The four Administrative or Executive Powers of the Union Parliament are:
Administrative or Executive Powers of the Union Parliament
Monetary Controls: The Parliament can move a cut motion when the Union Budget is under consideration. The Parliamentary Committee ensures that the public money is spent in accordance with Parliament’s decision.
Censure Motion and No Confidence Motion: If the Parliament disapproves of some action policy of the Union Council of its members they can move a Censure Motion which would result in the resignation of the government and against an individual would not have that effect. They can also carry out a No-Confidence Motion.
Adjournment Motion: The routine business of the Parliament can be postponed by this and the House can discuss the government for its acts of omission or commission.
Question Hour: Through this the parliament seeks information from the Governement about its policies and performance. The first hour in both Houses is allotted for this.
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