Sentences with «judiciary»

« Turkey, one of the region's most venerable democracies since its founding as a modern state after World War I, has seen its president Recep Tayyip Erdo#287;an consistently assert greater authority over the press and judiciary. »
« In a dictatorship there is no real division of powers - although the judiciary is formally maintained - and the activity of political parties is suspended. The right to vote, to elect representatives, is annulled. »
« The modern state is characterised by the division of powers: the legislature, the executive and the judiciary. The function of this separation of powers is to prevent the concentration of power, especially in the hands of the executive, which could turn government into a dictatorship. »

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