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How are presidential and parliamentary systems similiar?

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    This site describes several ways that presidential and parliamentary systems are similar.

    http://www.undp.org/governance/docs/Parl-Pub-govern.htm

    Note that they are both democratic and have a separation of powers between the three branches of government.

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    Thanks! That helped out a bunch! I didn't have any problems finding differences between the two. I was just stumped on how they were alike.

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    You're welcome.

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