A) Executive controls the Legislature
B) Executive and Legislature are strictly separate
C) Judiciary controls both Legislature and Executive
D) Legislature controls the Executive
Correct Answer: D
Solution :[d] In a parliamentary democracy, you have a Prime Minister, who is first elected as a member of parliament, then elected Prime Minister by the other members of the parliamentary legislature. However, the Prime Minister remains a part of the legislature. The legislative branch makes the laws, and thus the Prime Minister has a hand in law-making decisions. The Prime Minister works directly with other people in the legislature to write and pass these laws. Furthermore, in parliamentary systems, the legislature has the right to dismiss a Prime Minister at any time if they feel that he or she is not doing the job as well as expected.
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