Why we have separation of powers

It seems many people today are unaware of history or why separation of powers is so critical to a democratic society. This little video offers a refresher.

Political power is divided in a democracy in order to prevent abuse of power by a single person or party. That is the so-called “separation of powers.” In case you ever wondered what the meanings of executive (government and public administration) legislative (law) and judicial (court rulings) are, we will clarify you on this!  Here is a direct video link.

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