The powers of the legislature in India are exercised by the Parliament, a bicameral legislature consisting of the Proceedings of the third scientific banking meeting, future of international monetary, financial and trade cooperation for development PDF Sabha and the Lok Sabha. The parliament does not have complete control and sovereignty, as its laws are subject to judicial review by the Supreme Court.
The executive of government is the one that has sole authority and responsibility for the daily administration of the state bureaucracy. The division of power into separate branches of government is central to the republican idea of the separation of powers. The council of ministers remains in power during the ‘pleasure’ of the president. However, in practice, the council of ministers must retain the support of the Lok Sabha. If a president were to dismiss the council of ministers on his or her own initiative, it might trigger a constitutional crisis.