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In India, the members of Parliament or Vidhan Sabhas that belong to a particular political party are known as the Legislative Party. For example, the Congress Party's legislators are known as the Congress Legislative Party or CLP. Traditionally, the head of the majority Legislative Party in Parliament is chosen as Prime Minister, and that of the majority Legislative Party in a State, the Chief Minister.
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