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Principio mayoritario y regímenes presidenciales en América Latina
Revista de Estudios Políticos
Principio mayoritario; democracia; democracia presidencial; pluralismo; Estado de derecho. Abstract This essay deals with the majority principle, its nature and its effects on political development in various contexts. It argues that the implementation of that principle varies according to distinct forms of government: while the parliamentary democracies in Europe have continuously restricted the application and impacts of majority rule, the presidential democracies in Latin America have seendoi:10.18042/cepc/rep.171.02 fatcat:7r72k7nkp5fetlnaeqcrrxog6a