Separation of Powers between Legislature and Judiciary
The Supreme Court’s recent order staying the implementation of three farm laws, while appointing a four-member committee (one member, Bhupinder Singh Mann, has recused himself), to thrash out issues between agitating farmers and the Union government, has been criticised in some quarters.
In particular, many have questioned the suspension of action under the laws as such interim orders are extremely rare.
The court did not a
State Election Commission vs Andhra Pradesh Govt
SEC issues notification for the first phase Gram Panchayat polls in A.P. amidst raging legal battle
A.P. State Election Commissioner Nimmagadda Ramesh Kumar released the phase one Gram Panchayat elections notification in Vijayawada on January 23, 2021. | Photo Credit: Raju V.
The conflict between the A.P. government and the State Election Commission (SEC) over holding Gram Panchayat (GP) elections reached a flashpoint on Janu
The Supreme Court recently confirmed the constitutionality of the delegated law in the Centre's 2016 demonetization decision by a majority ruling.
What exactly is Delegated Legislation?
Because the Parliament cannot deal with every area of the governance system on its own, certain functions are delegated to the bodies created by legislation. This delegation is documented in statutes, which are also known as delegated legislation.
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