Cabinet Government

Q: Cabinet Government is based on:

(a) :  Separation of legislature and executive
(b) :  Fusion of legislature and executive
(c) :  Fusion of legislature executive and judiciary
(d) :  None of the above
(e) :  None of the above
Answer:  Fusion of legislature and executive
Explanation:  

Q: The members of the Cabinet hold office:

(a) :  For a fixed term
(b) :  During the pleasure of the head of the date
(c) :  As long as it enjoys support of majority of the members of Parliament popular house
(d) :  None of the above
(e) :  None of the above
Answer:  As long as it enjoys support of majority of the members of Parliament popular house
Explanation:  

Q: The Cabinet Government is also known as:

(a) :  Absolute Government
(b) :  Responsible Government
(c) :  Non-parliamentary Government
(d) :  Coalition Government
(e) :  None of the above
Answer:  Responsible Government
Explanation:  

Q: Which one of the following features of Cabinet Government has been wrongly listed?

(a) :  The President is the Head of the Cabinet
(b) :  The President enjoys only nominal executive powers
(c) :  There is close co-operation between the legislature and executive
(d) :  All the Ministers of the Cabinet are taken from the same party
(e) :  None of the above
Answer:  The President is the Head of the Cabinet
Explanation:  

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