It is in the parliamentarism that the parliamentarian has the power to change the government. In the presidentialism, one can provoke the traumatic impeachment, something that should only be used in case of hecatomb. In the Second Empire of Brazil, the country was parliamentarist. The impression people have is that governments were stable at the time. Total misleading. Who was stable was the chief of State. The governments lasted in average nine months, time of a human gestation. Also in the Republic one can have stability in the State leadership, as long as the government is exercised by the prime minister. Cacildo Marques's book "Presidentialism Direct: illusion and distillate" shows how much Brazil has lost, especially in the area of education, the basis of all social progress, for insisting on the presidential regime of direct election, which is destructive, and much more absolutist than the Indirect Presidentialism, which has its checks and balances.
Direct Presidentialism in South America: Illusion and Distillate
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