In truth PKS remained in SBY’s cupboard uninterruptedly from 2004–2014. To argue that direct elections make presidents much less prone to build oversized coalitions in an “all else equal” sense is to not indicate that instantly elected presidents never have causes to build such coalitions. Nevertheless, “presidents face fewer constraints than prime ministers when coping with their very own events over the design of cupboards and the development of interparty coalitions” . Many thanks to Royce Carroll and a JEAS reviewer for useful suggestions and pushback on this level.
- With an open again and bow details, there’s so much wow factor to soak up.
- No one party clearly received Sunday’s election to replace Angela Merkel after her sixteen years in energy.
- With the parliamentary elections over – and no party winning more than 26% of the vote – that style counts more than ever in Europe’s largest financial system.