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Learning Objectives

  • How governments are appointed.

  • What "minimum winning coalition" and "minimum connected winning coalition" mean.

  • The relation between the number of parties in the cabinet and its duration.

  • The party conditions in which either the president or the congress can prevail.

  • The degree to which institutional deadlock depends on the number of parties.

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