Politically, this term takes three basic meanings:

The first: It indicates the harmony that existed between workers, especially in the nineteenth century, in confronting the employers in order that they did not perform their work except for a specified wage, which is similar to that of parties.

The second: denotes the implicit grouping between two or more states with the aim of dragging another country to submit to a certain policy. The history of modern Europe has known several coalitions of this kind, such as the English – German – Austrian – Russian coalition directed against Napoleon I.

The third: denotes every government in which several political parties are allied to secure the majority within the representative councils; This type of government is known in expansionary parliamentary systems as (coalition government)


Sources and references:

Dr. Abdel-Wahab Al-Kayyali and others, The Political Encyclopedia, The Arab Foundation for Studies and Publishing, Part One.

SAKHRI Mohamed
SAKHRI Mohamed

I hold a Bachelor's degree in Political Science and International Relations in addition to a Master's degree in International Security Studies. Alongside this, I have a passion for web development. During my studies, I acquired a strong understanding of fundamental political concepts and theories in international relations, security studies, and strategic studies.

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