Asked • 05/05/19

Are there countries where a group is elected instead of a single leader?

I mostly know about the French government and a couple of European ones. In all cases, you vote for a single leader (President, Prime minister, ...), which then forms his government by choosing their ministers. In my opinion, it could be more efficient to vote directly for each minister, because you can't (and maybe shouldn't) ask a single man to have all the answers on many different topic (economy, education, health, justice, ...). So my question is, are there any country in which you vote for each minister (or equivalent) instead of selecting a single party or leader?

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Claire L. answered • 05/05/19

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