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The idea of ‘Single Citizenship’ taken from which country?

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The idea of ‘Single Citizenship’ taken from which country?
posted Jun 6, 2019 by Ati Kumar

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Influence of other constitutions

British Constitution
Parliamentary form of government
The idea of single citizenship
The idea of the Rule of law
Institution of Speaker and his role
Lawmaking procedure
Procedure established by Law

United States Constitution
Charter of Fundamental Rights
Federal structure of government
Electoral College
Independence of the judiciary and separation of powers among the three branches of the government
Judicial review
President as supreme commander of
armed forces
Equal Protection under law

Irish Constitution
Directive principles of state policy

Australian Constitution
Freedom of trade and commerce within
the country and between the states
Power of the national legislature to make
laws for implementing treaties, even on
matters outside the normal Federal jurisdiction
Concurrent List
Terminology for the Preamble

French Constitution
Ideals of Liberty, Equality and Fraternity

Canadian Constitution
A quasi-federal form of government —
a federal system with a strong central government
Distribution of powers between the central government and state governments
Residual powers retained by the central government

Constitution of the Soviet Union
Fundamental Duties u/a 51-A
A Constitutionally mandated Planning Commission
to oversee the development of the economy

Other Constitutions
Emergency Provision u/a 356, Weimar Constitution (Germany)
Amendment of Constitution, South Africa
Due Procedure of Law, Japan

answer Jun 7, 2019 by Debolina Charaborthy