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is q parliamentary system more accountable to the people than presidencial system? for what reasons?
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The Parliamentary system or Presidential System are two most important governance systems in the world which are effectively in place in most of the countries. In Parliamentary system, executive is directly or indirectly dependent on the legislature whereas in Presidential…
and has the power to dismiss him whereas in case of Presidential System, the Chief Executive of the State is not accountable to legislature and in normal circumstances can not dismiss the head of the State. “The president is elected directly by the people and is answerable to the voters rather than the legislature. Whereas the prime minister has no choice because he or she is a Member of Parliament and is directly accountable to that body. Herein lies a very basic difference between the presidential system of government as it exists in the United States and the parliamentary system that has evolved in Great Britain.” (http://teacher.scholastic.com)
Therefore the Parliamentary System is more accountable than the Presidential System because of the fact that Sepration of powers is not allowed under the Parliamentary System and the Prime Minister, being the member of the Parliament is answerable to it. The direct check and balance on Prime Minister in Parliamentary System is through legislature i.e. Parliament whereas in Presidential System, it is the shared system of check and balance.
“Proportional representation (sometimes referred to as full representation, or PR), is a category of electoral formula aiming at a close match between the percentage of votes that groups of candidates (grouped by a certain measure) obtain in elections and the percentage of seats they receive (usually in legislative assemblies)” (Wikipedia).
In its essence this is not itself an electoral system but a local arrangement of the way and has been criticized heavily for its inbuilt weaknesses. Mostly it has allowed the formation of the government by those parties who hardly got half of the casted votes thus negating the very essence of Parliamentary System. The system also tends to polarize the system and the left and the right wing parties virtually split and often succeed each other and the normal course of the government may be disrupted as through this system, mostly coalition ...
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