IAS (Admin.) IAS Mains GS Paper 2 (Governance, Polity, Social Justice, & IR) Constitution-Historical Underpinnings Study Material (Page 6 of 19)

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Nature of Constitution, Being a Written Constitution, the Implications Are, Federal Structure with Unitary Features

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Nature of Constitution

  • In order to cope with the diversities, geographical factors and historical imperatives, the Indian Constitution has been made the lengthiest of all written constitutions of the world. The Constitution of India has the distinction of being one of the lengthiest written constitutions of the world. Originally there are 373 Articles and 12 Schedules. This bulk is due to several reasons:
  • The framers sought to incorporate the accumulated experience gathered from the working of all constitutions. An elaborate Bill of Rights was engrafted upon a parliamentar…

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Presidential & Parliamentary Form of Government

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Presidential & Parliamentary

  • In a parliamentary system there is no strict separation of powers between the Legislature and the Executive. Indeed, it involves a fusion of legislative and executive powers than a strict separation of those powers. The executive is drawn from the legislative-majority and can count on automatic endorsement of its programmers. A Parliamentary system, unlike the Presidential system, lays emphasis on accountability. The parliamentary system is to be defined by a fusion rather than by a separation of powers. The executive is drawn from the legislative majority…

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