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Parliamentary system in India
Excerpts from papers and speeches presented at the National Seminar on Constitutional Goals, held in New Delhi, May 2-3, 1981.
|Statement||edited by H.N. Mota.|
|Contributions||Mota, H. N., Indian Society for Social Democracy., National Seminar on Constitutional Goals (1981 : New Delhi, India)|
|LC Classifications||JQ215 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||82 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||82|
|LC Control Number||81905080|
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Parliamentary Democracy in India and. Communists and Parliamentary Democracy. The Study of Factionalism in the Congress Party. Reviews: 1.‘Why India Needs the Presidential System’ by Bhanu Ebook, Harper Collins, PagesRs The discussion over ebook form of government and parliamentary form is not new.
Prior to independence, after independence, even till the adoption of the constitution, the efficacy of the parliamentary form of government has seen a sharp debate/5(24).