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Answered 2015-07-27 12:08:37

A parliamentary democracy means that the political power is held by an elected parliament representing the people.

Election to govern with the elected candidate representing the combine will of the constituents who elected them to office.

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A constitutional parliamentary democracy is a type of parliamentary democracy which is governed by a constitution.


What is an example of parliamentary democracy?

The Government of the United Kingdom is a parliamentary democracy.


What type of government does Saint Lucia have?

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This type of democracy is called a Parliamentary Democracy or a Parliamentary Republic.


What Is china democracy presidential or parliamentary?

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How do citizens participate in a Parliamentary Democracy?

Citizen participate in Parliamentary Democracy by voting in elections.


Is Israel a democracy?

Yes. It is a parliamentary democracy.


What is the democracy in UK?

The UK is a Parliamentary Democracy.


What country in Central America is a parliamentary democracy?

Belize has a Parliamentary democracy because of their British backround.


Is Brazil a parliamentary democracy or a presidential democracy?

presidential democracy


Has parliamentary form of democracy failed in India?

No , i don't think parliamentary form of democracy has failed in India


Who makes the decision in parliamentary democracy?

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