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Match List I with List II and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists: [2001]
A. Article 54
B. Article 75
C. Article 155
D. Article 164
List II (Content)
1. Election of the President of India
2. Appointment of the Prime Minister
3. Appointment of the Governor of a State
4. Appointment of the Chief Minister and Council of Ministers of a State
5. Composition of Legislative Assemblies
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