Civics

What is the tenure of office of the Prime Minister?


ANSWER

He does not have a fixed tenure


SOLUTION
Ideally, the tenure of the Prime Minister is five years. However, he can resign before the completion of his term or he can be removed if a vote of no-confidence motion is passed against him. 
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