Directly Elected President And Bipolar Politics
|Sketch portrait of Ram Baran Yadav, President of Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
The idea of a directly elected president should be a topic separate from federalism. It should be discussed in its own right, because it is a fairly important topic.
The provision of a directly elected president would turn the country bipolar. There might be more than 30 political parties, but if the executive president were to be elected directly, those 30 parties will be forced to join one of the two poles, and that perhaps would be good for political stability in the country.