Germany's Government: Chancellor Democracy

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A vote of no confidence in the the current Chancellor must also be a vote of confidence for a successor. It was in this way that the current Chancellor, Dr. Helmut Kohl, was elected in 1982.
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Steve Rice Political Science 90 Computer Project The German system of government is often referred to as a "Chancellor democracy" owing to the powers and responsibilities of the Federal Chancellor, head of federal government. The Chancellor is directly elected by the bundestag, Germany's parliament, upon the proposal of a candidate from the Federal President, currently Prof...
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