Governor is the first citizen of a state. He is selected to this post. Then why is that President the first citizen of the country is not selected ...
Asked by Mungara Reddy, 02 Aug '12 04:25 pm
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Governor is appointed by the president based on recommendation of Union cabinet. Where as president is elected by members of Assmebly, rajya sabaha and parliamentAnswered by saranathan Narasimhan, 03 Aug '12 04:51 pm
There is some misunderstanding.Governors are appointed by ruling party without any selection process only by their merit of doibg good for the party But The President is Selected by MPs,MLAs of all states.Answered by rekha agarwal, 02 Aug '12 04:32 pm
All international treaties and agreements are negotiated and concluded on behalf of the President. However, in practice, such negotiations are usually carried out by the Prime Minister along with his Cabinet (especially the Foreign Minister). Also, such treaties are subject to the approval of the Parliament. The President represents India in international forums and affairs where such a function is chiefly ceremonial. The President may also send and receive diplomats, i.e. the officers from the Indian Foreign Service. The President is the first citizen of the country.Answered by Psycho, 02 Aug '12 04:29 pm