The four pillars of democracy are _______________.
the President, the Prime Minister, the People and the Press
the Parliament, the President, the Judiciary and the Press
the Parliament, the Executive, the Judiciary and the Press
none of the above
Four pillars of Democracy are Legislature, Executive, Judiciary and Press.
- Legislature - It is responsible for making and adoption of laws in the country. Parliament is a legislative body.
- Executive - It is responsible for implementation of the laws in the country. Prime Minister’s Cabinet and Government Ministries are executive bodies.
- Judiciary - It is responsible for interpretation and application of the laws. By that Judiciary keeps the other two pillars in check and prevents misuse of political power. Courts are judiciary bodies.
- Press - It is responsible for controlling the activities of other pillars and keeping the public informed about them. It represent the eyes and ears of general public