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TNPSC Constitution of India: Borrowed Features of Constitution

BORROWED FEATURES OF INDIAN CONSTITUTION

FROM UNITED KINGDOM (UK)
  • President (Nominal Head
  • Cabinet System of Ministers
  • Post of Prime Minister
  • Parliamentary Type of Government
  • Bicameral Parliament
  • Lower house more Powerful
  • Council of Ministers responsible to Lower House
  • Speaker in the Lok Sabha
  • Single Citizenship
FROM USA
  • Written Constitution
  • Executive State Known as President and his being the Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces
  • The Vice President Ex-Officio Chairman of Rajya Sabha
  • Fundamental Rights
  • Supreme Court
  • Provision of States
  • Independence of Judiciary and Judicial Review
  • The Preamble
  • The Removal of Supreme Court and high Court Judges
FROM RUSSIA (USSR)
  • Fundamental Duties
  • Five Year Plan
FROM AUSTRALIA
  • Concurrent List
  • Language of the Preamble
  • Provisions Regarding Trade, Commerce and Intercourse
FROM JAPAN
  • Law of which the supreme Court Function
FROM GERMANY (WEIMAR CONSTITUTION)
  • Suspension of Fundamental Rights during the Emergency Period
FROM SOUTH AFRICA
  • Procedure of Constitutional Amendments
FROM CANADA
  • Scheme of federation with a strong center
  • Distribution of Powers between Center and the States and Placing.
  • Residuary Powers with the center
FROM IRELAND
  • Concept of directive Principles of State Policy
  • (Ireland Borrowed it  from Spain)
  • Method of Election of the President
  • Nomination of members in the Rajya Sabha by the President



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