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The head of the executive branch in a parliamentary system is called the


Question

The head of the executive branch in a parliamentary system is called the

Options

A) prime minister

B) president

C) majority leader

D) senate president

E) governor general


The correct answer is A.

Explanation:

In parliamentarianism, the executive branch is led by a council of ministers, headed by a Prime Minister, who are directly accountable to the legislature and often have their background in the legislature (regardless of whether it is called a “parliament”, an “assembly”, a “diet”, or a “chamber”).

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  • In parliamentarianism, the executive branch is led by a council of ministers, headed by a Prime Minister, who are directly accountable to the legislature and often have their background in the legislature (regardless of whether it is called a “parliament”, an “assembly”, a “diet”, or a “chamber”).