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The principle of Separation of Powers: An Analytical Study

PP: 49- 61
Ali Mousa Aldada, Mahmoud Khalifa,
The Industrial Revolution led to the emergence of a social class demanding its right to participate in rule, instead of the absolute power of the ruler, and this social class is the class of owners of money, factories, and wealth (the bourgeois class) and their economic weight helped them in this and played the most important role in social life and politics. Most countries are now practicing the principle of separation between the three authorities: judicial, legislative, and executive, provided that each of the three authorities enjoys independence without interference from any authority in the work of the other authority, Hence, the study is based on the nature of the political system, addressing the principle of separation of powers, mentioning the reasons for the emergence of this principle, analyzing the critical visions raised about it, and researching the extent of the applicability of this chapter, through two axes, the first of which deals with the emergence of The principle of separation of powers and the criticisms and different visions raised around it. While the second axis includes models for the forms of the principle of separation of powers.

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