Prime Minister of India: A Comparative Constitutional Analysis

by Carmo D'Souza

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In 1998 , the Vajpayee coalition government lost the confidence motion by a single vote . The opposition was unable to form the new government and the nation had to resort to the ballot. The debate at that staged raged on the Constitutional provisions on confidence and no confidence motion as found .....more


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In 1998 , the Vajpayee coalition government lost the confidence motion by a single vote . The opposition was unable to form the new government and the nation had to resort to the ballot. The debate at that staged raged on the Constitutional provisions on confidence and no confidence motion as found in various countries of the world.

The booklet deals with the Indian Constitution as regards the office of the Prime Minister of India and compares those provisions to the ones in the Japanese, German, Portuguese and French Constitutions. The material is discussed under subtitles such as : a) Appointment of Prime Minster , b) Principle of Collective Responsibility, c) Prime Minister and Confidence in Parliament, d) No Confidence Vote, e) Vesting of Executive Power, f) Advice of the Council of Ministers, g) Situations when the Government has to resign and , h) The dismissal of the Prime Minister.

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ISBN 0000000000000
Category Politics and Current Affairs
Language English
Edition First
Published in 2001
Publisher Agnelo D'Souza
Condition Brand New
Pages 56
Width 6.0 inches
Height 9.0 inches
Tags Politics

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