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More Parties, More PPGs, More Problems? On the Minimum Personal Requirement of Parliamentary Party Groups in Croatia

Oliver Kannenberg orcid id orcid.org/0000-0002-1536-3571 ; Institute for Parliamentary Research, Berlin, Germany


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Party-based groups of representatives, henceforth referred to as Parliamentary Party Groups (PPGs), are the central institutional link between voters, parties, and parliaments. They enable politically like-minded MPs to act as a cohesive collective in a more empowered position, establish electoral accountability, promote internal differentiation (horizontal and vertical), and are an important recruitment pool for public offices. Although these functional attributions were initially exclusively related to Western European parliaments, they have in recent years also proven their validity in post-communist states of Central and Eastern Europe

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parlament, demokratsko predstavništvo, parlamentarni klub, parlamentarna fragmentacija, Srednja i Istočna Europa

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283605

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/283605

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