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Introduction

Power sharing is a term used to describe a system of governance in which all major segments of society are provided a permanent share of power. Power sharing involves a wide array of political arrangements -- usually embodied in constitutional terms -- in which the principal elements of society are guaranteed a place, and influence, in governance.

In a democracy all power does not rest with any one organ of the state, it is shared among the legislature, executive and judiciary.


 




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