Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The system of legislation by parliament; adherence to parliamentary system.
“To reject 'parliamentarianism' was not enough, for the question still remained open: what then?”
“They preserve the traditions of Hungarian parliamentarianism and the institutions of state.”
“Arnold's position of focusing on direct support for government's competitors is the political strategy advocated by agorism wikipedia.org, a market anarchist political philosophy that shuns parliamentarianism.”
“Not to be outdone by his rival, Khasbulatov called on Russians to "raise their voices in support of democracy and parliamentarianism.”
“Instead, the inference that parliamentarianism is better for an emerging democracy than a presidential or semi-presidential system is based on empirical research and results from more or less wide-ranging cross-national investigations.”
“Its real name, its technical name, as I have argued for some time, is capitalist-parliamentarianism...”
“Following the thesis of Weber's 1917 essay on German parliamentarianism, Casper argued that democratic politics, including American politics, has a tendency toward Caesarism.”
“The novel mixes together disparate elements like living machines, Loas, dirigibles, parliamentarianism, underground cities, Big-brother inspired eyes in the sky, insect gods and mysticism.”
“It brings to the fore the particular political system of 'semi-presidentialism' and offers cautionary analyses for those tempted to believe that it is the perfect 'third way' between parliamentarianism and presidentialism.”
“In response to my earlier postings along this line, Anne (from Holland) has suggested that the real problem is the presidential system, that parliamentarianism solves the problem of what to do with a leader in whom the majority has lost confidence.”
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