Django posted:Stormborn posted:
We are 8 months on since an NCV and in the annals of the Westminster type constitution.
Guyana 1980 Constitution is not wholly a Westminster Type.
There is a President the supreme executive authority, there are methods stated in the Constitutions for removal, not the botched amendments of Article 106 by inserting (6) and (7)
It is a a Westminster type. It is so defined by any scholarly commentary. No constitution on the planet are the same. Indian has a hybrid federal, parliamentary model as does Canada. We are more like most commonwealth type, unicameral and majoritarian. We do not have a queen who is merely ceremonial. Like all Westminster models the prime minister is supreme.