Evaluate the power-sharing system in India.
The different power-sharing forms in modern democracies are as follows :
- Power is shared among different organs of a government such as the executive, the legislature and the judiciary.
- Power is shared among governments at different levels. Example: a government for the entire country and governments for different regions in the country.
- Power is shared among social groups such as linguistic groups, religious groups, etc.
- Power is shared among political parties, movements, and pressure groups. They try to control and influence the one in power.
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