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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And we have a committee that I chair called the parliamentarianism and democracy committee that keeps a relationship with other associations, including French-speaking associations in France and Belgium, and of course our Canadian counterparts.
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The South Sudan nation has been essentially in a confused state since independence by imposing Republicanism system of government on them while many of its informed citizens are dreaming of the Parliamentarianism and Federalism form of government to govern them with for it leads to decentralization of powers and services.
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.
With the later eclipse of the constitutional movement and the discrediting of parliamentarianism, it is not surprising that memory of him faded more rapidly than that of others.

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