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Title: Egzekutywa we współczesnych reżimach demokratycznych
Authors: Glajcar, Rafał
Keywords: egzekutywa; reżimy polityczne
Issue Date: 2013
Citation: Athenaeum. Polskie Studia Politologiczne, Vol. 38 (2013), s. 183-203
Abstract: Analyzing the relationship between the legislative and executive power helps to understand that the modern democratic political regimes are usually described on the basis of three typical models: parliamentary, presidential and semipresidential. They are more or less differentiated internally, which naturally makes it difficult to conduct research. This is the effect of competition on the political institutions, which takes place between the political actors, seeking to create the most rational, from their perspective, institutional structure. As the result, these types of activeness are beginning to blur the boundaries between classical models of political regimes, and creates institutional arrangements eclectic, built on the basis of specific solutions for different models of democratic political regimes. Additionally we shouldn’t remain indifferent to the changes in the sphere of noninstitutional determinants of the functioning of the various political regimes. The procedure of identifying general trends in the processes of governance in the modern world becomes possible to notify similarities in the functioning of the executive in the various models of democratic political regimes. The trend in strengthening the executive bodies, especially the bodies with single actors is against the traditional models of democratic political regimes. This also determines the subsequent changes, and one of the most important is the growing centralization of decision-making processes, coordinated and controlled by the chief executive.
ISSN: 1505-2192
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