Gobernando sin mayorías parlamentarias en América Latina

Margarita Jiménez Badillo About the author

In Latin America, presidential governments rule without parliamentary majority. The aim of this article is to show the determinants of consensus between the executive and legislative, and to affirm that the greater the ideological distances the lesser are the possibilities to make coalitions.

executive-legislative; latinamerican parliaments; governability; democracy


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