The Problem With The Way We Elect A Prime Minister

Boris Johnson Announcing His Candidacy for the Conservative Party Leadership

In Parliamentary Democracies, the people vote for a member of parliament in their riding (Constituency). A government is formed by the single largest party or a party that can form a stable coalition. The Prime minister is the leader of said party or coalition. While the nature of the election and the exact way the people vote (First past the…

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I write on economics, history and data science.

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