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Separation of power in Australian law

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  1. Separation of powers
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Principally, it refers to constitution principle and ideology that offers check and balances to any power vested in any institution or person. Governmental authorities are divided into different branches for example, there is legislative arm that comprises of senate and parliament, executive consisting of cabinet, prime minister, and or the president, and finally judicially that consists of judges and chief justice (Aroney 2008, p. 435). Each of the following three branches are mandated to undertake specific tasks, for example, legislature engages in law making process, executive operationalizes the laws and judicially involves in law interpretation.

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