The Cabinet is a small body of senior members of the party who are included in the Council of Ministers. Cabinet Ministers hold important portfolios and decide major policies of the government. The Cabinet is the nucleus of the administration as important decisions are taken by it. The policies formulated by the Cabinet Ministers have to be followed by other ministers. The Prime Minister selects the senior and the most trustworthy members of his party and advises the President to appoint them. Two Legislative functions of the Cabinet are
Two Legislative functions of the Cabinet
In the Parliamentary system Cabinet has an important role in the field of Legislation. It performs the following Legislative functions:
(i) The Cabinet guides the Parliament for action.
(ii) It recommends to the President, the promulgation of ordinances when Parliament isnot in session.
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