Is there anything special that makes Germany have such stability for its head of government? [duplicate]

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Mar 02, 2022 02:24 PM 0 Answers
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The following image shows the quite extraordinary political German stability in the government, namely how much a head of government can survive:

Angela Merkel's tenure as Chancellor compared to heads of government in the EU and UK

Wikipedia shows a somewhat similar situation in the last decades either: only three heads of government in almost four decades.

I am wondering about can the German political system can ensure such stability. The Netherlands comes near this stability, but the vast majority of other EU countries have a way bigger "fragmentation".

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