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タイトル: Interaction of powers in the Philippine presidential system
著者: Kawanaka, Takeshi
川中, 豪
キーワード: Internal politics
Executive-legislative relations
Policy process
Issue Date: Apr-2010
出版者: Institute of Developing Economies, JETRO
引用: IDE Discussion Paper. No. 233. 2010.4
抄録: The executive - legislative relations in the Philippines have been described in two contrasting stories, namely the "strong president" story, and the "strong congress" story. This paper tries to consolidate the existing arguments and propose a new perspective focusing on the "compromise exchange" between the president and the congress across the different policy areas. It considers that the policy outcome is not brought by unilateral power of the president or the congress, but formed as the product of such an exchange. Interaction of powers and their complementary function are addressed. Furthermore, aside from the constitutional power, the weak party discipline is pointed out as a key factor in making the exchange possible.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2344/894
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