A coalition or electoral alliance is a vehicle by which like-minded political parties can come together to fight an election and/or to collaborate in parliament in order to ensure that their voice and their political beliefs have a better chance of being heard. This is based on the principle that in order to achieve anything in a democracy it is usually far easier when done collectively. And by making it easier for smaller parties to get elected, coalitions or alliances are also a means by which minority views can be heard.

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