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Seyd, Ben (2004)
Publisher: Constitution Unit (UCL)
Languages: English
Types: Other
Subjects: JN, JN101
This Briefing analyses the initial experience of coalition government in Scotland and Wales. Scotland\ud has been ruled by a coalition administration since the first devolution elections in 1999; Wales\ud experienced a coalition for over half the first term of the National Assembly. It is thus a good time to\ud review the early experience of power-sharing government: to explore how the coalition arrangements\ud worked, what adaptations have been made to these arrangements, and what further reforms might be\ud necessary in future.
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