After election results, when there is no single party which enjoys the majority support of the members in the Legislature, two or more parties come together and form government. Such a government is known as coalition government. The three constraints or limitations on the powers of Prime Minister of coalition government are
(i) The Prime Minister has to accommodate different groups and factions in his party as well as his alliance partners.
(ii) He has to pay attention to the views and positions of his coalition partners for the survival of his government.
(iii) The agenda and policies of the government ate usually decided as a common minimum programme which includes all the views and demands of coalition partners.