Q. 24.4( 38 Votes )
Why do the people of Nepal want a new Constitution?
The people of Nepal want a new constitution because it is no longer a monarchy. If we look the older constitution of Nepal then the powers are vested in the hands of the king but now when there is democracy in the country a new constitution is needed to reflect the “democratic” ideals of Nepal.
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In which of the following situations is a minister misusing his power:
(a) Refuses to sanction a project of his ministry for sound technical reasons;
(b) Threatens to send his security staff to rough up his neighbour;
(c) Calls up the police station asking them not to register a complaint that is likely to be filed against his relative.NCERT - Social and Political Life-III
Discuss with your teacher what you understand by the term ‘constitutive’. Provide one example of ‘constitutive rules’ from your everyday life.NCERT - Social and Political Life-III
Discuss the difference between State and Government with your teacher.NCERT - Social and Political Life-III
In each of the following situations, identify the minority. Write one reason why you think it is important to respect the views of the minority in each of these situations.
(a) In a school with 30 teachers, 20 of them are male.
(b) In a city, 5 per cent of the population is Buddhists.
(c) In a factory mess for all employees, 80 per cent are vegetarians.
(d) In a class of 50 students, 40 belong to more well-off families.NCERT - Social and Political Life-III
Why do the people of Nepal want a new Constitution?NCERT - Social and Political Life-III
Look at the workings of the two documents given below. The first column is from the 1990 Nepal Constitution. The second column is from the more recent Interim Constitution of Nepal.
What is the difference in who exercises ‘Executive Power’ in the above two Constitutions of Nepal? Keeping this in mind, why do you think Nepal needs a new Constitution today?NCERT - Social and Political Life-III
In what way is the class monitor misusing his power?NCERT - Social and Political Life-III