Study Cards on assemblies, advantages, bicameralism
Prevents government tyranny.
- In federal states the representative advantages of bicameralism are important: here the sharing if power creates a constant danger of irreconcilable conflict between the centre and the periphery.
- Better legislation (more scrutinized)
- Wider representation
- Less chance to institutional conflict (government gridlock, delays, disagreements)
- Reduced accountability (public accountability requires that a single view is expressed over major issues).
- Conservative bias (second chambers often tip the balance in favour of conservatism and against radical change).
2. They may be set up to scrutinize government administration and oversee the exercise of executive power.
3. They may investigate matters of public concern.
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