Parliamentary and Presidential Systems

Q: Which of the following is not correct about Presidential system of Government?

(a) :  In this there is spread of education
(b) :  In this elections are periodically held
(c) :  It this there is no fixed tenure for the political executive
(d) :  It is most suited to poor nations
(e) :  In it the head of the state is only nominal
Answer:  It is most suited to poor nations
Explanation:  

Q: In a Parliamentary form of Government cabinet meetings are presided over by:

(a) :  The President
(b) :  Speaker of the Lower House
(c) :  Chairman of the Upper house
(d) :  The Prime Minister
(e) :  None of the above
Answer:  The Prime Minister
Explanation:  

Q: In India the President of the republic is elected in the same manner as head of the state:

(a) :  In U.S.A.
(b) :  In U.K.
(c) :  In Pakistan
(d) :  In Bangladesh
(e) :  None of the above
Answer:  None of the above
Explanation:  

Q: In Presidential Government:

(a) :  President is the head of state
(b) :  The executive is subordinate to the legislature
(c) :  The legislature is subordinate to the executive
(d) :  The legislature and executive are independent of each other
(e) :  None of the above
Answer:  The legislature and executive are independent of each other
Explanation:  

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