Parliamentary System of Government

1. Which articles discuss about the parliamentary system at the state level?

Articles 163, and 164
Articles 164 and 165
Articles 165 and 166
Articles 162 and 163

2. What is a parliamentary system of government?

Separation of powers between Judiciary, executive, and Legislative
The executive is responsible to the Legislative
People select the government of the day
fixed executive system of government.

3. Which of following are the features of the parliamentary government?

Political heterogeneity
Majority party rule
Nominal and Real executives

4. What do you understand by Double membership?

The minister should be a member of both the houses
It is not necessary for the minister to be a part of the parliament
The ministers are members of the state and the central legislature
Ministers are members of both executive and legislative.

5. Which of this is not fixed executive system?

Non- responsible government
Non-parliamentary government
Westminister government
Presidential government

6. Which of the following is merits of Parliamentary system?

Responsible government
Prevents Despotism
Wide Representation
Dictatorship of the Cabinet

7. Which of the following are distinctions between Indian and British Models of parliament?

India is a republican system, and British is a monarchy
Both systems are based on the sovereignty of Parliament.
Britain has a shadow cabinet
The British system has a system of legal responsibility for the minister.

8. Identify which of the following is not a feature of the Presidential System?

Stable government
Narrow representation
Separation of Powers
Collective responsibility

9. Which of the following does not support the reasons of adoption of the Parliamentary System in India??

Familiarity with the system
The nature of the Indian Society
Lesser responsibility
Avoiding the legislative and executive conflicts

10. With respect to the form of government, which of the following is not similar to the others.

Sri Lanka