The Government Of Sikkim Also Known As The State Government Of Sikkim, Or Locally As State Government, Is The Supreme Governing Authority Of The Indian State Of Sikkim And Its 4 Districts. It Consists Of An Eexecutive, Led By The Governor Of Sikkim, A Judiciary And A Legislative. Like Other States In India, The Head Of State Of Sikkim Is The Governor, Appointed By The President Of India On The Advice Of The Central Government. His Or Her Post Is Largely Ceremonial. The Chief Minister Is The Head Of Government And Is Vested With The Bulk Of The Executive Powers. Gangtok Is The Capital Of Sikkim, And Houses The Vidhan Sabha (Legislative Assembly) And The Secretariat. The Sikkim High Court Is Located In Gangtok, Which Has Jurisdiction Over The State.

The Present Legislative Assembly Of Sikkim Is Unicameral, Consisting Of 32 Member Of The Legislative Assembly (M.L.A). Its Term Is 5 Years, Unless Sooner Dissolved.

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