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What is the main DIFFERENCE between a presidential democracy and a parliamentary democracy?
A President controls a country and a Prime Minister controls a state.
A Prime Minister does not belong to a political party while a President always does.
A Prime Minister has more power than a President.
A President is elected directly by the citizens, while a Prime Minister is elected by the Legislature.
In a parliamentary system, who is the head of government?
In this type of government, the 3 branches of government are separated by checks and balances.
Which type of government has the executive and legislative branches intertwined, whereas in the other one they stay separate?