Home Important MCQs General Knowledge MCQs on Political, Diplomatic and Constitutional terms

General Knowledge MCQs on Political, Diplomatic and Constitutional terms

14 min read
0
0
2

Solved General Knowledge MCQs on Political, Diplomatic and Constitutional terms for CSS, FPSC, PPSC and NTS

Here is the 2nd and final part of General Knowledge MCQs on Political, Diplomatic and Constitutional terms for NTS, PPSC, CSS and FPSC. This Quiz is prepared in the type of Objective type questions and posted here for Practice. MCQs are from Caravan General Knowledge Book.

Questions on Political, Diplomatic and Constitutional terms with answers

26. The term used for formal accusation and prosecution by a legislature against the Head of the State or high Public official for serious ‘ misconduct against the state or constitution is

(a) Appeasement
(b) Quislement
(c) Genocide
(d) impeachment

(d) impeachment

27. The term used for JegaI or judicial probe into the circumstances lead to the death of an individual

(a) Extradict
(b) Quisle
(c) inquest
(d) Exhibit

(c) inquest

28. The term Legation is used for

(a) Chamber of Chief Justice of Pakistan
(b) A diplomatic mission lower than the embassy
(c) Powers given by the Constitution to the President
(d) None of these

(b) A diplomatic mission lower than the embassy

29. The term ‘Lynching’ is used for:

(a) Law which made the trade of black slaves legal
(b) Law which deprived the Negro slave of all human rights
(c) The system of extra-legal Punishment inflicted on Negroes by whites in 18th Century in USA and England
(d) None of these

(c) The system of extra-legal Punishment inflicted on Negroes by whites in 18th Century in USA and England

30. The term Oligarchy means

(a) The rule of Feudal
(b) The rule 0f the few
(c) The rule of tyrants
(d) The rule at Democrats

(b) The rule 0f the few

31. Which term is used for the doctrine of elimination of war by individual and cone collective action

(a) Pessimism
(b) Pacifism
(c) Naxalism
(d) Syndicalism

(b) Pacifism

32. The term Persona non Grata is used for

(a) A person who assumes absolute powers and turn a tyrant
(b) A diplomatic envoy not welcomed in the host country
(c) A seniormost diplomat

(b) A diplomatic envoy not welcomed in the host country

33. The term ‘Plebiscite’ is used for

(a) Votes of the entire electorate on a distinct issue
(b) Votes of the party members for the presidential candidate
(c) Survey made by independent agencies just before the elections are held
(d) None of these

(a) Votes of the entire electorate on a distinct issue

34. The term ‘Plutocracy’ is used for

(a) A government run by a wealthy class of people
(b) A government run by people with dictatorial attitude
(c) A government run by a Fundamental class of people
(d) A government run by an intellectual class of people

(a) A government run by a wealthy class of people

35. The term ‘Prerogative’ is used for

(a) The exclusive right or privilege enjoyed by the president of the country
(b) The exclusive right or privilege enjoyed by a person or body
(c) The exclusive right or privilege enjoyed by the judiciary of a country
(d) The exclusive right or provided enjoyed by the police of a country

(b) The exclusive right or privilege enjoyed by a person or body

36. The term “Protectorate” is used for

(a) A dependent state which looks to another strong state for its protection
(b) A strong state which conducts the foreign relation of weaker state forcefully
(c) A departmental stamp which is put on the documents of great importance
(d) None of them

(a) A dependent state which looks to another strong state for its protection

37. The term ‘Protocol’ is used for

(a) Departmental rules
(b) Diplomatic etiquette
(c) Respect for the seniors
(d) None of them

(b) Diplomatic etiquette

38. The term ‘Quorum’ is used for

(a) A fixed minimum number of clients required to make a business viable
(b) A fixed minimum number of members whose presence is essential for proceeding
(c) A fixed minimum number of players whose presence is required for a game
(d) None of them

(b) A fixed minimum number of members whose presence is essential for proceeding

39. The term “Spoils System” is used for

(a) Allocate funds of the party to loyal members
(b) Allocate important offices to the loyal members of the party
(c) Accumulation of election funds form sponsors who benefit after the government is formed
(d) None of them

(b) Allocate important offices to the loyal members of the party

40. The term ‘Statute’ is used for

(a) The right of the parliament to amend the constitution of the country
(b) Presidential order to bring changes in the constitution
(c) Laws made by the parliament which are binding on all subjects of the country
(d) None of them

(c) Laws made by the parliament which are binding on all subjects of the country

41. The term ‘Suzerainty’ is used for

(a) Right of general control over a small state by aggression
(b) Right of general control over a semi-independent state
(c) Right of general control over a semi-independent state by the order of controlling country
(d) None of the them.

(b) Right of general control over a semi-independent state

42. The term ‘Totalitarianism’ is used for

(a) Total power concentrated in one group and no rival parties tolerated
(b) Total control of a smaller state against the wishes of people
(c) Merging a smaller state against the wishes of people of the smaller state
(d) None of them

(a) Total power concentrated in one group and no rival parties tolerated

43. The term ‘Troika’ is used for

(a) A Russian proposal to replace UN Secretary-General with a three nation executive-council
(b) A Russian proposal to reduce the five permanent members with three China, Russia and United States.
(c) A Russian proposal to form a separate group to combat USA and British aggressive foreign police.
(d) None of them

(a) A Russian proposal to replace UN Secretary-General with a three nation executive-council

44. The term “Unicameral” is used for

(a) The presidential system of government without public representatives
(b) A system in which all the powers are vested with Prime Minister
(c) A legislature having only one house
(d) None of them

(c) A legislature having only one house

45. The term “White Paper” is used for

(a) A detailed document issued by the opposition providing evidences of corruption made by the ruling party
(b) A detailed policy statement issued by a government with regard to a matter of considerable public importance
(c) A detailed report of opposition parties about the rigging done in the general elections by the ruling party
(d) None of them

(b) A detailed policy statement issued by a government with regard to a matter of considerable public importance

46. Handing over of criminals by one government to another of

(a) Genocide
(b) Extradition
(c) Impeachment
(d) Polycentrism

(b) Extradition

47. Aggressive patriotism with contempt towards other nations is called

(a) Anarchism
(b) Chauvinism
(c) Condominium
(d) Fascism

(b) Chauvinism

48. Which term is used to describe well-to-do businessmen, comes from the Japanese words meaning “Great Lord” or “Great Prince”?

(a) Business Magnate
(b) Samurai
(c) Shogun
(d) Tycoon

(d) Tycoon

49. Fifth column refers to ________

(a) Hogo pillar
(b) Long writing
(c) Loyalty
(d) Treachery

(d) Treachery

If you find any mistake inform us in the Comment box. The counting of this Quiz on Political Terms, Diplomatic Terms and Constitutional Terms is starting from 26. For previous 25 Questions Click here.

Load More Related Articles
Load More By admin
Load More In Important MCQs

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Check Also

Solved MCQs on Political, Constitutional and Diplomatic Terms

Solved MCQs on Political, Constitutional and Diplomatic Terms for NTS, PPSC, CSS and FPSC …