THE PROBLEMS IN MULTIPARTY SYSTEM IN THE INDONESIAN PRESIDENTIAL GOVERNMENT SYSTEM

Widayati Widayati, Winanto Winanto

Abstract


The presidential system of government is deemed incompatible when compared with a multiparty system because it will cause government instability. The elected president is likely to not get parliamentary support. Indonesia is one of the countries with a multi-party presidential system. The existence of political parties cannot be avoided, because Indonesian society consists of various ethnic groups, religions, races and cultures. Political parties are diverse, there are religious parties, nationalist parties, and nationalist-religious parties. Simplification of political parties is needed to ensure the stability of government. Permanent political party coalitions can be an alternative solution. 

Keywords : presidential, multiparty system


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