Q.1 Distinguish between  unitary and federal govt.

Asked by debaratib24 | 5th Jul, 2015, 09:15: PM

Expert Answer:

Federal governments are different from unitary governments in many respects.
In the union government, there is either a single governments or the provincial or state governments that are subordinate to the central government and owe their power to it. The centre can steamroll its will on the constituent units of the government through official quarters.
However, in the federal government, the state governments have power of their own and may use it in a Constitutionally mandated manner without having to kowtow to the central government. In essence, in a federal system, both the central as well as state governments are separately responsible to the people.

Answered by Akanksha Kaul | 6th Jul, 2015, 02:53: PM

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