Questions tagged [separation-of-powers]

Questions relating to the separation of power when it comes to governing a state. A prime example is the trias politica which divides power between a legislature, an executive and a judiciary.

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How is judicial independence ensured for International Tribunals?

According to this article, Mladic's conviction by International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in The Hague found widespread international support. However, this opinion is not ...
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Are there well-known democracy ranking/evaluation systems that penalize the fusion of powers (between the executive and legislative)?

Basically, I want to ask how accepted is the idea that fusion of powers between the executive and legislative, present in the Westminster-inspired systems, implies a democratic deficit of some kind. (...
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What are different ways of allocating investigative power?

Background - The U.S. allocation of investigative power In the U.S. system of government, there are a variety of ways that a potential incident or public policy issue of concern can be investigated. ...
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Is there any other constitutional body represented in Autonomous Communities?

In Spain, Autonomous Communities (A.C.) Presidents hold a representation of/from the State (every power of the State, ultimately deriving from popular citizen vote) in the A.C.[reference TBMA on ...