L'opposition parlementaire en italie et au royaume-uni: Une opposition systémique ou axée sur les enjeux?

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Typologies of opposition which have been created throughout the years have often taken into account systemic factors thought to affect the main characteristics of opposition in each parliamentary democracy, such as electoral and party system, strength and composition of the executive and rules of parliamentary game. This work tries to make a further step, in order to better understand the influence that those variables have on the concrete performance of opposition in Parliament today, by separating the analysis into two distinct levels: one internal, focusing on the relationship among the opposition actors and, in particular, on their organisational cohesion and one external, focusing on the relationship between government and opposition. Two very different cases for what regards the main systemic variables taken in consideration will be investigated: Italy and the United Kingdom.
Original languageFrench
Pages (from-to)93-113
Number of pages21
JournalRevue Internationale de Politique Comparee
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 15 Jul 2011

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