Which of the following statements are correct about “holding together” federations? a)Powers are equally distributed among central, provincial, and state Governments. b)Both State and Central Governments have equal power c)State Governments are more powerful than the State Governments. d)Central Governments are more powerful than the State Governments.

Answer:

The correct answer is option (d) – Central Governments are more powerful than the State Governments.

  • India, Belgium, and Spain are examples of “Holding Together” federations.
  • In the holding together type of federation unequal powers are given to different constituent units of the federation. 
  • Some constituent units are given special powers. In the “Coming Together” federation, all the States have equal powers.
  • In the Holding Together federations a large country divides its powers between the National Government and the Constituent states.

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