The article presents considerations on the advantages of Parliamentary regimes over presidential and semi-presidential ones, in relation with the preservation of democratic systems. However, in the specific case of Peru, it does not seek to demonstrate that, if such a regime were adopted, it would constitute the most advisable option, nor that the forceful overthrowing of democratic governments will be avoided. Rather, it is claimed that parliamentary regimes provide a more flexible framework for resolving political crises, and therefore diminish the likelihood of the disruption of democracy.
|Translated title of the contribution||The parliamentary regimes and democratic stability|
|State||Published - Jul 1991|
- Estabilidad política