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Question 1.
Which one of the following statements is correct regarding ‘sectional interest groups’?
(a) They promote collective rather than selective good.
(b) Their principal concern is betterment and well-being of their members, not society in general.
(c) They aim to help groups other than their own members.
(d) They do not seek to promote the interest of a particular section or group of society.Answer

Question 2.
What was the main reason of Bolivia’s Water War? Choose the most appropriate answer from the following:
(a) Privatisation of water supply
(b) Irregular water supply
(c) Supply of poor quality water
(d) An increase in water price by four times.Answer

Question 3.
Which one of the following political parties came to power in Bolivia in 2006?
(a) The Communist Party
(b) The Republican Party
(c) The Socialist Party
(d) The Conservative PartyAnswer

Question 4.
Which one of the following was the main aim to start movement on April 2006, in Nepal?
(a) To control over government
(b) To snatch power from the king
(c) To restore democracy
(d) To dethrone the kingAnswer

Question 5.
Which of the following is not a movement?
(a) Narmada Bachao Andolan
(b) Women’s Movement
(c) Struggle in Nepal
(d) All India Trade Union CongressAnswer

Question 6.
In 2006 the party that came to power in Bolivia was
(a) SPA —Seven Party Alliance
(b) Socialist Party
(c) Communist Party
(d) Nationalist PartyAnswer

Question 7.
People’s struggle in Bolivia was
(a) to establish democracy
(b) about foundation of country’s politics
(c) against privatisation of water
(d) against privatisation of electricityAnswer

Question 8.
Nepal witnessed an extraordinary popular movement in
(a) April 1990
(b) February 2005
(c) April 2006
(d) April 2004Answer

Question 9.
Pressure groups and movements have deepened democracy by
(a) putting pressure on the public
(b) countering undue influence of the government
(c) non-accommodation of conflicting interests
(d) controlling and sharing political powerAnswer

Question 10.
In most cases the relationship between political parties and interest groups is
(a) direct
(b) not opposed to each other
(c) in dialogue and negotiation
(d) opposed yet in dialogueAnswer

Question 11.
Which of these is one of the agencies of organised politics?
(a) Political parties
(b) Pressure groups
(c) Movement groups
(d) All of the aboveAnswer

Question 12.
Which one of the following is not true about the pressure groups?
(a) They are directly engaged in party politics
(b) They take a political stance
(c) They organise protests
(d) They try to gain public supportAnswer

Question 13.
Who won Bolivia’s water war?
(a) People
(b) Government
(c) MNC
(d) None of the aboveAnswer

Question 14.
Which financial agency/organisation pressurised the government to give up its control of municipal water supply?
(a) International Monetary Fund
(b) World Bank
(c) Central Bank of Bolivia
(d) None of theseAnswer

Question 15.
When did King Gyanendra dismiss the then prime minister and dissolve the Parliament?
(a) In February 2005
(b) In February 2006
(c) In March 2006
(d) In April 2006

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