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Election Commission
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In this lesson Charu throws light on Election Commission and its functioning. The composition is also discussed briefly. It also deals with challenges to free and fair election.

Charu Modi is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Charu Modi
Having completed Masters in Law with gold medal from Lucknow University, qualified NET in July 2018 and has taught at Ambition Law Institute

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mam please try to add some examples whichever given in the book like of south Africa in short
Mam, please elaborate the meaning of "answerable" with example. Thanku !!
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nice mam.god bless you.plase laxmikant also.it will be greatttttttttt help.
  1. CLASS IX POLITY: ELECTION COMMISSION BY CHARU MODI


  2. ABOUT ME B.A.LL.B.(Hons.) From National Law University Lucknow Pursuing LL.M. National and International moot court competition winner Wrote mains Interest: dance, reading Rate, Review, Recommend, Share Follow me at : http://unacademy.In/user/charumodi


  3. ELECTION COMMISSION The Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) is appointed by the President of India. not answerable to the President or the government. EC takes decisions on every aspect of conduct and control of elections from the announcement of elections to the declaratiorn of results. It implements the Code of Conduct and punishes any candidate or party that violates it


  4. During the election period, the EC can order the government to follow some guidelines, to prevent use and misuse of to enhance its chances to win elections, or to transfer some government officials. governmental power . When on election duty, government officers When on election duty, government officers work under the control of the EC and not the government.


  5. CHALLENGES TO FREE AND FAIR ELECTIONS * big and unfair advantage over smaller parties and independents. * candidates with criminal connection. . Some families tend to dominate political parties. * little choice to ordinary citizens. Smaller parties and independent candidates suffer a huge disadvantage compared to bigger parties.


  6. INSTITUTIONS The Prime Minister and the Cabinet are institutions that take all important policy decisions. The Civil Servants are responsible for taking steps to implement the ministers' decisions.