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  1. Introduction
  2. The the tyranny of single major power
  3. The legislature and judiciary
  4. The judicial body
  5. A balance of individual rights and freedoms
  6. Conclusion

One of the great barriers to the development of a Democratic government, which is just, serves and protects its people, is the development of independent and totally sufficient judicial system. If the Democraticy is ought to, truly serve people and be ruled by the people, then it will indeed have a complex judicial system. System in which all the rules and regulations created by the legislative body, to serve the people, are checked and double checked by judicial body.

[...] Developing the court systems One of the great barriers to the development of a Democratic government, which is just, serves and protects its people, is the development of independent and totally sufficient judicial system. If the Democraticy is ought to, truly serve people and be ruled by the people, then it will indeed have a complex judicial system. System in which all the rules and regulations created by the legislative body, to serve the people, are checked and double checked by judicial body. [...]


[...] It may truly be said to have neither FORCE nor WILL, but merely judgment; and must ultimately depend upon the aid of the executive arm even for the efficacy of its judgments.? (The Federalist Papers Alexander Hamilton) It should have no power to neither create nor enforce the law; however, it most certainly must have the power to render this law unconstitutional or constructional. I agree, that there is no liberty, if the power of judging be not separated from the legislative and executive powers.? (Idem, page 181) If this law was created to serve one evil man in government or an evil majority party or in any other way to corrupt democracy or freedoms for which, this Democratic government was created, then it is the duty of the judicial body to render this law unconstitutional. [...]

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