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Directly elected prime minister’s effects to a political system

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As written in the article, the idea of directly elected prime minister was active in 3 states – Italy, Israel and Japan. These three discussed this way of legitimating prime minister not accidently. All of them had especially low rate of government’s survivals. Israel and Japan had slightly more than 30%, Italy – only about 18%. For comparison, the average ‘rate of survival’ is about 46%. In all of these countries radical and more touching changes and system updates where hardly implement. Since that is not a problem for effectively working system, more complicated ones require better flexibility.
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