PPSC Lecturer Political Science MCQs Online Test No. 95

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Test Name Lecturer Political Science
Subject Political Science Test 95
Test Type MCQs
Total Questions 25
Total Time 20 Minutes
Total Marks 100
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Lecturer Political Science Online Test No. 95

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Governments are classified as Parliamentary and Presidential on the basis of:

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Customs and conventions are a feature of:

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Which one of the following countries possesses an evolved constitution?

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In a parliamentary form of a government:

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The real executive power under a Parliamentary government rests with:

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Under a Parliament system of government the ministers hold office: A). For a fixed term, and cannot be removed before the expiry of that term.

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In a Parliamentary system of government:

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The Cabinet under Parliamentary government is accountable to:

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The head of the state under a parliamentary government:

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The Parliamentary Government is often described as government by:

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Constitutional government is often regarded as synonymous with:

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The preamble of the constitution means:

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Generally an evolved constitution:

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Who among the following claimed constitution as 'a set of established rules embodying and directing the practice of government'.

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The head of state under a Parliamentary government enjoys:

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A Constitutional government is on which:

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The view that the forms of governments change according to a set-cycle was expressed by:

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In a Parliamentary form of government the members of the Council of Ministers:

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The method of amending the constitution by popular vote is found in:

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Rule of Law as the  'basis of constitutional government' was propounded most brilliantly by:

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A rigid constitution:

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Parliamentary government is based on the principle of collective responsibility which means:

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Which one of the following statements is not correct?

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The Parliamentary government first developed in:

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Parliamentary government is based on:

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