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Presidential Form of Government-Some Fundamental Propositions

Presidential Form of Government Some Fundamental Propositions Anil Nauriya IT is deceptive 10 say that the presidential form of government, particularly as proposed in the current discussions on the subject, would be just another form of democracy. In the latest formulation put across by, V P Sathe, the Union Minister for Chemicals and Fertilisers (presumably with more substantial backing) the President is to be chosen directly by the entire Indian electorate. There are two sets of consequences here which have been completely missed in the entire debate so far.

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