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SEPARATION OF POWERS AND CRONIES


Frank Clarke

Frank Clarke


THE MUCH-vaunted separation of powers between government ministers and the judiciary works along the following lines: the party or parties in power appoint their party associates to the bench, which is not a breach of the separation of powers principle. However, pointing out these political links in public debate is apparently a gross violation of... Read more »

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