Separation of powers
Catalogue no: 0701
Source/Credit line: Parliamentary Education Office (www.peo.gov.au)
This diagram illustrates the separation of powers in Australia.
The Judiciary has the power to make judgements on law.
The Parliament has the power to make and change law.
The Executive Government has the power to put law into action.
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