The "President of India" is called the "nominal head", "nominal executive" or the "constitutional Head of the State" because even though the country is run in the name of the President. In reality the country is run by a "Council of Ministers" the head of which is the "Prime Minister". Hence the real power lies with the "Prime minister" due to which the "Prime minister" is called the "real head".
1.Parliament is the final authority for making laws in any country due to this law making or legislative task it also known as legislature Parliament all over the world are the final authority for making new laws mending for advertising existing loss
2, the government cannot spend a single penny without the session of parliament in other words Parliament controls all the money that governments have
The "President of India" is designated as the "constitutional Head" of the State also known as the "nominal executive". He is elected by MP and MLA from India. The government of the company is run by "President". However, in reality, the President runs the government with the advice given by "Prime Minister" who heads the "Council of Ministers". So, "Prime Minister of India" is named as "Real Executive".
president of India is called nominal head because of following powers he posses:
Financial powers:-. To say the President is the keeper of the national purse and the government cannot use even a single paisa without his consent. BUT the Constitution says that the President must follow the advice of the prime minister and his cabinet of ministers. The financial minister is said to present the annual budget on the behalf of the president but in reality it is prepared by the ministers and the President is just to sign it before it is presented.
Legislative powers:-. The Constitution says that every bill passed by the Parliament must be ratified by the President before becoming a law. The President has three choices - To give his consent … send back the bill to Parliament with or without his suggestions for a review ( however these suggestions are not binding to the Parliament.) And if the Parliament sends the bill back with or without any amendments , the President has to sign it …. And third refuse to give his consent. Usually the president goes for the first choice , rarely second and almost never for the third.
Executive powers :- As per the Constitution the President is the first citizen of the country, the de-jure head of the country. But the de-facto head (actual head) is the PM. The President represents India in various international meets , gives off the prestigious awards to the countrymen but he has no right to make any promise to help any other country. He can declare emergency only when he receives a written request from the PM to do so.
However the President has the right to decrease the punishment of any criminal from capital punishment( death sentence) to life long detention without any interference from the central government.
all the decisions are taken by prime minister of the country in the name of president
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