pizza parliament
 n.— «Pizza parliament is a semi-derogatory term used to describe the parliamentary system in Italy (and other countries) where there are so many political parties that it is impossible for any one of them to have a majority and governments fall and elections held in what seems to be every couple of months.» —“Ontario’s pizza parliament” by Arthur Weinreb Canada Free Press (Toronto, Ontario, Canada) Jan. 22, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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