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Should Parliamentary Systems Enforce Proportional Representation?
Parliamentary systems should implement proportional representation.
Proportional representation systems lead to more stable governments by virtue of coalition governments being formed.
Proportional representation systems lead to better policies.
The elected government best represents the will of the people in a proportional representation system.
Proportional representation systems make it easier for far-right and radical fringe politicians to win seats in Parliament which is bad for democracy.
Proportional representation reduces political accountability.
Proportional representation makes it more difficult to represent minority and regional interests.
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