Separation of Powers​​

Syed Umam Fatima Hasan and Mohd Faiz Khan
Integral University, Lucknow, India.

Volume IV, Issue I, 2021

Separation of power is often understood as a constitutional doctrine that separates government from private institutions responsible for performing different functions. According to this model, legal powers make laws, administrative powers enforce laws, and judicial powers interpret laws. Each branch in theory only performs its function, and the people who work within each branch should not work simultaneously in another branch. The main reason for the separation of powers between the private sector is to prevent any individual or group from excessive accumulation of power and tyranny. The topic of research is related to the concept of ‘Separation of power’. The researcher would like to highlight the concept of power separation and gradually reach the level of power distribution in United Kingdom and India After that the researcher would like to mention the Separation of power in India. It is very important in a democratic country that the effectiveness of government is to protect individual freedom and to avoid conflicts between the rule of law, administration and justice, the separation of powers by means of examination and evaluation is very necessary so that three members cannot escape. But in a strong sense it is not possible and balance and evaluation of the form is very possible which makes the dictatorship of the power of others because if one member gets these three powers in hand it turns completely and violent into human suffering in the country and the concept of democratic values and constitution will jeopardize. With the changing needs of the community it is important that the appropriate boundaries should be in the hands of the authorities, the judiciary and the computer system but not in a waterproof room.

Keywords:  Government, Legislative, Executive, Judiciary, Check and Balances