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Answered 2011-09-13 02:44:28

Before Independence, there was a single political party. But now, it is coalition because of coming up new political party in every election. Because of so many political party, no one is able to get the majority of votes during the elections. There is a rule to have a 50% votes as well as majority, otherwise they will unable to form a government that's why there is a coalition government.

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