1. Which of the following features restrict the authority of Parliament in India:1. A written Constitution clearly prescribes its scope of operation. 2. The Supreme Court can strike down a law passed by Parliament if it contravenes any of the Constitutional provisions. 3. Parliament is limited by the incorportation of the Fundamental Rights in the Constitution.?





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