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    Parliamentarianism or Parliamentarism is a political ideology which seeks the dominance of a legislative body (parliament) in the matters of sovereignty.


    In this system, the voters would first choose the members who serve in a Parliament. The legislative branch would then decide who will lead the executive. Both the legislative branch and the executive branch are in sync with each other more than in the Presidential system because of this.

    There are two types of parliamentary democracies:

    • Westminster system - Modeled after the UK system, these parliaments have debates that are adversary more often than not. The plenary sessions are more important than committees. Nations with this model have traditionally used first-past-the-post for elections, although many have since adopted forms of proportional representation.
    • Consensus system - Unlike the Westminster system, committees are more crucial than plenary sessions. The debates are utilized to reach a consensus. Countries with a consensus system are more likely to use proportional representation.



    How to Draw

    Flag of Parliamentarianism
    1. Draw a ball.
    2. Fill it with Desaturated Blue.
    3. Draw Crowned Portcullis (logo of the UK Parliament) in white.
    4. Add the eyes and you're done.
    Color Name HEX RGB
    Desaturated Blue #373250 55, 50, 80
    White #FFFFFF 255, 255, 255





    • Caesar.png Caesarism - Get rekt lol.
    • Abmon.png Absolute Monarchism - If you insist on this tyrannical nonsense, Your Majesty, then I'm afraid we'll have no choice but to remove your head with the crown upon it.
    • Prez.png Presidentialism - Democratic Autocracy.
    • Gaddafi.png Gaddafism - He said mean things about me :(

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