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Parliamentary Democracy

Definition

Parliamentary democracy describes a method of how laws are made and implemented and carried out. In a democracy the national legislature makes laws appoints a prime minister and a cabinet.


Democracy

Definition

Democracy:the rule of the people with the consent of the majority.


Examples:

Argentina, Austria, Canada, Chile, US, Spain, Sweden, Mexico, Italy, and UK.


parliamentary democracy

History

  • the system was originated in England with cenutries of experiments and modifications.
  • It has worked well in the United States, France, and England
  • Voting is just like a representative democracy except
  • there is an absence of multiplicity of parties.

Pros

Pros

  1. It gives some weight to the will of the people.
  2. Eliminates the urge for drastic changes.
  3. The rulers keep in touch with the people.
  4. Open grievances and criticisms.

Cons

Cons

  1. It's not suitable for large country.
  2. Leads to disguised bribery.
  3. Poor candidate are added at a disadvantage.
Parliamentary Democracy