Which of the following institutions can make changes to an existing law of the country?

a. The Supreme Court

b. The President

c. The Prime Minister

d. The Parliament

 

Answer:

Explanation:

A parliament is a legislature. More specifically, “parliament” may refer only to a democratic government’s legislature. The term is derived from the French parlement, the action of parler a parlement is a discussion. The term came to mean a meeting at which such a discussion took place. It acquired its modern meaning as it came to be used for the body of people. who would meet to discuss matters of state.

Let’s discuss all the options:

  1. Supreme Court- settles disputes between various government authorities, between state governments, and between the centre and any state government.

  2. President- primary duty of the president is to preserve, protect and defend the constitution and the law of India as made part of their oath

  3. Prime minister- acts as the leader of the house of the chamber of parliament —generally the Lok Sabha

  4. Parliament - Can make changes to the existing law of the country.

So, the correct answer is (d).

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