What is a Parliament?
The parliament of a country acts as the absolute legislative authority that consists of 2 different houses. In India, these 2 houses are called Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha and both the houses are presided over by the Indian President. So, what does a parliament do? Keep reading to learn the functions of a parliament:
- Making or abolishing the laws
- Monitoring the cabinet
- Amending the constitution
- Monitor the judiciary system.
- Electing the President and Vice President of India
Why do we need a Parliament?
The parliament of our country upholds the democratic values upon which our government is established. It allows the Indian citizens to participate in the decision-making process and voice their opinions.