Definice semiprezidencialismu – řešení či nové otázky?

Jakub Šedo

Abstrakt

This review essay discusses new definition of a semipresidential system, which has been introduced by Miloš Brunclík and Michal Kubát in their book Kdo vládne Česku? (Who Governs in Czechia?). Advantages and problems of their definition are discussed, with the result that the definition is interesting and generally correct. However, some modifications to the definition are proposed. Subsequently, arguments put forward against the Post-duvergerian definition of semipresidentialism are critically evaluated, including alternatives to the definition proposed by Brunclík and Kubát. The essay closes by presenting alternative ways of dealing with the dispute over the definition of semipresidentialism among Czech political scientists.

Bibliografická citace

Šedo, J. (2018). Definice semiprezidencialismu – řešení či nové otázky?. Středoevropské politické studie, 20(1), 69-80. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.5817/CEPSR.2018.1.69

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Semipresidentialism; Definition; Political Systems; Czech Presidency

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