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I think there's got to be that division of powers.
After this, the original division of powers is put back.
Which document established the division of powers between the states and the federal government?
The commission was created to reform the division of powers between federal and state authorities.
More than anyone else on the Court at the time, he supported the provinces in the division of powers.
There are three approaches to challenging a law on the division of powers.
"It makes one wonder how far the division of powers really extends," she said.
There was a slightly different division of powers between county and district councils, however.
The division of powers between president and parliament needs to be clarified.
Our democratic system is, by the division of powers intrinsic to its structure, a public spectacle.
I see this as running counter to Montesquieu's division of powers.
Australia is a constitutional monarchy with a federal division of powers.
The existing division of powers was abolished and a central authority created.
Division of powers into appropriate executive, legislative, and judicial branches.
"There will be nothing left but words about the principle of the division of powers," he said.
There is no division of powers, and no independent judiciary power.
Due to the division of powers in Australia's constitution, the bill needed the support of the states.
The division of powers, a fundamental idea in liberal thinking, is the core of the political system.
Canadian energy policy reflects the constitutional division of powers between the federal government and the provincial governments.
In most positions the "division of powers" theory works unmitigated mischief.
It is fortunate that democracy is founded on the division of powers.
Otherwise, she agreed with the majority decision with respect to the issues relating to the division of powers.
This explains the division of powers that the constitution made after the first administration by a law of January 30, 1938.
The notwithstanding clause can only be used to make exceptions to the Charter; it cannot change the federal division of powers.
Finally, all parties had to agree on the division of powers between territorial, regional and local levels of government.
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