What Are the Disadvantages of Coalition Government?

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Disadvantages of a coalition government is that there is no cohesive vision that is shared. Thus, a coalition government will find it hard to formulate public policy they can agree upon. Most coalition governments are formed to accommodate both or more parties and usually, this is only for political convenience rather than to attain a specific goal/s.
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