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If students wish to change their answers after discussing with their partner, they should feel free to do so. 'մ�=�l� �9_� Y@r/H�A�$-7���Ҹ�E�j�D~�#d$vh�ŷ���� �����6�\ә�DOB�a3q��2I�Cm��=c�Q�+*-| hű�0�9��g Ȭ0�7I�i8�I�Fw�� %PDF-1.4 %���� The separation of powers is a constitutional principle introduced to ensure that the three major institutions of the state namely; the legislative, the executive and the judiciary are not concentrated in any single body whether in functions, personnel or powers. 11. Parliament makes the law, the executive implements the law while the judiciary interprets the law. These are the Legislature, the Executive and the Judiciary. Separation of Powers Post-visit worksheets for students Please answer questions on a separate piece of paper. 0000000016 00000 n The principle of separation of powers as it is known today was propounded by Montesquieu who derived his inspiration from Locke’s writings and the study of the eighteenth century English constitution. }b�w�v�B5(؆.��]'��[Co�^���J rPF������Z#LUr�}�����iAT���"���$l�MҨ��L��@$W��l�o�2�_�W�N�R6yhlfڼ2��2]G[���s� ^�E[�$fGb��v�Ja��O�TÞ[�g_&� Rrz5�1*-����Οz�Y�� 0000011280 00000 n THEORY OR PRINCIPLE OF SEPARATION OFPOWERS AND THE CONCEPT OF CHECKS ANDBALANCESBY- UDISHA SINGHROLL NO- R450211108SAP ID-500017350 2. %��1.8����g��T�f�:�/X�=���G�8��-��A�N_IЦ��7����'zs��! Total is out of 34. endobj <> the constitutional requirements for separation of powers. PRINCIPLE 3: SEPARATION OF POWERS The Separation of Powers in the Constitution divides the institutions of government into three groups. One of the key traits of tyranny is the consolidation of legislative, executive, and judicial power in one place. p*�Cc��ĚN�6T�L3ʪX�/t�z~fag��3:2.X��~FU�����U�a�I�ˊƘ���şv[�:������j@<=��TX �A&zW,[�)� G����T-�6i��B��Qp��N9c��Te��6������hIe�����F�/��1�C��|�#�l_�:_��(��Slh���sY= z��B������=O�Z�&4����o l(naC>��T��29�]-(���a�I�r%� �&|>����q��T��0�jsl����R1�n5�V�U�)���͢`��*� Q'��"ߝ���b�5���u>�p{���9Af^6@�a��5O��/3��I�"�C�#H�;���} CONSTITUTIONAL PRINCIPLE OF SEPERATION OF POWER In the present 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, separation of powers is a fundamental constitutional principle. ݓs~ {p�Y���I�m�3�so��|����s3x���k�;���z�01_�q,�c�0 t�۵�W^�?1���K|��&Om:�dl��Q� �汸�Q��D�u�����-��R�ڻ�;��E�/�U��@Y�9������Y���1f�J��%"�X%��C����h�7�(�}d#Mc�cո՚8��u�s� Q�^S��KRV��[��B����G�e���n�s����h}�������ϔ��� ������cy:+�R��Nl���=�X ��.���d�c^3Gk�;�53�#�`�S�����x�hx8/OU��ێ$ۭ�/��F��U�+����.�z�%����w�\�s�dRYm2O�I���&]u?/J V�N^�l��Y\����D9O$��)S��T��3��[ �CM����+th:�^��m&?N[�x��h������?zs4� �q� ~�f�!���n�s4SϤ��3���9i��M�Y��B���17ܶyݦs��К��Ni�|���5eJ�zX��ɫD�rn�;�{�\��7nz5�]�.��5~���ּ_'ìw=Y���g�T�͟��T ��$�{}32�ޛ�%�C��ꮔ��ۜ�$�Y�X��U!�z��7`�Bg��t�� S��x?�Ǭ�dEʆ�@�ܰ�;k��˦ɛ:��#�^5U^�U�42����tEJ �OV����Zb�t 0000003998 00000 n The intent is to prevent the concentration of power and provide for checks and balances. 7 0 obj The Doctrine of Separation of Power is the forerunner to all the constitutions of the world, which came into existence since the days of the “Magna Carta”. <> Emilian CIONGARU* Abstract . ��9���܎J�X(��@���q���b�~��7wBNh��6��2U5}sK�����y����rE[�(�- 17 0 obj startxref Warm-up [15 minutes] A. endobj Learning Objective: The student will understand how the principles of the Constitution have been reflected in historical events. 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Origins and philosophical development of the Doctrine of Separation of Powers 3. The independence of the Judiciary as enshrined in the principle of separation of powers implies that the Judiciary should be independent of the two other Arms of … It envisages a fundamental separation of powers between legislator or lawmaker, on the one hand, and those who ‘execute’ or administer the laws, on the other. 0000002792 00000 n 1 0 obj The doctrine of the separation of powers suggests that the principal institutions of state— executive, legislature and judiciary—should be divided in person and in function in order to safeguard liberties and guard against tyranny. Maraga said he would establish a quarterly round table where the President, Speaker and Chief Justice meet and deliberate issues of public interest.6 4 Christian Roschmann, Mr. Peter Wendoh & Mr. Steve Ogolla, ‗Human rights, Separation of Powers and 0000000751 00000 n �P|_������MsL�����\�.��Q TEKS: Texas History 7.13A, USH 8.15D, Government 6D . … "6 Let us recall the USA and France to show that the doctrine of the separation of powers has different meaning in different countries. "�?