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Introduction to the Separation of Powers
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If efficiency is the purpose of the separation of powers, the principle will need to be located within a broader account of the point of the state: It has been argued that whilst presidential systems are characterised by a separation of powers, parliamentary systems are characterised by their fusion
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  • If efficiency is the purpose of the separation of powers, the principle will need to be located within a broader account of the point of the state:
  • It has been argued that whilst presidential systems are characterised by a separation of powers, parliamentary systems are characterised by their fusion.
  • he requirement that the separation of powers include an elected legislature presupposes that the state should be committed to democracy,
  • the executive include officials who are capable of accomplishing the policies of the state presupposes that we have reason to want the state to secure its policy goals

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