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what is the constitution?
Constitution is the set of rules which tells about the political structure of the country is the supreme law of the land which provides convenience as well as regulations for all the citizens living in a country.
There are generally two types of Constitution
In the written constitution there is the supremacy of the Constitution
In the written Constitution the Constitution is the mother of the Parliament
In the Written Constitution, the Constitutional Amendments are very tough and in all the cases it requires a special majority of 2/3rd
In the written Constitution the Constitutional Amendments can be reviewed by the court of law
In the unwritten constitution, there is the supremacy of the Parliament
In the written Constitution the Constitution is the Child of the Parliament
In the Written Constitution, the Constitutional Amendments are very easy
and flexible and in all the cases it requires a simple majority of 50%+1
In the written Constitution the Constitutional Amendments cannot be
reviewed by the court of law
The Preamble of the Constitution says India is
The word sovereignty has been taken from the French Constitution. India adopted the concept of sovereignty in the year 1952. A sovereign country is a country that is not only physically free but it is also free to make its own policies and laws i.e there is no interference of any foreign country while making the policies and laws by the government of India
A socialist country is a country where the policies and laws which are made by the government are not anti-social. The ideas of socialism in India were given by Mahatma Gandhi and that’s why Indian socialism is known as Democratic
Socialism or Gandhian Socialism. Gandhi believes in the idea of a mixed economy where not only the government sector but also the private sector works for the betterment of society.
A secular country is a country where there is the absence of religion i.e. a country which is not having its own state religion. In India positive form of secularism is
followed where all the religions have been given equal right
A democratic country is a country where the government of the country is elected by people and where all the citizens of the country have the right to take part in the elections. In the democracy, there is the concept of the Bi party or the Mute party
System. Democracy is further divided into direct and indirect democracy.
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Republic country is a country where the head of the country comes through the
the electoral process and not through the hereditary process