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‘Parliamentary form of Government’ functions on the principle of
1. Separation of powers
2. Checks and Balances
3. Close relationship between Legislature and Executive
4. Control of Judiciary on the Executive

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Correct Answer - Option 3 : Close relationship between Legislature and Executive

The correct answer is a Close relationship between Legislature and Executive.

  • The government of India is based on the parliamentary system. The central legislative structure is addressed in Articles 74 and 75, while the states are addressed in Articles 163 and 164.
  • The Parliamentary structure has a number of characteristics that make it superior to the Presidential system.
  • Depending on the relationship between the executive and the legislature, the democratic form of government is divided into two categories: parliamentary and presidential.
  • In a legislative structure, the executive is a component of the legislature, which is responsible for enforcing the legislation as well as contributing to its formulation.
  • Both of these jobs are purely ceremonial. The real head of the government is the Prime Minister.
  • As a result, the Prime Minister has full executive authority. Since the executive powers are concentrated in the cabinet, the legislative government is also known as the Cabinet government.
  • Articles 74 and 75 address the parliamentary system at the federal level, while Articles 163 and 164 address the parliamentary system at the state level.

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