An Insight of Executive-Legislature Relations in Bangladesh

Jannatul Ferdous


Legislative, executive, and judiciary: the three separate branches of government that is shared between. Each branch is independent of a separate function, and cannot usurp the functions of the other branches. However, branches are interrelated. They work together with each other, and also inhibit each other from endeavoring to adopt excessively ample supremacy.
This correlation is entitled as the principle of “checks and balances,” wherever the tasks of one branch assist to encompass and adjust the influence of the other. The framers of the constitution pursue to shield the country in contradiction of autocracy by this instrument. A deeper inspection of the Bangladesh constitution’s provisions shall make clear understanding that, in a real sense, the principle of “check and balance” devises been overlooked in the constitution. This, in its current form, only confirms the “ascendancy” in its place of “check and balance” of the executive control over the legislature.

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