parliamentary government

Definition of "parliamentary government"
  1. A style of governance where actual executive power is held by a cabinet that comprises legislative members, and this cabinet is accountable to the legislature both as a group and as individuals
How to use "parliamentary government" in a sentence
  1. The parliamentary government has made decisions that reflect the will of the legislature.
  2. Under a parliamentary government, it is the cabinet members who have the real executive power, and they are answerable to the legislature.
  3. The parliamentary government ensures that the executive power is vested in the legislature, ultimately making the cabinet both individually and collectively responsible.

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