Robert Elgie has begun posting lists of cases of cohabitation in semi-presidential systems. He is going by country, and has just put up Austria.
His definition of cohabitation is the same as mine:
cohabitation is defined as the situation where the president and prime minister are from different parties and where the president’s party is not represented in the cabinet.
It just so happens that I, too, have been collecting a list of cohabitation cases. It seems that cohabitation accounts for about 12.5% of all presidential tenure in semi-presidential democracies since around 1945.
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