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Why do we elect the president in two rounds? One-round system triggered coups in power, says Pechinka

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In two-round elections in the first round, only the one who gets more than 50% of the votes can be elected. When there is no such person, the two strongest from the first round go to the “fil” in the form of the second round. There, one of the candidates will logically receive a qualified majority. Why is one choice not enough? You will learn from the video.

In almost all European countries where the president is directly elected by the citizens, a two-round system is used. The main argument in favor of its introduction is that it is necessary that the important function of the head of state be elected by a majority of voters. If only one-round elections had worked, the winner would be the one with the most votes in the first round, which may require only a third of the votes. Why is this not enough, why is a second round needed and what can happen? Reflex commentator Bogumil Pečinka will explain it to you in the video at the beginning of the article.

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