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Is a presidential democracy better than a parliamentary?

  • It is better

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  • It is better

    We are doing a speech on this and just for all of you guys to know Parliament would win the debate because their are a lot more people for parliamentary system on here, so therefore you will lose. K k k k k h h h h h h h

  • A presidential democracy is better than a parliamentary.

    Often, a country needs a strong leader. A president is much better at solving a country's problems in a crisis than a parliament and Prime Minister. A president can make bold and drastic moves, and, indeed, the president is the face of a nation. Everyone knows who the American president is, but most people don't know who the Prime Minister of Canada is.

  • No, parliament allows for more interaction.

    No, a presidential democracy is not better than a parliament, because the parliamentary system is more accountable to the people. Anyone who watches Prime Minister's Questions knows that the English Prime Minister is accountable to the people. Meanwhile, people are too quick to criticize the American presidents. The parliamentary system is more approachable.


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