Presidential activism and government termination in dual-executive Ukraine

@article{Kudelia2018PresidentialAA,
  title={Presidential activism and government termination in dual-executive Ukraine},
  author={Serhiy Kudelia},
  journal={Post-Soviet Affairs},
  year={2018},
  volume={34},
  pages={246 - 261}
}
ABSTRACT The limits on presidential authority in premier-presidential regimes permit legislatures to wield preeminent influence over government formation and termination. This article shows that even without formal powers to dismiss the prime minister, the president may play a decisive role in government replacement. The article compares three successful and one failed attempt by the president to unseat the prime minister in Ukraine under a premier-presidential system. Based on a review of the… Expand
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