The Legislative Role of the Executive Authority (Comparative Study)
Journal of college of Law for Legal and Political Sciences,
2019, Volume 8, Issue issue 29 part 1, Pages 186-210
AbstractThis study is entitled: The Legislative Role of the Executive Authority, Comparative Study.The study dealt with the role of the executive branch in the legislative process since the birth of the draft law and the issuance of a bill of laws, ratification and objection to issuing them, in addition to issuing them under a legislative mandate and temporary decrees.The study focused on the legislative role of the executive authority. This role has an impact on the legislative process in general and the conflicts highlighted by this role with the legislative authority.The study used descriptive, analytical and comparative methods to describe and analyze the texts that the constitutional legislator mentioned on the legislative role of the executive authority in the Sudanese constitution, in addition to comparison with comparative systems.This study aims to identify the basis of the legislative role of the executive authority and the limits of this role.The study concluded that the prescribed period of legislative authority in the constitutions helped to raise the legislative role of the executive branch.The study recommended that the constitutions should be written for a long period of time for the legislative authority to limit the exclusive power of the executive branch to the narrowest extent.
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