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In multiparty democracies, a coalition agreement is an agreement between the parties that form the cabinet. It codifies the most important goals and objectives of the cabinet. It is often written by the leaders of the parliamentary parties.
- Conservative–Liberal Democrat coalition agreement (United Kingdom, 2010)
- One Wales (Wales, United Kingdom, 2008)
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