IAS (Admin.) IAS Mains GS Paper 2 (Governance, Polity, Social Justice, & IR) Constitution-Amendments Study Material (Page 1 of 30)

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Types of Amendments

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Types of Amendments

  • The procedure of amendment makes the constitution of India neither totally rigid nor very flexible; it is rather a mixture of both. Some provisions can be changed easily and some others require special procedure, despite the fact that India is Federal state the proposal for amending the constitution can be initiated only in either of the house of the Parliament and the state legislature has no such power.
  • In case of ordinary legislation, if both the houses of Parliament disagree, a joint session is convened but in case such cases of the amendment of constitutional a…

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No Confidence Motion and Censure Motion (Rev.)

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No Confidence Motion and Censure Motion (Rev.)

  • In a parliamentary system a no-confidence motion is a statement or vote that the government is no longer deemed fit to remain in office while a censure motion carries no such threat.
    • A no-confidence motion demonstrates to the head of state that the elected Parliament no longer has confidence in the government.
    • In India, the Council of Ministers is collectively responsible to Lok Sabha and it remains in office till it enjoys confidence of majority of the members in the Lok Sabha.
    • Thus, a motion of no-confidence is moved to remove the council of ministers and oust the government from office.
    • Accordi…

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