Avaliando a literatura sobre o sistema presidencialista brasileiro pós 88
Silva, Welton Alves da
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This dissertation is a revision of the post-1988 Brazilian presidentialism, analyzing the available literature. The surveys point to a conclusion that the Brazilian presidentialism has gained reasonable levels of institutionalization, contradicting many of the criticisms raised about the potential for institutionalization. This establishment was in large measure because the stabilization of the party system that has polarized yourself arround of the seven main parties, improving its internal functioning and the consistent performance in National Congress, thus minimizing the possible effects of high fragmentation and especially becoming able to provide effective support in the executive branch. This, in turn, has taken it upon themselves to use very effectively the powers and mechanisms to its disposal to enforce its agenda of government, becoming away from the conflict between the powers and the feared decisional paralysis, as predicted. Summarizing, despite his apparent problems in the post-1988, in the Brazilian presidentialism prevails an important democratic character that certainly keep the process of institutionalization of the country.