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Prime Minister Koizumi continued to run into opposition to his plans for economic liberalization, and much of the resistance came from members of his own party. When his plans to privatize the postal service were rejected by the upper house of parliament in 2005, Koizumi used the occasion to call for early elections. His move resembled the one taken about the same time by the German chancellor in reaction to a political stalemate. The immediate outcome was very different for, in contrast to Gerhard Schroder, Koizumi won a landslide victory.

The Conservatives. On the center-right there is also one leading party that is conservative in a more traditional sense. It is the Rally for the Republic (RPR) that was organized as a neo-Gaullist party. Jacques Chirac played a major role in creating this party during the early 1970s, after de Gaulle's death. It is a neo-Gaullist party-that is, it can be counted on to support measures that will strengthen the armed forces, protect French industry and agriculture, and reinforce law and order. It has taken over some defectors from other parties, notably the UDF.

Almost twice as many (54) are rated as "flawed democracies". Of the remaining 85 states, 55 are authoritarian and 30 are considered to be "hybrid regimes". As could be expected, the developed OECD countries (with the notable excep~ tion of Italy) dominate among full democracies, although there are two Latin American, two central European and one African country, which means that the level of development is not a binding constraint. Only one Asian country, Japan, makes the grade. More than half of the world's popUlation lives in a democracy of some sort, although only some 13% reside in full democracies.

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