From Newly Formed Dutch Government In Netherlands To Germany, Chile These Are The 5 Countries That Have A Coalition Government

In The Recent Past, Many Countries Voted For Elections In Which Many Are Coalition Governments From Gabriel Boric’s In Chile To Mark Rutte’s Dutch Government In the Netherlands

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In simple words, a coalition government is one in which more than one party comes together to form the majority number to establish the government. Sometimes parties with the same ideologies come together whereas at times party with the same agenda forms the government. There are pros and cons of a coalition government in any country but the biggest advantage of having a coalition government is that there are fewer chances of authoritarianism.

While many countries in the world have authoritarian governments like Brazil, Ethiopia, Hungary, Belarus, the UK, etc. Earlier even Israel and the US were on the list but the US voted for leftist Joe Biden and Israel got a new government with Naftali Bennett as the Prime Minister bringing not just the change in government but also the ideological change.

Recently, the Netherlands voted for Mark Rutte to form a government for the fourth consecutive term. Rutte will lead the four-party coalition government. The presidential election also took place in Chile where people elected leftist young candidate Gabriel Boric will also have to form a coalition government as he is supported by the coalition of leftist parties.

Thus we a take a look at five countries that are administered by a coalition government.

Israel- Naftali Bennett

Benjamin Netanyahu’s 12 years regime as the PM of Israel ended in 2021 when Naftali Bennett became the new Prime Minister of Israel. He is leading the massive eight-party coalition government. Many have considered this as a feeble government and thought that it will not sustain as it will lead to chaos and difference of opinion however it has been more than six months now and so far the government is working efficiently.

Germany- Olaf Scholz

Olaf Scholz became the new chancellor of Germany by succeeding Angela Merkel. Olaf Scholz’s government comprises a three-party alliance. The three parties that have formed the government are center-left Social Democrats (SPD), Greens, and business-oriented Free Democrats (FDP). The new government is formed on some common agendas of three parties like making the country more environment friendly, strengthening ties with the EU, etc.

Also Read :The New Era Commences In Germany With Olaf Scholz Becoming The New Chancellor Of Germany

Netherlands- Mark Rutte

Rutte is all set to swear in as the PM of the Netherlands marking his fourth term in the office. The four parties include the People’s Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD), progressive D66, the center-right CDA, and the conservative Christen Unie. These parties have come up with common policies to work on after 225 days long discussion.

Chile- Gabriel Boric

Fighting all the odds and defeating far-right leader Jose Antonio Kast, leftist candidate Gabriel Boric is set to become the new president of Chile. Social Convergence got the support of the Chilean communist party and Chilean socialist party along with other leftist parties. Thus the chile is rooting for a progressive change in the country.

Also Read : Chile Presidential Election: New Era Commences In Chile With Young Learned Leftist Leader Gabriel Boric Becoming The New President; Chile In The Hands Of Visionary

Bulgaria- Kiril Petkov

Kiril Petkov became the Prime Minister of Bulgaria with the four-party alliance. These four parties are- The Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP), There is Such a People party (ITN), the Democratic Bulgaria coalition and the We Continue the Change (PP) party after several rounds of talks this coalition was formed.