In countries that have both a president and a prime minister, who usually has more power?
There are several which have both. Some are Algeria, Mongolia and Syria.
- 3 weeks ago
In Russia, it's whichever Putin currently occupies.
- Jeff DLv 73 weeks ago
It varies. Sometimes the President is just a ceremonial head of state (like the British monarch, only elected) with the real power held by the Prime Minister (see Israel or Germany). In the three examples you listed, however, the President has more power than the Prime Minister.
- MurzyLv 73 weeks ago
The PM .
- Red FoxLv 63 weeks ago
Usually the Prime Minister.
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- Anonymous3 weeks ago
Which countries are those?