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Government (OBJ And ESSAY) Waec GCE 2016 Free Expo Answers






Government (OBJ And ESSAY) Waec GCE 2016 Free Expo Answers

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Tuesday, 20th September, 2016
Government (Essay& Objective) 2-5.00pm
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GOVERNMENT OBJ:
1-10: CACDBDADBB
11-20: DBBCABAAAA
21-30: ACAABADDCD
31-40: BABAADACCA
41-50: CCCDCBCABD
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1a
Delegated legislation is the term usually applied to rules and standards that a legislative body has not gone to the trouble of writing itself, but has left to an administrative bureaucracy to work out on its own. Strictly speaking, as the State of Wisconsin explains in its own primer on the subject, states with a separation of powers cannot delegate lawmaking away from the legislature. Nevertheless, the doctrine persists in law.

1b)-To give room for flexibility
-To conform to local needs
-To bring government closer to the people
-To use in the period of state of emergency
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2a. Judicial review is a process under which executive and (in some countries) legislative actions are subject to review by the judiciary.
2b. 1. The independence of the judiciary shall be guaranteed by the State and enshrined in the Constitution or the law of the country.
2. The judiciary shall decide matters before them impartially, on the basis of facts and in accordance with the law, without any restrictions, improper influences, inducements, pressures, threats or interferences, direct or indirect, from any quarter or for any reason.
3. The judiciary shall have jurisdiction over all issues of a judicial nature and shall have exclusive authority to decide whether an issue submitted for its decision is within its competence as defined by law.
4. There shall not be any inappropriate or unwarranted interference with the judicial process, nor shall judicial decisions by the courts be subject to revision
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3a)Monarchy form of government is a system of government where the king or queen rules.This system of government is hereditory in nature

3b
monarchy:mornacy is a system of government where the king or queen rules.This system of Government is hereditary in nature

- - - 3B
Forms of Monarchy:
I)Absolute Monarchy:This is where the power of the king or queen is unlimited
Ii)constitutional monarchy:This is where the power of the king or queen is limited.The king or queen is not above the law.
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6a)It is a policy which was usually forced upon indigenous peoples to change them into their European or European-American counterparts. White people felt that natives needed to be civilized according to to their values and they also felt that natives could not assimilate into white cultures unless they acted like they were white.

b)
-it required total rejection of African culture
-emergency of nationalist movement
-ambition of slave trade
-alienation of the elite



9a)
concurrent list this is the power excercised by the federal government and component unit

9b)
i)difference in culture
ii)expansive to manage
iii)it breeds section conciousness
iv)uncessary duplication of organ of government
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10)
Achievement of common wealth to Nigeria:
a)it exerts pressure on member states to respect human rights.Nigeria was suspended from the organisation in 1995 for human rights violation. It was readmitted in May 1999
B)It sometimes provides assistance to victims of war and natural disasters
C)It fosters co-operation in areas of sports and cultural exchange programmes among member nations
D)it meets periodically to review relationships between member states



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GOVERNMENT OBJ:
1-10: CACDBDADBB
11-20: DBBCABAAAA
21-30: ACAABADDCD
31-40: BABAADACCA
41-50: CCCDCBCABD
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