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  Coalition government - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
A coalition government, or coalition cabinet, is a cabinet in parliamentary government in which several parties cooperate.
Coalition cabinets are common in countries where the parliament is proportionally representative for several political parties.
Sometimes a coalition government is also created in times of large difficulties, for example war, to give the government a high degree of political legitimacy and acceptability diminishing internal political strife.
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Sometimes a coalition government is also created in times of national difficulties or crises, for example during wartime, to give the government a high degree of political legitimacy and acceptability whilst also diminishing internal political strife.
Helmut Kohl´s CDU governed for years in coalition with the FDP, From 1998 to 2005, Gerhard Schröder´s SPD was in a coalition with the Greens.
However, the devolved government in Scotland is run by a coalition of Scottish Labour and the Scottish Liberal-Democrats, as Labour does not have a majority in the Scottish Parliament.
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 ipedia.com: Coalition government Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
While the former are prone to internal struggles, they have less reason to fear votes of non confidence.
Coalition cabinets are usual in countries where the parliament is proportionally representative for several political parties.
Countries that often have a coalition cabinets include the Nordic countries, the Benelux, Germany, Italy, Turkey, Israel and India.
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The Provisional Government accepted the resignation of Foreign Minister Milyukov and War Minister Guchkov, and made a proposal to the Petrograd Soviet to form a coalition government, while the war raged on.
Despite its decision of March 1 (14) forbidding members of the Soviet to join the Provisional Government, the Soviet's Executive Committee, at a special meeting held on the night of May 1 (14), accepted the proposal of the Provisional Government.
At the end of the Civil War, due to Lenin's steadfast struggles and lucid understanding, the government greatly relaxed its repressive controls once necessary during the Civil War, allowed many political parties into the government, and the NEP was introduced.
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