed the evolution towards a monist parliamentarianism, with a corrective of the popular legislative initiative and the abrogative referendum.
Rachel Foxley's essay explores the failure of Parliamentarianism to evolve into a coherent, ideologically consistent program that could have served as a platform for the emergence of a new, and lasting, political paradigm.
A system nears parliamentarianism if one of these branches affects the other excessively; on the other hand, a strict separation of theure of the relation between the legislative and executive branches characterizes a system of government.
Our great Labour Party used to be one where socialism was achieved through parliamentarianism, through democracy.
633, 640 (2000) ("I reject Westminster as well as Washington as my guide and proffer the model of constrained parliamentarianism as the most promising framework for future development of the separation of powers.
There is no cookie-cutter formula to solve the problem; seemingly more stable models like parliamentarianism cannot work unless the political class and its division of power evolves first.

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