The essence of the two-party system is that there are two strong parties, each of which is capable of taking power and exercising it independently. One of the two parties wins an absolute majority of seats in parliament. The other in this case becomes oppositional. There is a “hard” and “soft” bipartisan system. The main difference between the two types of bipartisanship is quantitative and based on the level of discipline of both parties. “Hard” bipartisanship presupposes the discipline of voting, “soft” does not.
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