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Thursday, 22 November 2018

The vacancy in the office of the President must be filled within

  By GK Planet Team       Thursday, 22 November 2018
Q. The vacancy in the office of the President must be filled within
  1. One year
  2. Six months
  3. Four months
  4. Three months
Answer: Six Months

  • The maximum duration for which the president's office can remain vacant is Six Months
  • The vacancy of the office of the vice president must be filled within how many months: As soon as possible.
  • The vacant post of the president is to be filled up within Six Month

Time of election of the President of India

Article 56(1) of the constitution provides that the president shall hold office for a term of five years from the date on which he enters upon his office. According to Article 62, an election to fill a vacancy caused by the expiration of the term of office of President shall be completed before the expiration of the term. An election to fill a vacancy in the office of President occurring by reason of his death, resignation or removal, or otherwise shall be held as soon as possible after, and in no case later than six months from, the date of occurrence of the vacancy; and the person elected to fill the vacancy shall, subject to the provisions of Article 56, be entitled to hold office for the full term of five years from the date on which he enters upon his office. To meet the contingency of an election to the office of President not being completed in time due to unforeseen circumstances like countermanding of election due to death of a candidate or on account of postponement of the poll for any valid reason, Article 56(1)(c) provides that the president shall, notwithstanding the expiration of his term, continue to hold office until his successor enters upon his office.

Article 56 {Term of office of President}

  1. The President shall hold office for a term of five years from the date on which he enters upon his office: Provided that -
    1. the President may, by writing under his hand addressed to the Vice-President, resign his office;
    2. the President may, for violation of the Constitution, be removed from office by impeachment in the manner provided in article 61.
    3. the President shall, notwithstanding the expiration of his term, continue to hold office until his successor enters upon his office.
  2. Any resignation addressed to the Vice-President under clause (a) of the proviso to clause (1) shall forthwith be communicated by him to the Speaker of the House of the People.

Article 62 {Time of holding election to fill vacancy in the office of president and the term of office or person elected to fill casual vacancy}

  1. An election to fill a vacancy caused by the expiration of the term of office of President shall be completed before the expiration of the term.
  2. An election to fill a vacancy in the office of President occurring by reason of his death, resignation or removal, or otherwise shall be held as soon as possible after, and in no case later than six months from, the date of occurrence of the vacancy; and the person elected to fill the vacancy shall, subject to the provisions of article 56, be entitled to hold office for the full term of five years from the date on which he enters upon his office.
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