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Jacehan
3 weeks ago#11
The interesting thing about coalition/parliamentary governments compared to ours is that both systems require compromise, it just changes who does the compromising. With multiple parties, the voter picks the one closest to their ideals, and then the parties have to compromise to form the government. In our system, the voter has to compromise to pick the candidate from one of the big parties who has the best chance of winning while being closer to their ideal.
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