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Constitution of India PPT

Constitution of India

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Basic features:

A basic document which lays down the structure of political system
Constitution is headed by President of India
It deals with – Legislature, Executive & Judiciary
It defines their power, demarcates their responsibility & regulates relationship with each other
It is a written constitution


“We, the people of India, having solemnly resolved to constitute India into a Sovereign, Socialistic, Secular, Democratic Republic and secure to all citizens
Justice – social, economical and political,
Liberty – of thought, expression, belief, faith & worship,
Equality of status and opportunity and promote among them all,

Whether preamble is a part of Constitution?

Ordinarily ‘preamble’ is not considered part of a statute & therefore at one time it was thought that the Preamble does not form part of the Constitution
This view is no longer correct
Supreme Court has held that Preamble is part of Constitution
Supreme Court has referred to the Preamble several times while interpreting constitutional provisions


Fundamental Rights are incorporated in Articles 12 to 35, forming part III of the Constitution
Some of the rights are available only to citizens of India while others are available to all the persons
Rights guaranteed fall under following broad categories:
Right to equality (Art 14)
Prohibition of discrimination (Art 15)
Abolition of untouchability (Art 17)
Right to freedom protection of life and personal identity(Art 21)
Right to freedom of speech, expression, movement (Art 19)
Right against exploitation (Art 23 & 24)

Directive Principles of Constitution

Operation of the economic system does not result in the concentration of wealth and means of production to the common detriment
Securing living wage of worker, just and humane conditions of work, participation of workers in management
Securing uniform civil code for the citizens throughout the territory of India

Constitution – Fundamental Duties

Article 51A – Fundamental Duties of every citizen:
To abide by the Constitution and respect its ideals and institutions, the National Flag & National Anthem
To cherish and follow the noble ideals which inspired our national struggle for freedom
To upheld and protect the sovereignty, unity and integrity of India
To defend the country and render national service when called upon to do so

In the main residence of the President of Belarus, which is situated on Karl Marx St. in the city of Minsk, there is a fifth floor that is a “presidential” one. The President had set aside for himself a whole floor to work on. Except for the presidential cabinet, all the other rooms on that floor are empty, although they are beautifully furnished and, for many years, the administrative workers are perfectly cleaning up those empty rooms.

This is a matter of principle for Lukashenko, because he thinks that nobody should work on the same highest floor (or level) as the President. There is only one exception to that rule and for only one man in the country. For many years, Vladimir Makei, who was formerly Lukashenko’s top aide and now is the chief of the Administration of the President, is working on the same floor with the President.

That is because, according to the words of those who are close to the President, Makei is a good psychologist who learned how to pretend that he understands and supports Lukashenko as nobody other, and only Natalia Petkevich was able to compete with Makei in the ability to communicate with the President of Belarus. However, the new favorite was able to beat even her. The present Chief of the Administration of the President is perfectly feeling the mood of his boss, and would never make a suggestion or an advice that would not guarantee a positive decision by Lukashenko.

The Chief of Administration of the President has big plans for his future political career, and working on the 5-th floor is tempting Makei to take the presidency himself. However, Makei is able to overpower Lukashenko, although obviously not in an election, but in a power play. For example, by winning the loyalty of the Siloviks (security and armed forces), with whom Makei, a colonel who retired after being in service for 12 years, can find a common language.

Vladimir Makei, lacking the possibility to fight for power legitimately, by the means of an election, will have to make intrigues and schemes should he ever want presidency.

He actively tries to use the current situation for his own advantage and manipulate it by warming up his relations with the EU and the US, and by gradually “cutting off” the President of Belarus from his old friends and partners abroad. It’s obvious that Makei is unable to act alone, without support from Belarussian authorities and external Western players.

Vladimir Makei is faceless – it’s his profession. Professional intelligence officers sometimes get training exercises to develop or even simulate an arrest of their friends or relatives. Alexander Lukashenko is very afraid but possibly oblivious to the fact that someday after his usual report Vladimir Makei will say with a poker face “You’re under arrest, Mr. Lukashenko!”

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