Parliamentary and Presidential Systems

Q: In Presidential system of government,the head of the stae:

(a) :  Cannot be removed by the legislature
(b) :  Can be easily removed by the legislature
(c) :  Can be removed by the legislature through a very difficult process
(d) :  None of the above
(e) :  None of the above
Answer:  Can be removed by the legislature through a very difficult process
Explanation:  

Q: Whether a Government is Parliamentary or not is decided on the basis of relationship of the executive with:

(a) :  Legislature
(b) :  Judiciary
(c) :  Civil servants
(d) :  Local self-Government institutions
(e) :  None of the above
Answer:  Legislature
Explanation:  

Q: Presidential form of government is prevalent in:

(a) :  U.S.A.
(b) :  India
(c) :  U.S.S.R.
(d) :  England
(e) :  Canada
Answer:  U.S.A.
Explanation:  

Q: Parliamentary form of Government today is commonly known as:

(a) :  Totalitarian Government
(b) :  Authoriatarian Government
(c) :  Prime Ministerial Government
(d) :  None of the above
(e) :  None of the above
Answer:  Prime Ministerial Government
Explanation:  

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