What are the merits and demerits of Parliamentary and presidential forms of government? Under the parliamentary system, there is proper co-ordination of legislative and executive policies..
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On the basis of relationship between the executive and the legislature, government may be classified as Parliamentary and Presidential.
It is the prerogative of the Prime-minister to take any person who is the member of the parliament into his ministry and to drop anyone. So shuffling of the ministry is not contrary to parliamentary democracy.
Parliamentary democracy in India has become a farce. For the proper working of parliamentary democracy many pre-requisites are needed ; till the leaders are responsible and conscious of their duties and responsive to the public opinion.
Governments have been classified on the basis of relationship of the political executive with the legislative branch. If the executive is answerable and responsible to the legislature it is called Cabinet form of Government or Parliamentary form of government.
The system was evolved in England after centuries of experiments, adaptations and modification. It was England's gift to India. It has worked well in England as also in USA, France etc. with counter-checks.