FREE CHOCKS!!! NECO 2015 GOVERNMENT PAPER I & II (obj & Essay) ANSWERS




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NECO Exam
Tuesday, 16th June, 2015
GOVERNMENT (Obj & Essay)
10:00am – 12:40pm
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Verified GOVERNMENT Obj
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1-10: CBDDBDCCED
11-20: DDCBCACCDE
21-30: ADCBABEDCC
31-40: DCEDBBACBD
41-50: CCBAECCACD
51-60: AAAABADBDE

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NECO GOVERNMENT 2015 ANSWERS ESSAY
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(2)

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(3)
(3a) Communism like socialism refer to the economic and political theory which emphasises state ownership and control of means of production, distribution and exchange. The theory of (Communism) was outlined in a book called the Communist Manifesto and published in 1848 by a German Scholar, Karlmarx.
(3b) Relationship between Socialism and Communism;
i) Socialism emphasised peaceful and gradual democratic transformation of the society, while Communism advocates a social revolution to destroy the existing capitalist economic and political institutions.
ii) Socialism is pragmatic, attainable and realisable in society while Communism is idealistic and utopian.
iii) Both Socialism and Communism advocate economic equality and social justice for all citizens.
iv) Both theories uphold the principle of state control of the means of production, distribution anf exchange.

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(4)
The followings are essential for the existence of a democratic system;
i) The existence of an impartial and independent judiciary to protect the fundamental human rights of individual and groups.
ii) The existence of an efficient, good and acceptable leadership to the majority of the people.
iii) The willingness and common desire among the generality of the people to uphold democratic ideals such as accountability and constitutionality.
iv) Respect for the principle of rule of law which include; equality of all before the law, impartiality and respect for fundamental human rights.

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(5)
The Following are the Features of Nigerian Federalism;
i) The Constitutions of Nigeria from the lyttleton constitution of 1954 to the 1989 Republican Constitution have been written and rigid constitutions- The amendment procedures of which would be complicated and rigorous.
ii) The constitution have been dividing powers between the federal government and the component units formely called regions and now states and local government.
iii) In all the Constitution, the central government has been supreme with exclusive powers on many subjects and final authority on some others.
iv) There has been the existence of a multi-party system except the 1989 constitution that stipulated at two-party system.
v) There has been a bicameral legislature of one form or another.

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(6)
i)Since the restoration of democratic rule in 1999, the Assembly has been said to be a “learning process”
that has witnessed the election and
removal of several Presidents of the
Senate, allegations of corruption, slow passage of private member’s bills and the
creation of ineffective committees to
satisfy numerous interests.
ii)The Senate has the unique power of
impeachment of judges and other high officials of the executive including the
Federal Auditor-General and the members of the electoral and revenue
commissions. This power is, however,
subject to prior request by the President.
The Senate also confirms the President’s
nomination of senior diplomats, members of the federal cabinet, federal judicial appointments and independent federal
commissions.
iii)Before any bill may become law, it must
be agreed to by both the House and the
Senate, and receive the President’s
assent. Should the President delay or
refuse assent (veto) the bill, the Assembly may pass the law by two-thirds of both chambers and overrule the
veto and the President’s consent will not
be required. The present Asse
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