Law Legislature And Judiciary
In a democratic parliamentary system the Executive, Legislature and the Judiciary are organs from which expectations of social improvement and socio-economic justice are supposed to be no delusion. However, experience shows that organisation in the form of Government based on Law, Legislature and Judiciary is not always a guarantee against abuse of privileges, conflict of interests and confrontation of powers. In fact, the ignoble passions are sometimes in full blast; and gross short-sightedness of policy of political operators crystallize in distortion-distortions resulting in a quarrel with the sacrosanct Constitution, the supreme law of the land, the legislature losing its former lusture and its significant role, confrontation between the Legislature and the Judiciary and the Executive trying to circumvent even the law declared by the apex court. With voting scores, as the loadstar, having replaced national idealism and principled politics people are expectantly looking for judicial activism as the only immediately available protection. In fact, when the base of public policy and decisions are narrowed down there is no better system of protection than the excellence and efficiency of an independent, strong and impartial judicial system; for nothing more nearly touches the welfare and security of an average citizen than a feeling that he or she can rely on the judiciary. The book touches on some of these burning issues of the management of public affairs in our country?s democratic parliamentary system.
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