Before the constitutional amendment: i) Panchayats in villages and municipalities in urban areas were set up in all states but these were directly under the control of the state government.
ii) Local government did not have any power or resources of their own.
After the constitutional amendment: i) Now it is constitutionally mandatory to hold regular elections to local governments.
ii) At least one-third of all positions are reserved for women.
an example of shared power
A republic versus a constitutional monarchy.
In a constitutional government, the constitution provides "clearly recognized limits" on governmental power. In a government that simply has a constitution, there are few limits on the power of the government.
Your question answers itself. A constitutional government has its' own constitution. A constitution was made for the people. So who changed the constitution? Mr. Corporation maybe?
A constitutional government is a political system governed by a document that outlines the basic rights of citizens and limits of the power of the government. A nonconstitutional government is usually a monarchy or dictatorship, where there are no limits to the powers of the leader or leaders.
a constitutional government has laws that basically everyone has to follow unlike a non-constitutional government in which the ruler has absolute and total control.
How have the differences in constitutional structures and responsibilities of the House and Senate affected the development of the 2 chambers
the form of government constitutional based
What form of government is based on a constitutional division of power between national and local government
In Canada, they have a Constitutional Monarchy & a Parliamentary-Cabinet type government. In America, we have a Presidential-Congressional type government. But both countries are democracies.;]
This is a ridiculous question, obviously a constitutional government has a constitution that is the basis for it's law. An unconstitutional government does not.
Both governments are democratic in form, but there are many structural differences between them. great Britain is a constitutional monarchy as well.
A constitutional government follows a constitution, which is an outline/framework of the government. That means that the country cannot disobey the constitution, however, they can modify/change it in a process that the constitution allows. For example, in the US, if the constitution wants to be changed by adding an amendment, 3/4 of the states need to vote in favor. A dictatorial government is one that is completely run by a dictator. They get to do whatever they want and do not follow anything but their own choices. Such an example would be Nazi Germany, run by Hitler.
They are both in countries
similarities----- they both promote liberty and equality differences----- they created a limited constitutional monarchy and the us is a republic
nationalizing it and giving it constitutional protection
The Tenth Amendment.
Which court are constitutional matters between the central authority and the state government arbitrated in nigeria
Federal government is based on a constitutional division of powers between national and local governments.
A constitutional Government is obliged to work within the frame work of what it is authorised to do according to rules set out in the constitution. A non constitutional government can do whatever it wants.
the dictatorial has unlimited power by the head of government or head of state
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