|Parliament, the Judiciary and the Executive are the three key arms of
the state, with well-defined spheres of authority under the
Constitution. Parliament represents the law making arm, the Executive is
responsible for enforcement of laws, and the Judiciary is in charge of
interpretation of the Constitution and laws as well as dispute
resolution. In this note, we examine how the relationship between Parliament and the Judiciary has evolved over the years.
Parliament and the Judiciary (1051 KB)