Constitutional Separation of Powers and examples, homework help

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 evaluate the Concept of Constitutional Separation of Powers, between the Executive, Legislature and Judiciary. Give at least three examples of how each of the Branches function as check and balance on each other.

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Country: USA

1. Legislature: Makes law

checks on executive: can override Presidential vetoes, Power to declare war and Approval of replacement Vice President.

Checks on judiciary: Senate approves federal judges, Power to set jurisdiction of courts and Power to alter the size of the Supreme Court

2. Executive: Executes law

Checks on judiciary: Power to appoint judges and Pardon power

checks on legislature: Can force adjournment when both houses cannot agree on adjournment and Executive has veto power.

3. Judiciary.: Interprets law

checks on Executive: Chief Justice sits as President of the Senate during presidential impeachment.

Checks on Legislature: Electoral seats, such as senator are held on good behavior.

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