Civics

# State the Cabinet's role in the formulation of policies of the Government.

##### SOLUTION
The Cabinet is primarily a policy formulating entity and shoulders following responsibilities:
• It discusses and decides all sorts of national and international problems confronting the country.
• The Cabinet directs Parliament for action by suggesting a policy and it gets the approval of its policy with a majority in Parliament.
• The Cabinet decides what Bills shall be promoted in a session of Parliament.
• The Cabinet is responsible for the whole expenditure of the State and for raising necessary revenues to meet it.
• The President makes a large number of appointments on the recommendation of the Cabinet.

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