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Year 2014-03-28 
Issue 12

Can Government Governs without Proper Majority and Against President's Will?

Jacek Haman
Instytut Socjologii Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego

2014-03-28 (12) Decyzje

Abstract

The primary way to implement the government’s agenda is to pass government bills. In the Polish constitutional system „cabinet coalition” need not to be a „winning coalition” in the „game of passing the law”. Despite this,
cabinets, despite some obstacles, quite effectively implement its legislative
program. Article indicates the importance of factors other than the mere number of MPs supporting the government or support of the president. Better access to resources such as information, time, opportunity to submit amendments, the possibility of controlling parliamentary agenda, make the position of the governing parties and cabinet in the legislative process relatively much stronger.

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Haman, J. . (2009). Can Government Governs without Proper Majority and Against President's Will?. Decyzje, (12), 5 24. Retrieved de https://journal.kozminski.edu.pl/index.php/decyzje/article/view/102 (Original work published 2014-03-28)

MLA style

Haman, J. . “Can Government Governs Without Proper Majority And Against President's Will?”. 2014-03-28. Decyzje, no. 12, 2009, p. 5 24.

Chicago style

Haman, Jacek . “Can Government Governs Without Proper Majority And Against President's Will?”. Decyzje, Decyzje, no. 12 (2009): 5 24. https://journal.kozminski.edu.pl/index.php/decyzje/article/view/102.