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Governing competency refers to the perceived ability of the party in government to govern effectively. For example, a government might be perceived to be weak if impacted by internal divisions, in which case governing competency would be perceived as low. An opposition party might also have a perceived competency in terms of its readiness for government if it were to take power.
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