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Monday, 12 October 2020

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 The method of electing the President in our country is unique and in a way you can call it the best constitutional way.  The good things of the electoral practices of different countries have been selectively included.  For example, here the president elects an electoral college, but its members are also proportionally represented.



The method of electing the President in our country is unique and in a way you can call it the best constitutional way.  The good things of the electoral practices of different countries have been selectively included.  For example, an electoral college is elected president here, but its members are also proportionally represented.  He gets a single vote transfer, but his second choice also counts.  A special pen is also being used in this time's presidential election.  Also, 55 MPs have been allowed to cast their votes in state legislatures.  To understand the beauty of this election system, you have to understand these points.

See how the President of India is elected


 Indirect Election: The President is elected by an electoral college, ie Electoral College.  It is mentioned in Article 54 of the Constitution.  That is, the public does not directly elect their president, but the people elected by his vote.  This is indirect election.


 Right to vote: In this election, elected members of the legislative assemblies of all the states and elected MPs in Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha vote.  Nominated members cannot vote on behalf of the President in Parliament.  Members of the legislative councils of the states also do not have voting rights, as they are not members elected by the public.

Single transferable vote: Voting takes place in a particular way in this election, which is called single transferable vote system.  That is, the voter gives only one vote, but he decides his priority from all the candidates.  That is, he tells on ballot paper who is his first choice and who is second, third.  If the winner of the first choice votes cannot be decided, then the second choice of the voter is transferred to the candidate's account like a new single vote.  Hence it is called single transferable vote.

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 Proportional representation system: The weightage of votes of MPs and MLAs who vote is different.  The weightage of votes of legislators of two states is also different.  The way this weightage is fixed is called the proportional representation system.




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