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CLASS IX POLITY: PARLIAMENT BY CHARU MODI
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PARLIAMENT PARLIAMENT an assembly of elected representatives exercising supreme political authority on behalf of the people. At the state level this is called Legislature or Legislative Assembly. Parliament consists of the President and two Houses, Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha o
NEED OF PARLIAMENT the final authority for making laws control over the government so long as they enjoy support of the Parliament control all the money that governments have. the highest forum of discussion and debate on public issues and national policy. ernment so long as they enjoy supportof
Two Houses ofParliament Most large countries divide the role and powers of the Parliament in two parts. They are called Chambers or Houses. HOUSE OF THE PEOPLE - directly elected by the people exercises the real power on behalf of the people. COUNCIL OF STATES -- elected indirectly * performs some special functions. Eg--look after the nterests of various states, regions or federal units
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN LOK SABHA AND RATYA SABHA * Joint session .Lok Sabha exercises more powers in money matters. 'The Rajya Sabha can only delay it by 14 days or suggest changes in it.
The Lok Sabha controls the Council of Ministers. no confidence' in the Council of Ministers, all ministers including the Prime Minister, have to quit. The Raiva Sabha does not have this power. The Raiya Sabha does not have thi s power