Rate this: +15 -6 Ramachandran said: Jul 3, 2014 Having a Presidential form of government for certain period as said by Kavya is the need of today in India. The allocation of portfolios among the Ministers is the prerogative of the Prime Minister. He is the 18th Governor to be sworn in as Governor of this Himalayan State. No bill tabled by the Council of Ministers can become law unless it is approved by the Parliament. In presidential system, the three organs of government are independent of one another. Chamberlain made way for Mr.
Rate this: +13 -18 Suresh Kumar said: May 3, 2013 India need more refined form of government. The Prime Minister serves as the Chief of Government, leader of the political party with majority representation in Parliament, an advisor to the President, and the head of the Council of Ministers. The legislative branch does have some authority over the executive branch of government. Accusing fingers were raised against unscrupulous politicians, the unwieldy party system and unhealthy administration. The supreme court is the highest judicial forum and final court of appeal under the , the highest constitutional court, with the power of. Supreme court Building of the. However, the fulfillment of both the conditions is not possible since in the case of America and Switzerland, the government is more stable than responsible, while in Indian and British systems, the government is more responsible and less stable.
There is a vast body of civil servants who constitute the permanent executive. Disadvantages: However no system is completely foolproof. Therefore, it is difficult to take decisions promptly. To add to this there is a separation of powers and the power must be shared. In the United Kingdom, the opposition forms a shadow cabinet for the cabinet of the government, so that they can become ready for the role. From every ward, there is a Sabhashad, elected by the voters, whereas one Mayor elected separately. This enables him to take bold and quick decisions without any interference of the ministers.
More than a quarter of the union government's tax revenues is shared with the state governments. Democracy and Social Change in India: A Cross-Sectional Analysis of the National Electorate. The Parliamentary system makes the tackling of such a situation effective as this mechanism allows easy removal of a bad leader in three legal ways, namely, vote of confidence; removal by the party; removal by the Prime Minister. Parliament This system is prevalent in the countries like United Kingdom, India, Japan and Canada. So these are the steps to be taken if the president goes tyrant. The twelve members who are nominated by the President are not entitled to vote in the Presidential elections. This change has increased and widened the powers of the Executive with respect to the Parliament.
In view of the legislative support and the formidable power at its disposal the cabinet virtually becomes dictatorial. Rate this: +29 -9 Sv Madhusudan said: Nov 27, 2011 People say that presidential form may lead to dictatorship, so parliamentary form is good. And it is very difficut to change the form of government and that too in India. This power rests with the legislature. The Prime Minister then appoints the. Therefore my following points will be useful in having a true and able government, which will really take care of the society.
He has the power to summon and prorogue both the Houses. Contrasting to the conditions prevalent in India, the legislators work only for the purpose of staying in office and holding power. Rai, Should India change its parliamentary system? Which of the following are features of parliamentary form government in India? He is not tied to or subordinate to the legislature. In addition, states that do not levy sales tax on sugar, textiles and tobacco, are entitled to 1. Regulation of slaughter houses and tanneries. Indian Presidency The elected members of both the houses of the Parliament, the Legislative Assemblies of all the states of India elect the President who serves for a period of five years. Therefore, semi-direct democracy type of participatory democracy along with technology would be in the interest of the nation.
There is absence of close relationship between the executive and the legislature. However, the situations are getting better as claimed by the French president. If the criminal runs for office, a rational person would not vote for this criminal. Santhanam, referring to the Presidential system in the U. The agricultural sector is overburdened and the economy needs a wave of modernization and industrialization for sharing the burden and pacing up its growth and development of the country, which appears to be impossible in the current conditions of perverted form of democracy. The President can not act without the advice of the Council of Ministers.
Also, Germany where under the constitution the votes on a candidate nominated by the federal president. Our then President, Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed declared the Emergency under Article 352 of the Indian Constitution. The membership of the House is distributed among the states in proportion to their population. The executive is not accountable to the legislature. An early example of parliamentary government developed in today's Netherlands and Belgium during the 1581 , when the sovereign, legislative and executive powers were taken over by the from the then-monarch,. Unlike, in Presidential form, persons other than those working in the legislature can be appointed as secretaries. Under this system of government, India has both a President, who is the Head of State, and a Prime Minister, who is the Chief Executive of the executive branch.
However, as can be seen through provisions in the 1689 Bill of Rights, the English Revolution was fought not just to protect the rights of property in the narrow sense but to establish those liberties which liberals believed essential to human dignity and moral worth. The legislature has the right to seek detailed information about the working of the government from the ministers, which they cannot refuse to provide. They are elected directly or indirectly by the people. Previously under some systems, such as the British, a ruling party could schedule elections when it felt that it was likely to retain power, and so avoid elections at times of unpopularity. This makes the whole process of voting less democratic in nature. In the of India, the ultimate responsibility for running the administration rests with the elected representatives of the people which are the ministers. The Participatory democracy is inclusive of deliberative, consensus, anticipatory and semi-direct democracy.