Cross- Party Relations and Political Transitions: Negotiations and Compromise

Political Parties have a duty to the public to work together in the interests of the political system as a whole. Although it is important for parties to have distinct political positions, they must be ready to compromise and to reach political settlements at times of transition and serious conflict. Nevertheless, some political parties can see negotiation and compromise as a sign of weakness, particularly at times of crisis and upheaval in the political system.

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