Civics

Prime Minister occupies a unique position in the Parliament. How?


SOLUTION

The Prime Minister occupies a unique position in the Parliament because of the following reasons:

  • The Prime Minister is the chief spokesperson of the Executive as well as the leader of the Lok Sabha.
  •  The Prime Minister holds the power to dismiss and appoint ministers and can ask a blundering minister to resign. 
  •  The Prime Minister directs as well as defends the policies of the Executive.
  •  The Prime Minister is responsible for intervening in the controversial matters and settling the debate.
  •  The Prime Minister’s resignation automatically dismisses the whole cabinet.
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