The Powerful American Presidency.
The American democracy system has always been a unique system. The American system is drastically different from, for example, the English system or the Canadian system. In a parliamentary system, the prime minister's party does not have full control of the government. The seats are divided between all the parties, according the number of votes they earned. The winning party may have the majority, but usually not an overwhelming majority. The prime minister's powers are very limited, because he has to follow his party and the parliament. In the Canadian system, parliament can call fo…
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