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Answers and Feedback Piku Kumar an hour ag Hardik Siroha-20 hours ag Ans In united states of American there is presidential form of government where as India have a parliamentary form of government. The election of president and vice President, is technically an indirect election where as in India prime minister is elected by direct election and the president is elected indirectly President in US is just like PM in India # only natural born citizen of USA is a lowed to contest election, where as in he/she will only be citizen of India. # Minimum age to contest US election president) is 35 year but in India it is 25 years for lok sabha and 30 years for rajya sabha( upper house). Term of office of US President is 4 years and is generally began on 20th January where as in it s 5 years. #President of US can only be eligible for re-election once, means he can hold the office for only two terms whereas in India he can fight election for any number of times ##In India , there is a separate body to conduct elections called election commission of India and state election commission but there is no such provision in US constitution and every state is free to conduct there own elections as their convenience. # In US the presidential candidate and the party will select "electors" in each and every states.These electors will make electoral collage (538+3 states of Columbia)Electors will be directly elected by people. # Big role of big states-if a candidate secures 50% votes from a state then India and USA are world's largest and oldest democracies respectively. Elections are integraljindispensable and imperative component of any democracy. The election systems of two democracies have similarities as well as differences. The similarities are: 1. Both have elections for head of state and head of government. In USA President plays both the roles. 2 Both grant universal adult franchise to their citizens 3.Both empower people to make the choices in a free and fair manner 4 President is elected indirectly in both of them. However there are some differences also: 1. USA provide for indirect election for head of government while in india the leader of party with 273 or more votes becomes the head of government who in turn is elected directly 2 USA has concept of winner takes all electoral votes for President election while same is absent in India. 3.USA has single transferable vote while India has first past the post svatem for PM and sinale transferable vote for one more doubt-In the viseo, sir had mentioned that to win one should focus on smal states But as far as l understand to win one must forcus on larger states having more electoral votes and more importantly on LARGE SWING STATES. nt i Hardik Siroha 11 ous s ya thats something even i don't know why he mentioned, perhaps he meant that campaigning will be easier there Pooja Yadav 18 hours ago India is a constitutional democracy with a parliamentary system of government and at the heart of the system is a commitment to hold regular, free and fair elections. These elections determine the composition of the government the membership of the two houses of parliament,the state and union territory legislative assemblies and the presidency and vice-presidency. parliamentary elections in the United Kingdom should be seen as a referendum on the performance of sitting MPs.not merely as a snapshot nationwide opinion poll determining party voting weights for the next parliament. The electoral system affect the degree of which voters may hold their representatives to account for their actions in the previous parliament changes which would diminish this accountability mechanism should be resisted Saumya Pandey 11 ok thanks again cleard my concepts hi.. i mentioned small states as you have low coat benefit ratio you try to swing the vote by making effort on the small population compare that to big states like Ohio and Califorina.ofcourse you have to focus on them as well but you have to decide your
QUESTION for Writing Practice How to effectively tackle the menace of Left wing extremism. How serious threat does it pose to our national security. Critically Analyse.
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