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The concept of single citizenship has been adopted from which country?
1. USA
2. France
3. Italy
4. UK

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Correct Answer - Option 4 : UK

The Correct Answer is UK(United Kingdom).

  • The concept of single citizenship has been adopted in India from the United Kingdom's British constitution.
  • Citizens of India have access to only one form of citizenship. It is impossible to be both a state citizen and a citizen of the world.
  • This promotes patriotism by fostering solidarity across ethnic and cultural divides.
  • It also promotes fundamental freedoms such as the freedom to travel and live anywhere in the country.
  • The Indian Constitution grants all residents of the nation single citizenship.
  • People of the nation are all individuals, regardless of where they live in the states or territories.
  • In contrast, in the United States, a person is both a citizen of the United States and of the state in which he or she lives.

 

Name of Countries  Borrowed Features of the Constitution
USA

Impeachment of the president

Functions of the president and vice-president

Removal of Supreme Court and High court judges

Fundamental Rights

Judicial review

Independence of judiciary

The preamble of the constitution

France

Concept of  “Republic”

Ideals of Liberty, Equality and Fraternity(contained in the Preamble)

United Kingdom

Parliamentary government

Rule of Law

Legislative procedure

Single citizenship

Cabinet system
Prerogative writs

Parliamentary privileges

Bicameralism

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