Difference Between Presidentialism and Parliamentarian Government

Difference Between Parliamentary and Presidential System of Government

Difference Between Parliamentary and Presidential System of Government

A presidential government is one in which there is an executive president,  with all executive powers and who combines the office of the of state and head of government while a parliamentary system of government, a clear distinction is made between the head of the state and the head of government. Here, the head of the state. King or Queen in Britain or President in India possesses nominal or titular authority whereas the real authority rests with the government of which the Prime Minister is the head.