Presidential Form of Government
NATURE OF THE SYSTEM:
Presidential form of government , is a government in which the chief executive is not responsible to the legislature. Bagehot, " the independence of the legislative and the executive powers is the specific quality of presidential government just as fusion and combination is the principle of cabinet government". If we compare cabinet and presidential systems , we can find that they are both representative in character, but in cabinet system the executive is a part of legislature and responsibility of executive
to legislature is sine quo non . In presidential form of government the executive, i.e., PRESIDENT is constitutionally independent of legislature. They are two distinct organs more or less separated from each other. The executive is not the creature of legislature, nor is it responsible for its public acts or dependent for its seat. The head of the state exercise real power, as it derives from the constitution and as such there is no distinction between a executive and the executive.
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