IAS (Admin.) IAS Mains GS Paper 2 (Governance, Polity, Social Justice, & IR) Constitution-Historical Underpinnings Study Material (Page 13 of 19)

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Making the Constituent Assembly of India: Dominant Concerns of the Constitution Makers- Preamble, Indian Model, Features of Indian Constitution- Federal to Unitary Feature Separation of Power, Parliamentary Model

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Dominant Concerns of the Constitution Makers

The Preamble of the constitution encapsulates, in brevity, the concerns that weighed heavily on the minds of the members of the Constituent Assembly

Preamble

We, The People of India, having solemnly resolved to constitute India into a Sovereign Democratic Republic and to secure to its citizens:

  • Justice; social economic and political;
  • Liberty of thought, expression, belief, faith and worship;
  • Equality of status and of opportunity; And to promote among them all
  • Fraternity assuring the dignity of the individual and the unity of …

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Making the Constituent Assembly of India: Amendment Procedure, Absolute Majority, Affirmative Action, Secularism

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Amendment Procedure

  • Ambedkar asserted in the Constituent Assembly itself that “the principles embodied in the constitution are the views of the present generation” and may be found unsuitable in the future. In such an eventuality, therefore, the future generation can make suitable adjustments to the constitution.
  • Simple majority:
  • Changes such as formation of new states,
  • Alteration of state boundaries,
  • Changing the names of states,
  • Citizenship matters,
  • Delimitation of constituencies,
  • Quorum of Parliament, privileges and immunities of members of…

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