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What are characteristics of parliamentary systems?
And advantages and disadvantages?
- Head of state (ceremonial) is not head of government
- Parliament direct mandate, executive indirect mandate
- Mutual dependence: the government is dependent on the support of parliament to stay in office. Government is officially charged with executive power, but parliament is the one that often proposes new legislation.
- No fixed terms
- Powers are fused

Advantages:
- Cooperation
- Prevent autocracy
- Representation

Disadvantages:      
- Instability
- Lacks accountability
- Party dominance
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What are characteristics of parliamentary systems?
And advantages and disadvantages?
- Head of state = head of government
- Executive and legislative direct mandate
- Independence (dualism)
- Fixed terms
- Powers are separated and shared.

Advantages:
- Checks and balances
- Stability
- Strong accountability

Disadvantages:
- Conflict
- Lacks representation
- Personal dominance
- Risks autocracy
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What is the executive-legislative relationship in autocracies?
Party controls executive and legislative.
Collusion of the parties and the organization of the state. They start to overlap and to become one.

Autocracies can be presidential or parliamentary systems.
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