a governing body formed by multiple parties who must compromise on principles
Coalition governments occur in places where no one party is in the majority.
According to some reports, he will step aside to allow Finance Minister Evangelos Venizelos to form a coalition government.
It could be a part of some coalition government in the future.
This means that if he wants a majority in Parliament, he will have to form a coalition government.
McCain dismissed Western concerns over an Islamist-led coalition government, if there is one, when asked by The Daily Beast.
That will be a difficult balancing act, because his social-democratic party PvdA is in a coalition government with the VVD.
Theoretically and in practice he has been opposed to coalition government, for, in his belief, it divides responsibility.
It has been asked why a coalition government was not formed to wage the war.
But here, four years of coalition government have left us practically where we were.
Then came a political crisis and the formation of a coalition government.
It was most essential then that our men should cast a solid vote for the coalition government.