How Does The Constitution Provides For A System Of Separation Of Powers And Checks And Balances?


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The separation of powers have to do with the writers of the constitution's concern for making one person the most powerful in the new government. There are three branches of government, legislative, executive and judiciary. Each branch has a specific function. No branch is allowed to exercise the powers of the other branches or interfere in the way the other branches exercise their powers.

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