What is a coalition government? Mention any two limitations of a coalition government.

 

Answer:

Answer to be written in the exam:

  • A coalition government is formed by an alliance of two or more political parties usually when no single party enjoys the majority support of the members of the legislature. 

Limitations: 

  • The Prime Minister has to accommodate different groups and sections in his party as well as among his alliance partners.

  • He also has to heed the views and positions of coalition partners and other parties, on whose support the survival of the government depends.
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