�a+iGZh"+M�$�5gprKݑ��X��H���?� |ب)��h$�6�D�i!��ֿhxo�M���.L�!E�� ���u�4n�vcjH�j���+� U����ǜ.�GĨ�8x�I��,��I(ƣ�d��'D�fl���]0���Jx��{Y��N��™&��8�h���$X�ݿ~}|`.6� W��}߸���34��P���t �]� ��K�V*�$遄��53�+8�u��~��$����Yg�zKx 12. 8 0 obj The principle of ensuring the legal bases of the State functioning is the fundamental principle of law which actually settles down the principle of separation of powers: legislative, executive and judicial power. 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However, at this initial stage, it needs to be appreci-ated that in considering this doctrine, we have moved from the discipline of law to that of political theory. 0000001726 00000 n <>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageB/ImageC/ImageI] >>/MediaBox[ 0 0 595.32 841.92] /Contents 4 0 R/Group<>/Tabs/S/StructParents 0>> <>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageB/ImageC/ImageI] >>/MediaBox[ 0 0 595.32 841.92] /Contents 17 0 R/Group<>/Tabs/S/StructParents 1>> 0000002948 00000 n %PDF-1.5 9 0 obj %���� 3 0 obj 0000002248 00000 n 0000011177 00000 n Separation of Power vs Tyranny Tyranny is defined as the unjust and unrestrained use and abuse of government power. �'����SG��:�ӻ�]:;/U�Ts�.�u*)�Ҵ��t��$qTϕ{�����b܎��Wnju:���t���[V�3��cl 6��ݹ�GZ5���X"1L� �7��қ�S�7���q����t��vݬ�F��b6�4~�e0�k�M��Ex�̒^����W���=X�cB«�������/���h"8�.��ړX.�W����g(�SRX�0���5��� �| Spirit of the Laws, Montesquieu distinguishes between the legislative power, the executive power and what he calls ‘the power of judging ’, … endobj <> For the sake of simplicity, this Article focuses on separation of powers abuses by the legis-lative branch." c�}B@��qU9醲����&V� ��iN�D��F ��[.v:�8� 0000003502 00000 n Part III analyzes specific separation of powers conflicts in the context of the principles set forth in Part II. INTRODUCTION• Government is the agency or the machinery through which the will of thestate is formulated ,expressed and realised.• endobj The legislature is better known as the Parliament, which debates and makes laws. Though Montesquieu was under the erroneous impression that the foundations of the British constitution lay in the principle of Separation of Power, it found its genesis in the American Constitution. 0000003961 00000 n The following aspects will be considered: 1. endobj The separation of powers, sometimes vaguely used interchangeably with the ‘Trias politica’ principle is a model for the governance of a state. What is the separation of powers? B. 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But this doctrine is quite subtle. 1 Muhammad Nor bin Abdurrahim LLB (Hons), LLB Shariah (Hons), Master of Comparative Laws (IIUM) Introduction Separation of powers has its significance in a constitution especially when it involves the discussion on concept of constitutionalism. 1 The doctrine of separation of powers, which is a fundamental and indispensable principle in attaining democracy by discouraging the concentration of power in one organ, and has been embraced by most countries as a political and now even legal principle in some areas, cannot be said to have been fully embraced and effected by the Zimbabwean Constitution. liberty and advocate new measures when this liberty is threatened. �u/HۘJ]��ԙ †���0G�“m��� endobj E. Munshya, LLB, LLM, MDIV. b����h��\�ݳ�Cn�$��68�t_�k��~�!/���-�1�Ff�l6�����3eF��f��5����3��2�;�������iz��zx��� 2��XK�D�ݓ�0��h/�2�au�l��,�f/ѷ-Eے�!4�ȗf�.PfPyیޮ�6[�dg,��G�� ���Į7 �7�? Congress, and courts are not fully consistent with separation of powers principles. <> The separation of powers is an approach to governing a state. The doctrine is rooted in a political philosophy that aims to keep power from consolidating in any single person or entity, and a key goal of the framers of the Constitution was to establish a governing system that diffused and divided power. stream When the idea of the rule of law is interpreted as a principle of constitutionalism, it assumes a division of governmental powers or functions that inhibits the exercise of arbitrary state power. ���EXU������5�t8k���Nd��5�8t���#V���|��྽u� {Π�M�w�?���~�qmr�ec녖s��t�9��_�{��s��t_�q��j���D�'���>xn|8����S�(!��_���̌dz�S�����h��˹x�|2��$$�/m��_����g���J� Q Separation of powers, therefore, refers to the division of government responsibilities into distinct branches to limit any one branch from exercising the core functions of another. 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