The presidential system is a type of democratic government that could benefit much of mankind. It has a unique way of balancing powers so that governments can be strong but not autocratic. This helps alleviate many problems associated with poor governance and corruption. And unless governance is improved, all other efforts toward nation building go to waste.
The presidential form of government was invented by the founders of the United States of America as a remedy for the British parliamentary system. The U.S. system is simple yet it’s not fully understood. Other nations have often adopted it in name only. This website is aimed at publishing credible information about this form of government so it’s more fully understood. Our current focus is on the presidential system’s suitability for modern India.
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Bhanu Dhamija is the Founder and CMD of the Divya Himachal Group, publisher of leading newspapers in the state of Himachal in India. Earlier, he was the CEO of a publishing company based in New York City. He is a graduate of Punjab University and an MBA from Stern School of Business, New York University.
Dhamija is the author of Why India Needs the Presidential System (Harper Collins India), and its Hindi version भारत में राष्ट्रपति प्रणाली: कितनी जरूरी, कितनी बेहतर (प्रभात प्रकाशन). His work has also appeared in The Times of India, The Tribune, HuffPost, Scroll, The Quint, Swarajya, ThePrint, Firstpost, and Divya Himachal.