TO ACCESS THE REASONS FOR THE FORMATION OF A COALITION GOVERNMENT
Keywords: coalition, government, ethics, majority, voting
AbstractIn order to gain a parliamentary majority and establish a government based on that majority, two or more political parties must agree to collaborate. Though, voting rights are guaranteed in democracies but may not be sufficient to create a majority government. The most significant method to participate in politics is by voting which can be accomplished directly or indirectly, in secret or in the open, by mail or in person. Although Indian politics may not yet be the final choice for dishonest and corrupt individuals, they can no longer be held up as a model of what public service should be. Because decisions in a coalition government are reached by consensus and are based on a shared strategy to gain position. The party's regulations must be adhered to in every detail. The possibility that a powerful opposition was in charge of monitoring policy changes and keeping the public informed about them could not be rejected. So, here, the emergence of coalition form will be discussed and reasons that lead to formation of the same.
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