Presidential form of Government

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  • The President or Governor is the executive head of the Government
  • The President is free to select his Cabinet (Ministers / Deputies etc). The Cabinet is answerable to the President.
  • This form of Governance frees the Government from sectional and political disputes.
  • President is free to select the best talent even from outside the elected representatives.

Examples

The American Government is an example for the Presidential form of Government

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