The Kerala Government is chosen by regular polls held in the state. This allows for the direct representatives of the people to be part of the legislature. Thus it is to the popular opinion that the process of law making is subservient. The ideal of universal suffrage allows every adult and capable citizen of the state to cast a vote in favor of his /her preferred candidate.
In India political parties have been formed to protect the interests of various factions of people subscribing to various religions, communities, social, cultural, economic and political ideologies. To ensure that no group goes unrepresented in the legislative process, different political parties have been formed and are registered with the Election Commission.
A party that is recognized in 4 or more states is called a national party and that which is localized to 3 or less states is called a state party. The election commission assigns symbols to represent these parties. The national parties have permanent symbols.
Together they constitute the executive of the government. Currently in Kerala, there is a coalition (LDF) of various parties that rules the state and the Chief Minister, Mr. V.S. Achuthanandan belongs to CPI(M) The Opposition consists of the Congress I led (UDF) .
Maps Of India brings you a list of the National Parties of Kerala which have made their presence felt on a national basis. These parties try to build up a national character and assimilate the experiences and agendas. Also Maps Of India brings you a guide through the State Parties of Kerala which lend support to the regional interests of the state.
Last Updated on : 12/31/2012