Presidential Survival and the Impeachment Process: The United States and Colombia
VICTOR J. HINOJOSA and ANÍBAL S. PÉREZ-LIÑÁN compare the attempted impeachments of Presidents Ernesto Samper of Colombia and William J. Clinton of the United States. They show that public opinion and executive-legislative politics account for the survival of both presidents.
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