GK Questions on Union Legislature for Competitive Exams

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The following section consist of Union Legislature. Take the quiz with answers and improve your overall knowledge. A legislature is a deliberative assembly with the authority to make legislation for a political entity such as a country or city. Legislatures form important parts of the majority of federal governments; in the splitting up of powers version, they are commonly contrasted with the exec as well as judicial branches of government. Law passed by legislatures are called legislation. Legislatures observe and also steer controlling actions as well as usually have special authority to change the spending plan or spending plans associated with the process. In a democracy, legislators are most generally widely elected, although indirect political election and appointment by the executive are additionally used, particularly for bicameral legislatures featuring an upper chamber. 

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GK Questions on Union Legislature for Competitive Exams

Q.1 What can be the maximum interval between two Sessions of Parliament?

(A) 3 months

(B) 4 months

(C) 6 months

(D) 9 months

Ans .  C

Q.2 How are legislative excesses of Parliament and State Assemblies checked?

(A) Intervention from President/Governor

(B0 No-Confidence motions

(C) Judicial review

(D) General elections

Ans .  B

Q.3 Which of the following not member of Parliament has the right ot address it?

(A) Attorney General of India

(B) Solicitor General of India

(C) Chief Justice of India

() Chief Election Commissioner

Ans .  A

Q.4 In order to be recognised as an official Opposition Group in the Parliament, how many seats should it have?

(A) 1/3 of the total strength

(B) 1/4 of the total strength

(C) 1/6 of the total strength

(D) 1/10 of the total strength

Ans .  D

Q.5 Which functionary can be invited to give his opinion in the Parliament?

(A) Attorney General of India

(B) Chief Justice of India

(C) Chief Election Commissioner of India

(D) Controller and Auditor General of India

Ans .  A

Q.6 Age of a candidate to contest Parliamentary election should not be lesser than.

(A) 18 years

(B) 21 years

(C) 25 years

(D) 26 years

Ans .  A

Q.7 The most important features of the Indian Parliament is that….

(A) it is the Union Legislature in India

(B) it also comprises of the President

(C) it is bicameral in nature

(D) the upper House of the Parliament is never dissolved

Ans .  B

Q.8 Japan’s Parliament is known as …..

(A) Diet

(B) Dail

(C) Yuan

(D) Shore

Ans .  A

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