Party System and Legal Provision in India

Ms. Hemlata

Abstract


Party system and the political parties in India have been significantly influenced by cultural diversity, social, ethnic, caste, community and religious pluralism, traditions of the nationalist movement, contrasting style of party leadership, and clashing ideological perspectives. Political parties do not as such find any direct mention in the Constitution of India. By the time the sun set on the twentieth century, the party system in India had developed a plurality of national and regional levels. But this change in the party system in India is also a resonance of the helpless condition of a modern liberal democratic order.

 


Keywords


Government, Political, Constitution, Democratic, Politics

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