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Figure 5.1 The Separation of Powers as Kinds and Branches. Source
Figure 5.1 The Separation of Powers as Kinds and Branches. Source
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The Principle of the Separation of Powers
Within the relational conception of the separation of powers, the executive is defined as a branch that combines political authority and political power but excludes social power. First, political authority is, as was argued, in some ways closer to the legislative and the judiciary than the executive. The legislative has the exclusive...
Zoltán Balázs
LEXINGTON BOOKS
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