As we have seen that there are four types of categorical propositions namely A, E, I and 3-propositions having respectively the logical structure of the form “All S is P”, “No S is P”, “Some S is P” and “Some S is not P”.
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The British Parliament is commonly acknowledged to be the “Mother of Parliaments”. It has also been the best model of a system where the Opposition is officially recognised as His (or Her) Majesty’s Opposition.
The opposition parties in India are not properly organized and so they do not have a leader who commands respect and who can keep the opposition united. Such an opposition is generally rife with conflicts.
The very essence of democracy is dissent and debate. As a government of, for, and by the people it must work through discussion and persuasion. Unfortunately, things have not been going on in a healthy manner in the Indian democracy.