Parliamentary Democracy

  • (noun): A democracy having a parliament.

Some articles on democracy, parliamentary, parliamentary democracy:

Social Democracy - History - Second International Era, 1889-1914
... One of the key founders of contemporary social democracy was Eduard Bernstein, a proponent of reformist socialism and an adherent of Marxism ... advocated that socialism should be achieved through parliamentary democratic means where-ever possible ... between capitalism and socialism for disregarding Marx's emphasis on the role of parliamentary democracy in achieving socialism as well as criticizing Kautsky for his idealism of state socialism ...
Czechoslovak Constitution Of 1920 - Parliamentary Democracy
... The parliamentary system that was installed created a complicated system of proportional representation, where there were relatively few constituents for each representative ...
Constitution Of India - System of Government - Parliamentary Democracy
... The Prime Minister and the Council of Ministers exercise their offices only as long as they enjoy a majority support in the Lok Sabha, the lower house of the Parliament, which consists of members directly elected by the people ... The ministers are answerable to both the houses of the Parliament ...
Adolf Stoecker - Life
... As Parliamentary democracy spread throughout Germany, and in particular Prussia, Stoecker saw the need for mobilizing grass-roots support for his reforming agenda ... strategy of the party was in combating the influence of materialistic radical Marxist Social Democracy among workers ... ability to use their wealth in influencing the new Parliamentary democracy would be limited, so allowing a chance for Parliamentary democracy to reform the new social order back ...

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    No democracy can long survive which does not accept as fundamental to its very existence the recognition of the rights of minorities.
    Franklin D. Roosevelt (1882–1945)