In What Way Does the Parliamentary Executive Differ From a Non-Parliamentary Executive?

In a Parliamentary system, the President is only the head of the State and not the chief head of the executive. He is bound by the advice of his ministers. In the Presidential system, the President is both the head of the State and the chief executive. He is not bound by the advice of his secretaries. A parliamentary form of Govt. tends to be more responsible but less stable, Where as a non-parliamentary form is more stable but less responsible. A parliamentary Govt. must resign the moment it loses the confidence of the majority of the parliament. But in the presidential form of Government, the executive cannot be dismissed.

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