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.